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Help and FAQs - Resume Guide


  1. What is the Resume Guide and how do I use it?
  2. Who should use the Resume Guide?
  3. How can I find out more about writing a resume?
  4. What are related resources for the Resume Guide?


  1. What is the Resume Guide and how do I use it?
    The Resume Guide provides step-by-step information, tips, and examples to help you create a resume that will stand out in today's job market. Topics include Why You Need a Great Resume, Top Resume Strategies, Do Your Research, Writing Your Resume, Market Your Resume, Make the Most of the Internet, Sample Resume Walk-Through, More Sample Resumes, Get More Resume Help, and Resume FAQs. You'll find updated information on embedding keywords in your resume, posting your resume online, and using social networking sites to get your resume in the right hands.

  2. Who should use the Resume Guide?
    The Resume Guide was designed for jobseekers, students and others who want to create a resume.

  3. How can I find out more about writing a resume?
    The following free tools and resources will assist with creating a resume and using it online:
    • The Resume Guide is an online guide for creating a resume that will catch the attention of potential employers.
    • The Occupation Profile provides information about knowledge, skills, and abilities that you can use in your resume.
    • The Career Resource Library provides a wide array of resume-related information, including examples, tips, and guidelines.


  4. What are related resources for the Resume Guide?
    Use the Skills Profiler to identify skills to include on your resume. Check out related tools and resources in the Career Exploration tool. Find other resume-related resources in the Career Resource Library.


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