Diane C. Donovan
1110 Hay Street, Fayettesville, NC 28305
Three excellent new guides don’t just provide the usual coverage on how to write a resume–they provide industry-specific resume examples, industry-specific tips and cautions, and industry-specific winning strategies based on real-world resumes. The new, revised edition of Anne McKinney, MBA’s GOVERNMENT JOB APPLICATIONS AND FEDERAL RESUMES (1885288115, $25.00) presents actual tools used by real job hunters–including federal resumes, key forms, and postal applications. Details on how to complete the forms makes for a fine guide for any potential government worker. Her REAL-RESUMES FOR MEDICAL JOBS (188528814X, $16.95) isn’t as weighty, but it’s very specific to the medical industry, teaching a foundation of medical industry resume writing which is easy to tailor and customize to special needs. It’s easy to review these real resumes for style, format, and impact; while cover letters demonstrate how to support the resume with a hard-hitting summary. REAL-RESUMES FOR COMPUTER JOBS (1885288085, $16.95) gathers real resumes which gained computer jobs of all kinds. Since many technical types aren’t writers, this comes as a special gift: select a winning format, plug in your background specs, and away you go. It’s that easy–with REAL RESUMES in hand.
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