I am ranked 9th out of over 14,000 resume writers here on Elance. I have been both a hiring executive and management recruiter.
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Here is a bit more about me:
I am an Aerospace Engineer
A Marketing Executive
A Hiring Executive
A Management Recruiter
I hold a Masters Degree in Engineering, and an MBA with a concentration in Marketing.
I have written resumes for Almost every job discipline
Entry Level Blue Collar personnel on the shop floor
Top Level Executives in the corner office
II have written resumes for clients...
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I have been an Engineer, a Salesman, a Marketing Executive, a Project Manager, a Hiring Executive and a Management Recruiter.
Critical Information You Need to Supply & Information You Need:
Your resume needs an Objective. An Objective is very important and always goes at the top. The Objective must be thought out very carefully. The Objective is the only place on the resume where you can talk about the future. We work together on this.
I will list your strengths based what you tell me and what I see in the documentation you provide me.
There are five critical keywords that must be on every resume, in one form or another. I integrate these into your strengths to make sure that they are on the resume. The five critical keywords often show up in other sections as well.
3) Accomplishments & Quantifiable Accomplishments:
Accomplishments and Quantifiable Accomplishments go here. The hiring manager wants to see what you can do for him. An example might make this clearer. You might say: "Provide guidance and leadership for associates to keep them motivated." How much better it would be if you could say "Provide guidance and leadership for 17 associates to keep them motivated which increased productivity 17% in the third quarter." The second statement is a Quantitative Accomplishment while the first is not.
Now, we NEVER lie on a resume. But no one will fault you for your best estimate or your best recollection. Go...
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