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Click to edit Master subtitle style 11/7/10 Resume: Realizing the Rhetoric of Personal Advocacy By: Thanh Tran, Christina Safeek, Tommy Sealock, Josh Miller, Luis Gurrusquieta, Hafsaf Ahafz
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11/7/10 The Career Long Importance of a Resume We write resumes to land that critical first position or the interview. Resumes assist in climbing the corporate ladder Participate in corporate proposals and marketing Respond to routine Human Recourse information requests
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11/7/10 The Limitations of Empirically Based Strategies Many studies and surveys have concluded that there is not standard style or design of a resume.
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11/7/10 The Limitations of Stylistic Prescriptions - Length - Organization - Design - Language
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11/7/10 Resume Length Depending on the substance: In your early career a resume should be about 1 page. As you accomplish more in your career it should be about 2 pages.
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11/7/10 Organization Structure (3C’s): Convention - The studies point to a preference for the chronological. Completeness - Functional organization may be an easier ways for covering gaps.
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