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Can't remember when you last spent quality time with your resume? Avoiding an honest review of your relationship with your job search?
Kim Isaacs, a resume professional and the Monster.com resume expert, provides a few tips and some ideas to help you refresh your relationship with your resume and your job search, in this five-part series:
1. Start your job search with a new and improved resume Kim explains how to audit your resume with a few simple additions and cuts.
2. Why bother sending a resume? While the debate rages about the relevancy of the resume, Kim describes why keeping and sending a resume still has its advantages.
3. Are hard-copy resumes obsolete? Paper resumes have a place in the job search and Kim explains where they come in handy.
4. Is your resume lost in cyberspace? Do you keep sending electronic resumes without hearing back from potential employers? Kim explains how targeting and keywords might be the answer.
5. You need a shorter resume Kim says that paring down your resume to a career snapshot is the right thing to do.
And if a fresh look is what your resume needs, choose a new Word resume template. You can even find templates specific to your job function, including this Social Media Manager template.
The Monster EasySubmit add-in helps you send out a fresh new resume right from Word. Renew your job search and find your perfect match!
--Leslie H. Cole
It's always important to stay updated on new trends in job searching and improving your resume. This blog contains five key questions to consider.