Resume Samples

April 27, 2010 at 11:55 pm 2 comments

I find one of the main challenges job seekers face when writing their own resume is their lack of knowledge of what an interview-winning resume looks like.

Because they have viewed their friends possibly quite attractive documents or been ‘shown how’ by the education facility they attended they believe they know just how a resume should be formatted and what type of information it should contain. To see a professionally written resume can be a real shock to many.

Should you decide to work with a professional resume writer, often viewing their samples can help you decide which writer you will choose to work with. Because of this, writers frequently have samples available on their web sites for you to view in a non-threatening way. To view my resume samples please visit my web site and follow the link –

If you have any questions at all, or would like me to give feedback on your current resume, please don’t hesitate to be in touch.

Here’s to writing powerful resumes – resumes that boost your interview success rate!

Beverley Neil

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  • 1. Ryan  |  September 9, 2010 at 10:16 pm

    I agree, the format of a resume is an important piece; but I believe the most important part is ensuring a resume tells a prospective employer how you meet the qualifications stated in a job posting. A good format will ensure your resume is looked at, but the content of the resume is what will give a person an interview.

    • 2. writepowerfulresumes  |  September 9, 2010 at 11:00 pm

      Hi Ryan – yes, I agree absolutely.
      Naturally, as with all blog posts that just look at a single aspect or a quick snippet, this post was only about the format, but please feel free to browse other posts or visit my site (though I blush to say I have very few articles there).
      Have a great day, Ryan, and thank you for posting.
      Warm regards, Beverley


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