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On average, a potential employer will look at a resume for 15 seconds and then move on. You need to sell yourself in your resume to get the job. This NEEDS to be done tastefully and appropriately according to the job you are applying for. Take a look at the Resumes PowerPoint to start learning about resumes!  Resume Writing Tips 2.pptx



Click here to view an example of a good resume: Good Resume Hand out.pdf

Click here to view an example of a bad resume:  Bad Resume Hand out.pdf

Click here to view some high impact words to put on your resume:  High Impact Words.pdf

Click here for a fillable resume worksheet:   Resume Worksheet.docx

27 Common Resume Mistakes:








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