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Annette Richmond | Certified Advanced Resume Writer

Annette Richmond, MA, CARW (Certified Advanced Resume Writer), has the skills of a resume writer, the perspective of a former recruiter, and the knowledge of a professional who has spent over a decade in the career field. Since launching career-intelligence.com in 2000, Annette has been empowering people to make smoother job transitions and smarter career choices. She has helped job seekers who want to take their career to the next level whether that means enhancing their social media presence, working with them on self-assessment, or preparing them for a game-changing job interview. Her recruiting experience gives her an edge when it comes to crafting a resume that gets results. Over the years, Annette has written articles for career-intelligence and other sites including TalentCulture, 85Broads, LinkedIn and Forbes Woman. Her career-management advice has been featured in many media outlets including Business Insider, Vault.com, Monster.com and The Wall Street Journal. Annette regularly contributes to a number of weekly career-related chats on Twitter. Annette holds a Bachelor of Arts from Sacred Heart University and a Master of Arts in Applied Psychology from Fairfield University. Her professional affiliations include: The National Resume Writer’s Association, Career Directors International and The Professional Association of Resume Writers. READ POSTS ►
Twitter: @careerintell LinkedIn: /in/annetterichmond/ Personal Website/Blog: careerintelligenceresumewriting.com
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