Services lingoLee -- Resume Writing  

Language is the memory of man. Without it he has no past, a paltry present, and an empty future. With it he can bring his dreams to life.

Edward R. Murrow

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There is no better example than a well-written resume to demonstrate the power of writing. A resume that has been expertly organized and prepared by a professional has the potential to place you among the initial group of candidates contending for a much desired position.

A key component for writing a promising resume is the preparation stage. A careful examination of your past projects and endeavors often reveals aspects that can enhance the list of your skills and experiences pertinent to the position you seek.

Therefore, the next stage is the organization of the resume. Within the confines of the conventions of resume writing, there is still room to structure the resume so that it allows you to include key features that depict you as the right person for the job.

In addition, your writing must show that you understand the distinct goals of a resume vs. a CV and that you have made the effort to use the presentation style appropriate to the target audience, whether North American or European.

When writing matters this much –don't hesitate!






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