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A resume won’t get you a job. It is a tool to help get you an interview… if its good enough! Your resume needs to prove why you’re the best person for the job. Think of it as a brochure selling what makes you stand out from the crowd via your unique skills, experience and attributes.
Your resume must let an employer know what you can contribute to their organisation. It is also the first chance you get to make an impression on a potential employer. An employer will generally spend around 20-30 seconds initially reviewing each resume, so it critical that you get it right. Present your information in a clear, concise and persuasive way.
A range of sample resumes have been provided for you. Take a look at any that may be useful and feel free to use liberally from anything that will work for you such as formatting, template styles, wording, phrasing etc.
This site has provided a few pointers to help get your resume firing. This will assist you to include all the things you need to and none of the things you don't.
We walk you through a series of steps to help you make your resume first class.
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We highlight the different type of resumes to use and when to use them.
A range of sample resumes have been provided for you. Take a look at any that may be useful and feel free to steal shamelessly from anything that will work for you such as formatting, template styles, wording, phrasing etc.