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Use this guide to help you create your new career, find information on current jobs, and write your resume.

Starting Your Resume



A resume is essentially a document that enables you to sell yourself to an employer; yet, as seen in the previous chapters, it can function in many other ways, too.

Is a résumé a marketing tool or a business document? This is a question under continual debate. And, while it is definitely not a piece of fiction, it is a creative document that can, and should, be adapted to meet differing needs.

There are no rules, and yet there are; but rules can be broken depending on the circumstances.

Continue reading by visiting Ferguson's Career Guidance Database. 

"Why Do I Need a Résumé?" Ferguson's Career Guidance Center. Facts On File, Inc. Web. 25 Aug. 2014.


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