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29 Apr 2011

When you start resume writing you should be better prepared to answer interview questions. Even if you plan on having someone write your resume, you should create an outline to provide them with or fill out their forms. Creating an outline or draft provides more focus and you should always be emphasizing the right skills.

Begin by listing your job background by employer, position, title, and the dates of employment. You can make use of this same outline for each job you seek. List the skills you obtained or employed at each employer such as communication, organizational, team skills etc. Write a description or a sentence for every skill you have and tell about how you have used that skill so that your employer have benefited from it. Be...