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Revamp Your Resume in 12 Easy Steps
Revamp Your Resume workbook can help jobseekers build the resume that makes the greatest impression whether they are creating their resume to get their first professional job or planning a career change where the old resume just won't do.
But there’s a new e-book that can help jobseekers get it done the quick and easy way says Connie Schlosberg, author of Revamp Your Resume, a title on the subject of resume writing.
Jobseekers want stellar resumes to upload to job sites and submit to prospective jobs. They want a quick and easy process to write it and using it to successfully convince hiring authorities to give them the job instead of somebody else.
Connie knows what it feels like to be overwhelmed by something such as writing a resume when someone may not know how to approach it. That is why she started this 12 Easy Steps program. For people who simply want to learn how to do something and have a final product by the end of the program.
This workbook can help jobseekers build the resume that makes the greatest impression whether they are:
• Creating their resume to get their first professional job
• Revamping an old resume due to a job change or re-entry to the workplace
• Planning a career change where the old resume just won't do
After completing this workbook, they should be able to:
• Select the best type of format for their resume
• Put together content using words specific to their career aspirations
• Develop their resume with a professional format that employers want to see
• Prepare an effective and meaningful resume to support their goals
Why the 12 Easy Steps workbook program?
Everyone is busy. Jobseekers have a lot on their plates, and sometimes they just want to cut to the chase on how to get something done. Connie Schlosberg has held a lot of hands in her time, and she wants to help jobseekers find work by holding their hand through the process.
She wants everyone to be able to learn to do something as quick and easy as possible without the long wait. She knows they want a final product after they read how to do something. They want humor. They want thoughtfulness. They want insight. But they don't want fluff. Or technical jargon. And they want to do it in a quick-read-it-
Connie has read enough how-to, instructional, and informational books, and all of them were wonderful. Okay. Perhaps not all of them. However, they gave her ways to percolate and think about the subject, but not all them gave her a quick and easy, get down and dirty, here ‘let's do it now together or get off your butt and get it done” concrete workbook. After all, it has to get done -- right?
When using this workbook, readers will work on their resumes as they read so that when they finish the workbook, they have a finished product.
Now they are ready to be hired and get to work in their dream jobs.
Media: Contact author for interviews or review copies. The e-book retails for $4.95 and can be purchased on Amazon.