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The Complete Idiot's Guide® To The Perfect Resume by Susan Ireland

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Go to the Bank and Fill Out the Forms

Online resume banks are constantly changing the layouts of their websites and fine-tuning their procedures as they become more sophisticated. At most resume banks, you’ll be presented with a two-step process:
1. Fill in the blanks of an online form (also called an e-form).
2. Submit your resume into a large window.
Both steps are straightforward, but let’s look at a few tricks that will ensure your success.

Fill In the Blanks

Here are the items you will probably be asked to type in:
◆ Your name, address, phone, and e-mail address
◆ The location where you’d like to work
◆ Your job objective or professional title
Career Casualty
It’s so easy to make a typo when entering familiar information such as ...

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