FREE Web Show Today: Frustrating Resume Advice

There's so much career advice out there these days - But what's the best? Who should you trust? It can be a frustrating and confusing process. So, what do you do? We are launching a FREE weekly web show that focuses on YOUR career questions. That's right - real career questions from our readers. Today, we will be talking about the dilemma of conflicting and frustrating resume advice. Here are two questions we received that prompted this topic:


"I keep reading conflicting reports on how a resume should look. Some say use color, others say don't. Some say have a long resume, some say keep it to a page and put more detail in your cover letter, depending on what your focusing on. Please would you give an answer to what a resume should look like, and what it should cover?" - Tara
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"If you ask 100 people for help with your resume, you will get 100 different ways to prepare your resume. So, how do we know the "right" way to prepare a resume?" - Margaret

LIVE Q&A Web Show

Want to be apart of this FREE Q&A session? Join us today! Date: Tuesday, June 4 Time: 1PM Eastern Standard Time Place: www.CAREEREALISM.com (Or, click here at 1PM) You don't want to miss out on this valuable coaching session!

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Every Tuesday, you'll have the opportunity to get your career questions answered by career coach J.T. O'Donnell on our live Q&A show. Sign up now to be apart of our Weekly Web Show community where you can submit your career questions for a chance to get them answered on the show. (Can't make the live event? No worries - A recorded version will be sent to all members.) What's your question? Click the button below to learn how you can submit it! ASK A QUESTION NOW ► Photo Credit: Shutterstock
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