Put yourself in the shoes of the HR professional who has fifty or maybe a hundred resumes to sift through today alone. With bleary eyes, he or she persists, longing for the one that makes a neat, strong, focused presentation.
A cover letter is a resume’s best friend. While many believe that a cover letter simply introduces a resume, it does much more. Cover letters allow you to talk about important experiences and skills and relate them to specific job
A résumé is a tool to get the employer’s attention. You need a well-written, up-to-date résumé to market yourself effectively. An attention-getting résumé is one that conveys your personal brand (learn more about personal branding here) — the unique combination