Saturday, January 20, 2007

Free E-Book, Insider's Guide to Resume Writing

Through my partnership with Career Hub, a career advice blog, I have contributed to a book on resume writing that is available for free. It's full of great writing tips and strategies from experts in the careers field.


  • Barbara,

    Good evening. I've had the opportunity to read the post on where I found reference to your blog and comments.

    Being myself a Latin American job seeker, I've learned that keeping always at hand a resume, even though it's only a small part of the whole job search process, as long as it's a carefully crafted document, it can be a useful tool particularly in front of not always professional recruiters.

    Some time ago, I read on a series of articles from Tim Johnston where he described his quest for a new job; it was really apealling when he shared his views about reviewing our resumes.

    He said: "A resume review never means being done". Quite true.

    Best regards.

    Mario P. Lopez, CPA

    By Blogger Mario P. Lopez, at 11:43 PM  

  • Mario,

    Thanks for your comments. Tim Johnston co-authored a book called Diary of a Job Search, which like the articles you refer to, describes his quest for a new job. It's a great read because it acknowledges the fact that job search is not easy, but in the end the exploration can be quite rewarding. Keeping an updated resume makes the process a little bit easier.

    By Blogger Barbara Safani, at 2:00 PM  

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