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When looking for a new or better job, a résumé is often the first impression you make on a potential employer – and you know what they say about first impressions. As you look to launch your career, advance to a better position, or change career paths altogether, earning a degree online is a great way to start, especially one that centers on proving your competency like WGU's.
But how do you write a résumé that makes that competency clear to your future boss and makes you stand out in a crowd of job-seekers?
WGU's Alumni & Career Services recently hosted a webinar to help you figure it out. Here are just a few tips from the roundtable, featuring AB & Associates owner Angela Barfield, Prince, Perelson & Associates recruiter Portia Blackhurst, and WGU alumni mentor Dawn Woodward:
What a résumé should be
So how do you successfully market yourself?
Other questions answered in this webinar include:
Be sure to check out the full webinar – "Business Résumé Roundtable" – which is part of the free weekly Career Café webinar series, courtesy of Alumni & Career Services.
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