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Subject:  Writing a resume that generates results
From:  JobSeeker Weekly <newsletter@jobseekerweekly.com>
Date:  Mon, 14 Apr 2008 20:48:45 -0700

A Scam Email with the Subject "Writing a resume that generates results" was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Mon, 14 Apr 2008 20:48:45 -0700 and has been classified as a Generic Scam. The sender was JobSeeker Weekly <newsletter@jobseekerweekly.com>, although it may have been spoofed.

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Current Issue: April 14, 2008
Writing a resume that generates results

Complimentary resume critique and evaluation

If you're not getting the interviews, perhaps your resume isn't doing you justice. To find out if that's the reason, JobSeeker Weekly has arranged for its subscribers to receive a complimentary resume critique and price quote from a certified professional resume writer. You'll find out what's right and what's wrong with your resume -- and more importantly, if it's actually preventing you from getting interviews.

While the critique is free and valuable, you'll also learn how a professional writer might successfully re-write your resume and refine your job search strategies, along with exactly what that would cost. It may be more reasonable than you think, especially when you consider the cost of unemployment. To receive your complimentary resume critique and price quote today, follow this link.

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Article: Writing a resume that generates results

Abridged: SureFire Resume Writing

Resume writing is something which just about everyone will need to do during some point in time. Whether you have success writing a resume or not, it is something that everyone will at least attempt.

With a little extra effort, you can create a resume that makes you stand out as a superior candidate for a job you are seeking. So, even if you face fierce competition, with a well written resume you should be invited to interview more often.

Unfortunately many don't realize that their present resume is probably much more inadequate than they realize. Here are a few basic principles of writing a highly effective resume.

Make no mistake. Make sure that you do not include any grammatical or spelling errors. These are one of the number one reasons that many resumes get thrown out as soon as they are looked at. In order to increase your chances of your resume being reviewed for more than a minute, you will want to make sure these errors do not exist.

Get personal with your cover letters. Keep in mind that you should always include a cover letter. This is one of the best ways for you to get as a personal as you can with your resume. It's also one of the best ways for you to make your resume stand out from all of the other ones which an employer receive.

Highlight your talents and skills. Make sure that you focus on all of the special skills and strengths that you have to offer. Both special skills and strengths play a major role in your chances of getting hired by any potential employer.

Do not overdo your resume. You do not need to include every single job that you have ever had on it. It's best to only include your most recent places of employment or the ones which are related to the career which you are applying for.

Be as accurate as you possibly can. Although you may think that lying or exaggerating will help get you the job position which you are interested in, the truth is that it will only do you the opposite by costing your job. It's important to make sure that even minor things, such as employment dates and contact information, are as accurate as possible.

If you follow all of these basic tips, you will be one step closer to writing the resume that will get you the most effective results. If you find that resume writing is not for you and would rather use your time networking, consider contacting a professional resume writing service to write it for you!

No matter what choice you make, the main key is understanding that your resume and how it's written is extremely important to your overall chances of getting an interview and landing a new job.


Get your resume on 80 job sites - quickly!

Over 1.5 million employers & recruiters search various career sites daily for job candidates. Why not let Resume Rabbit instantly post your resume to 80 top career sites? Within minutes you'll be seen on Monster, Job.com, CareerBuilder, HotJobs, Net-Temps, Dice & more. Resume Rabbit's quick & easy online form will save you over 60 hours of research and data entry.

You've got to get an interview to get a job. To do that you've got to put your resume in all the right places at all the right times. Now you can. Get a job fast with the oldest and largest service offering one-stop resume posting to 80 top career sites. To distribute your resume now, go to Resume Rabbit.


Complimentary resume critique and evaluation

If you're not getting the interviews, perhaps your resume isn't doing you justice. To find out if that's the reason, JobSeeker Weekly has arranged for its subscribers to receive a complimentary resume critique and price quote from a certified professional resume writer. You'll find out what's right and what's wrong with your resume -- and more importantly, if it's actually preventing you from getting interviews.

While the critique is free and valuable, you'll also learn how a professional writer might successfully re-write your resume and refine your job search strategies, along with exactly what that would cost. It may be more reasonable than you think, especially when you consider the cost of unemployment. To receive your complimentary resume critique and price quote today, follow this link.

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