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Resume Secrets: Writing Resumes that Get More Job Interviews

Andrew Tye, Entrepreneur

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10 Videos (54m)
    • Promo Video

    • Course Structure

    • Resume1

    • Resume2

    • Resume3 1

    • Resume3 2

    • Resume4

    • Resume5

    • Resume6

    • Resume7


About This Class

Why the course is important: The hiring rate is very low, and there is a lot of competition - your resume needs to stand out instantly so it can get read and you can get an interview!


Related courses:

  • Cover Letter Guidelines
  • Resume Review Examples (Free course)


Why you should join the course:

  • You only have a few seconds to convince a resume reviewer to read on
  • Learn how to avoid common resume mistakes
  • Stand out from your peers
  • Transform your own resume to help get more interviews


What you get:

  1. Resume basics, objectives, and ideal structure
  2. Resume guidelines, common mistakes, and formatting best practices
  3. Video examples of actual resume reviews


Who it's for:

  • Students looking for jobs or internships
  • Working Professionals who want a new position
  • Anyone who is struggling to get interviews
  • Everyone who wants to write better resumes

6 of 7 students recommendSee All

Very good information and reminders to keeping it to the point and being relevant.
Elaine Stamper

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As a retired Human Resources professional for whom reading resumes - thousands - was a daily activity, I was delighted with this brief summary of some very important information. You would be amazing what folks don't know about preparing a resume! Thanks.
This is a great way to get yourself started on a new resume whether it's your first time creating one, or if you're like me and are making a career move. Thanks for the tips!





Andrew Tye


Andrew Tye is an entrepreneur and consultant with experience in a broad range of industries. He has worked at multiple Fortune 50 companies, large private companies, global consulting firms, and many small businesses. His formal education began with a degree in Computer Technology and later concluded with a degree in Mechanical Engineering and an MBA..

Andrew's self-published books are Starting & Selling, 33 Professional Development Tips, and Resumes, Interviews & Careers.

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