Resumes give you an opportunity to introduce yourself and begin telling your story to a future employer. A good resume will be a summary of who you are, where you’ve been and where you are headed. It is important to target your resume to your audience as directly as you can by incorporating what you’ve learned from career conversations, the job description, and research you have done.

We recommend you get an early start to give yourself four to six weeks to get your resume updated.

Getting Started

In these following three sections we will help you build your resume step by step with useful tips to maximize impact on your intended audience.

Resume Types

For more examples of resumes, you can browse through the resume books.

Finishing Touches

Now that you have built your resume here are some next steps to refine and target the content:

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