UPDATE: I've gotten an overwhelming response to this post, so for right now I'm not accepting any more resumes.
Lots of people claim to be resume experts, but have only seen a few resumes and rarely hire anyone. Wouldn't it be great for someone who has seen hundreds, if not thousands, of resumes to look at yours and tell you how to make it better?
I'm looking for resumes to publish on BNET. The resumes will be part of a post that contains a critique of your resume--the good, and the bad--and how to make it a great resume. It will be critiqued by me and hiring managers/recruiters who really do know what makes a great resume.
If your resume is published it will be posted exactly as you sent it. That means if you don't want your real name, email address and phone number splashed across the internet, you'll want to edit it. Please leave placeholders so we know you have a phone number on your resume (For example, write home phone: 555-555-5555 instead of deleting the line.)
Send your resume as a Microsoft Word, Open Office or PDF file to EvilHRLady@gmail.com. Please put "Resume" in the subject line.
For further reading:
- How to Write a Resume: 6 Steps to Take Before You Write
- How to Write a Resume: Dos and Don'ts
- 8 Simple Ways to Customize Your Resume