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Quick Resume Advice

Before an employer will take valuable time to interview you, most will want to see your resume. The purpose of a resume is to get you an interview because typically, it is the interview that will get you the job.  Resumes are often used to screen out applicants and details your skills and training, work experience, education, and any accomplishments you have made with past employers. It also reflects who you are and what you can do for the prospective company.

Resume and Cover Letter Tutorials

These brief tutorials on resume and cover letter writing will help you get started with your documents.

Military Resources for Developing Your Resume

  • Tranlate Your Military Experience Beyond the Military
    The Personal Branding Resume Engine will help you translate your military service record into a strong resume. The skills and experience you gained as a Servicemember can make you a great employee. However, it’s crucial to help potential employers understand how. With input from Fortune 500 human resources (HR) consultants, the Resume Engine will help you get your job search off to a positive start.
  • Military Crosswalk Search has a section where veterans can enter their branch/MOS number and receiving the equivalent civilian job titles and descriptions.
  • Hiring Our Heroes Resume Engine

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