You may use only 100 words to describe yourself in your resumé, but the impression these few words leave and the conclusions readers draw from them are vital. Plan this aspect with precision, as with every other aspect of preparing a resumé.
Put degree letters after your name only if they are really relevant.
Make sure that your voice-mail message is clear and businesslike in case potential employers call.
It is not just what you say, it is the way that you say it. Too many job applicants resort to an old-fashioned, overly formal style of writing in their resumé construction and ...