Week 5 - Tale of Two Resumés
Having two résumés … that doesn’t seem necessary, but it absolutely is to get that next best career job. And each is equally important.
The oral résumé is used to super-charge your interviews and it engages more networking help than any other thing you can use. It has a simple structure, but packs a powerful punch.
The written résumé can be developed using several different styles, but the résumés having success have a few things in common and stand head and shoulders above the competition.
Learn the steps to develop both of these résumés so you have a dynamite one-two knockout punch!
- How do employers screen résumés?
- What if one’s written résumé is longer than two pages?
- How are cover letters developed for each résumé?
- Why would you need an oral résumé if you have a good written résumé?
Listen to Suggeseted MP3 Audio Sessions:
CD Series (8 CD Set): Finding a Job God's Way
“For God will bring every deed into judgment, including every hidden thing, whether it is good or evil.” Ecclesiastes 12:14
“As for the other events of Solomon’s reign – all he did and the wisdom he displayed – are they not written in the book of the annals of Solomon?” 1 Kings 11:1
CAREERSOLUTIONS Job Fairs
Meet Face-to-Face with your Next Employer!
Top employers come together at the CAREERSOLUTIONS Job Fairs to RECRUIT qualified candidates... and you can be one of them! Participating employers range from Fortune 500 companies to the nation's fastest growing local businesses!
Positions available in Sales, Health Care, Technology, Finance, Management, Government, Retail, Law Enforcement, Administration, Customer Service & more!
Job Fair Tips
Job Fair success lies in effective preparation and communication. Make sure to research the employers you want to visit: learn about them, the positions they're looking to fill, and what type of candidates they're looking for. David has put together a handful of Job Fair tips below...
- Arrive with a Target Job & Positive Attitude
- Bring at Least 20 Copies of your Resume
- Do your Research
- Get your Interviewer's Business Card