If your resume is a snapshot of your career and education, your cover letter tells the employer what to look for in that snapshot. It answers the questions: Why this employer? and What can you do for us? Like its name implies, the cover letter is a letter that is meant to sit on top… Read More


If you’ve finished your Education section as directed in our post “How to Write the Education Section of Your Resume,” you’re ready to create your Work History section. Nothing is better proof of your skills and abilities than past work experience. That’s why, if you have some work experience under your belt, this will be… Read More


If you have completed your Objective (which is optional, by the way) as outlined in our post “How to Write Your Resume Objective,” you are ready to start on your Education section. One of the goals of your resume is to show employers what you have done with your time. This is certainly the case… Read More