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Resume Writing Assistant

Whether you're a recent graduate or a seasoned professional, our Resume Writing Assistant can help you write a polished resume. With resume examples from a variety of industries, and tips on how to make your resume stand out, you're sure to find the help you need to land the job you want!


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Sure, the design of your resume is important β€” it should be easy to read and visually appealing β€” but ultimately, it’s the quality of your writing that will make or break your chances of landing an interview.

This is where our new feature comes in! We’ve scoured the internet for the best resume examples so you can browse through them for inspiration when it comes to crafting your own.


Professional Summary examples

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The professional summary on a resume is one of the most important parts of the resume. Here are five tips on how to write an effective one:

  • Keep it short and sweet

The professional summary should be a brief overview of your skills and experience. It should be no longer than three to four sentences.

  • Highlight your strengths

Use your professional summary as an opportunity to highlight your most marketable skills and strengths.

  • Use keyword-rich language

When writing your professional summary, be sure to use keyword-rich language that will catch the attention of employers.

  • Use action verbs

Use persuasive and action-oriented language to really sell yourself in your professional summary.

  • Tailor it to each job

Don't simply use the same professional summary for every job application. Take the time to tailor it to each position you apply for.


Work Experience examples

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For many people, writing about their job experiences is one of the most difficult parts of creating a resume. Here are some tips to make this task easier:

  • Start by listing the jobs you have held in chronological order, with your most recent job first.
  • When describing your duties, use action verbs and focus on the accomplishments and skills you gained in each position.
  • Instead of simply listing your duties, try to show how you made a positive impact in each job. For example, if you increased sales at your previous job, mention this.
  • Keep your job descriptions brief and to the point.
  • Make sure your job experience is relevant to the position you are applying for. If it is not, you may want to leave it off your resume.

Now that you have access to our Writing Assistant feature, you are ready to create a resume that is sure to impress potential employers and help you to land the job you want.

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