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Discover a few key tips for writing a resumé like how to use action words and how long your resumé should be.
A resumé master is a document that gathers all your skills, accomplishments, experience and training in one place making your future work search activities faster and easier.
Tailoring your resumé to fit each job you apply for increases your chances of getting an interview.
When you’re writing your resumé, use keywords to identify specific job requirements, including your skills, relevant credentials, previous positions and previous employers.
Action words are the specific, descriptive words you use to tell employers about your skills and accomplishments. Action words will help your application form, resumé and job interview stand out.
Use these checklists to make sure your resumé includes all your relevant information and presents your information clearly and professionally.
When you’ve finished writing, proofing and polishing your resumé, it’s time to decide which format to use when you send it to the employer.