Resume Prep

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In today’s economy, many students need to submit their resumes to employers to land a job. Resume and application forms provide employers with written evidence of a prospective employees’ qualifications and skills. Generally, a resume contains all of the information acquired on an application form, except that it usually fits onto one page with various templates.

Some employers prefer a resume over an application form while others require an applicant to fill out both. Not every job requires a resume; therefore, inquire with the employer about their requirements before submitting anything. A resume represents the applicant, which means it should be presented in the utmost fashion. Follow the resources below to gain a clearer perspective on how to write an effective resume to prospective employers.

Maryland One Stop Career Centers provide a full range of assistance including resume preparation to job seekers and businesses (free of charge). The centers are part of Maryland Jobs Now (MJN), a network of high-performing, results-oriented workforce organizations investing in employment and training strategies, services, and initiatives, helping job seekers and businesses succeed. Staffed with qualified professionals who can assist with training referrals, career counseling, job listings, and other employment-related services, the Centers stand ready to serve Marylanders with high-quality services and programs.

You may use the center’s computers, phones, photocopiers, and fax machines to aid your job search!

You can also create a professional, job-ready resume in minutes free with resume builder such as LiveCareer, Monster.com, and many more.