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Blue Collar Resumes, Third Edition will help you discover, organize, and market your skills and abilities to employers with impact and clarity. Using real-life examples and the latest strategies used by expert resume writers, Steven Provenzano, CPRW/CEIP, clearly explains how to sift through your work history, extract and develop key points about your talents, and sell them to win interviews. You'll learn to evaluate your work experience, education and skills, and translate them into powerful selling points. You will also learn new, effective methods to format and organize your achievements, design the finished resume, and leverage new techniques for making job contacts and acing the interview.
The 100+ resume examples in Blue Collar Resumes, Third Edition, reflect a broad spectrum of industries, careers, and job descriptions. These include skilled trade and factory workers, assemblers and construction workers, supervisors, executive secretaries, sales and customer service representatives, data entry clerks, and clerical positions. There's even resume samples for pilots, drivers and equipment operators, technical and medical workers, as well as entry-level business and administrative positions, and veterans returning to the workforce. No matter what your or type of work this guide will help you shorten your job search and increase your income!
Steven Provenzano, CPRW/CEIP, is president of ECS: Executive Career Services & DTP, Inc. A former corporate recruiter and author of ten career books, he has written or edited more than 4,000 resumes. Steven has appeared on CNBC several times, CNN, WGN, ABC/NBC in Chicago, and on numerous radio programs. He's been featured in major newspapers including The Wall Street Journal, Crain's, and the Chicago Tribune, and is a Certified Professional Resume Writer and Certified Employment Interview Professional. His work is endorsed by Chicago Tribune career columnist Lindsey Novak and executives at firms such as Coca-Cola, Motorola, and First Data Corporation.