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How long should it take a professional to write a resume #891

Depends! There are professionals who specialize in writing resumes quickly. They tend to concentrate on one client at a time, producing a draft in as little as 4-5 hours and final documents within 2 hours after the client has reviewed the draft. This does not make the resume any less professional - in fact, since most resumes get less than an 30 second scan by the hiring authority, having a writer who understands how to write effectively for a scan may be beneficial. Other resume writers quote from 3 to 5 business days for the first draft. This does not make them better (or worse) it is just their style. If you are in a hurry for your documents, ask the resume writer about his or her turn-around time.

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Thanks to: Dr. Jerry Bills, CPRW - West Palm Beach, Florida - USA. - rec.:Dec 10, 2002 - pub.:Dec 13, 2002 - sent.:Jul 19, 2009
Leadership #2004

An individual’s greatest contribution to his company should not be based on self-accomplishment, but in what it has inspired others to accomplish under his leadership....

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Thanks to: Brandt Luksan - Houston - USA. - rec.:Oct 13, 2003 - pub.:Oct 22, 2003 - sent.:Mar 13, 2016
Axiom for Success #524

Success occurs when opportunity meets preparation!
Evy Coppola, Regional Coordinator for NAFE (National Association for Female Executives)
Founder- Extraordinary Businesswomen of Corpus Christi

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Thanks to: Marie Schadë-Wood - Corpus Christi, Texas - USA. - rec.:Jul 21, 2002 - pub.:Aug 16, 2002
Do what you want! #894

$100,000 dollar income would be nice wouldn't it? But that doesn't make a person happy, in the end, only you can make yourself happy, so do what you want as a job, and if you like it you will succeed in life. You might not die a millionaire but you will at least die a happy person.

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Thanks to: Colin C Barrett - Glen Ellyn - USA. - rec.:Dec 10, 2002 - pub.:Dec 13, 2002 - sent.:Dec 3, 2015
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