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By Ron and Caryl Krannich, Ph.Ds
In today’s job market, employers want to know what you have done, can do, and will do for them. They want predictable employees who can produce results. They especially respond to the behavioral content of savvy resumes.
Savvy resumes are different from the typical resume. A savvy resume is a behavior-based resume that clearly communicates a motivated pattern of behavior to employers. This type of resume is employer-centered because it speaks the language of employers – performance and results. Unlike other resume books, The Savvy Resume Writer shows you how to:
- clearly communicate your strengths to employers
- identify your motivated pattern of work behavior
- formulate an employer-centered objective
- present your major accomplishments
- create each resume section
- evaluate the overall quality of your resume
Going far beyond the art of writing resume content, this book examines numerous resume myths and mistakes, as well as provides sound advice on how to best produce, distribute, and follow up your resume for maximum impact. It includes useful forms and examples of savvy resumes that will give you a behavioral advantage as you create a resume that focuses on the needs of the employer. 158 pages. 2000.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
- Write a Savvy Resume
- Resume Issues and Rules
- The New Behavioral Resume
- The Savvy Resume Process
- Savvy Writing
- Savvy Production
- Savvy Distribution
- Savvy Follow-Up
- Savvy Resume Sampler