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Once a fairly straightforward endeavor, resume writing has become much more
of a science and an art. Many professionals are using nontraditional
formatting and writing to give their resumes more impact. While the old
protocols have been discarded, there are new dos and don´ts to keep in mind.
Here is some advice from the resume-writing experts.
DRG takes an in-depth look at what makes a good resume and how candidates
can best prepare their objectives and credentials.
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Terry Gallagher, a president of an executive search firm in NYC, says he
places "three times as much value on results versus responsibilities on a
resume." This article from the Career Development section of the Wall Street
Journal goes beyond the format of resume writing and gives advice on what
accomplishments to include and how to convey your successes on a resume.