“Planning must be a deliberate prelude to writing.”
—E. B. White, author
E. B. White is the coauthor of The Elements of Style, a “bible” for anyone who writes for a living or, for that matter, anyone who writes at all. White proposes that the first principle of composition is to “determine the shape of what is to come and pursue that shape.” Just as an architect prepares blueprints before a contractor can build, you need an outline before you can write.
In this chapter, you’ll decide on the format, or structure, of your resume, and then select the categories, or building blocks, that make up a masterful resume.
Résumé Magic, my first book that launched the Magic Series (also published by JIST), provides ...