by Dr. Heather Rothbauer-Wanish, Special to CTC
Are you considering a geographical move that requires you to search for work? Do you think you’re ready for that internal promotion? Or, have you been thinking about ‘what’s out there’ in terms of new opportunities in your field? If you answer ‘yes’ to any of these things, you will definitely need a new or updated resume to move forward.
Then, the panic sets in. You haven’t written your resume for 10+ years. Do you still need the same sections on your document? What do you keep and what do you eliminate from your job history? Should there be a section that outlines my technical skills? And, how and where do I include my education?
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About the author:
Dr. Heather Rothbauer-Wanish, founder of Feather Communications, has been working with job seekers since 2008 to develop forward-thinking, eye-catching, and dynamic resumes for today’s marketplace. She is a Certified Professional Resume Writer and is a member of the National Resume Writers’ Association and the Professional Association of Resume Writers and Career Coaches. Dr. Rothbauer-Wanish has a BBA in Management, an MBA, and a PhD in Organization and Management.