The Everything Resume Book: Create a Winning Resume That Stands out from the Crowd

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Index
Accountant sample resumes, 213, 233
Account executive sales sample resume, 214–15
Achievement summaries,
46–47, 51, 60
Action verbs/statements, 62–69, 70
Administrative assistant sample resume, 216
Administrative field, 53
Admissions professional
sample resume, 217–18
Adobe software, 75
Advertising sample letters, 118–23
Advertising sample resumes, 85, 161–64, 219, 220–22, 300–301
Advocates, 8, 9, 115
America’s Job Bank, 326
Americorps, 30
Applications programmer sample resume, 223
Architect sample resume, 224
Architecture/construction/ engineering field, 53
Art instructor sample resume, 225
Arts/media field, 53
Background checks, 177
Banana Republic, 145
Bank loan officer sample resume, 226–27
Bank teller sample resume, 228
Bassi, Dave, 187–88
Behavioral interviews, 137–38, 140–41, 143
Belknap, William C., 172–74
Bilingual candidate sample resume, 229
Blogs, 3, 4, 9, 79, 81, 84, 321
Bookkeeper sample resume, 230
Branding, 4–5, 22, 49, 71
Budget analyst sample resume, 231
Bujno, Jonathan, 176–77
Business field, 53
Career counseling, 6–7, 27
CareerStrides, 179
Case worker sample resume, 232
CEO VISIONS: Services for the Blind and Visually Impaired, 180
Chef sample resume, 234
Chemical engineer sample resume, 235–36
Chronological resumes, 21, 25, 31
Clinical Resource Network, 176
Coaches. See Resume coaches/critiquing
Coach sample resume, 237
College admissions/athletic sample resume, 238–39
College graduates, 26–29, 32
College professor sample resume, 241
Combined resumes, 21
Communication field, 54
Communication tips, 11
Computer programmer sample resume, 242
Construction. See Architecture/ construction/engineering field
Consulting resume sample/ critiquing, 164–68
Correspondence/cover letters, 107–27, 162, 175, 178, 183, 190, 191
confirmation/acceptance/ declining, 115, 123
e-mail vs. “snail mail,” 116
follow-up, 113–14, 117, 125, 127
letters of application, 110–11, 118, 125, 127
letters of inquiry, 111–13, 121, 124, 126, 127
letters of introduction, 109–10, 113, 120
networking and, 113
thank-you letters, 114–15, 122, 191
Counseling psychologist sample resume, 243–44
Courses/seminars, 57
Cover letters. See Correspondence/ cover letters

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