The job force can be extremely competitive, especially in more specific industries. It can be tough to try to stand out from the rest and show your future employer why you’re the best candidate for the job.

Strong resume writing is going to be the tool that sets you apart in a stack of applications.

You don’t need to be a great writer to craft a fantastic resume, but you do need to understand that without one, your job hunt will suffer.


Did you know that the average employer only looks at your resume for about 8-10 seconds before making a decision?

That’s not a lot of time to show someone why you’d make a great future employee.

First impressions are everything in the job market. Your resume is your chance to show your future employer why you’re different, and why you matter more than the competition. It’s your shot to make it to the next round, whether that’s an in-person interview or a phone call, so you need to make sure you give it your best shot.

1 Clarifying your Job Search Goal
100 Words That Are Commonly Misspelled In Canadian Resume
2 Uncovering your Qualifications
3 Understanding Your Target
4 Creating Your Value Proposition
5 Understanding Résumé Structure
6 Canadian Spelling & Grammar Check
7 Added Creative Design Elements
8 Writing Strategically


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