Resume Writer and Career Consultant, Best Impression Career Services, Inc.
Louise Kursmark, MRW, JCTC, CEIP, CCM One of the leading resume-writing experts in the United States, Louise is an authority on a wide range of career and employment issues. She has written 18 books about resume writing, interviewing, and job search and has been featured and quoted in countless online, print, and broadcast publications. Her passion is helping people “tell their story” in a way that is compelling, memorable, and relevant. As founder and president of Best Impression Career Services, Inc., Louise works directly with senior executives in career transition. She is also a founding board member of the Career Management Alliance, was the first person worldwide to earn the prestigious “Master Resume Writer” credential, and is a 6-time winner of "best resume" awards from two different professional associations.
Resume Writing - What should my resume introduction be?
Resume expert Louise Kursmark discusses how to write a resume introduction.
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Host: What should my resume introduction be?
Louise Kursmark: Your resume introduction needs to be a mini bio, a quick summary, an overview. So, if someone were reading it, they would know enough about you to be able to describe your expertise to somebody else. It's hard to explain exactly how to do that without showing some example resumes. So, I would suggest that you take a look at some resumes, look at some resume books if you have the chance to visit a book store or a library and see how different people have written the summary part of their resume because that's going to give you the best example and a springboard for some ideas that you can use to write one that is going to be unique for you. Make sure you do tell them that mini bio, a little bit yourself, overview statement, so, then they will appreciate and understand the chronology that's going to follow in your resume.