By far the best career strategy to handle rough economic times is to be flexible and prepared. Be eager to apply your skills and experience in brand new ways. And always have your resume ready.
Stamford, CT (PRWEB) August 5, 2008
Robert Parker is a twenty year veteran of professional consulting who also coaches job hunters on career planning strategies. Mr. Parker is launching a pay-what-you-wish online course based on his 2005 Write Smart! Write Sharp! resume writing guide.
"This self-study course," says Mr. Parker, "will give anyone, at any career level, the vital techniques they need to turn their resume into an interview magnet." He continues, "These seven lessons will give each participant the ability to plan and complete a high performance resume within a short amount of time."
In lesson three, Mr. Parker will go public with an innovation he's been using (and sharing only privately) for five years in order to help win interviews. He promises that this one adjustment will enhance anyone's resume--especially when working with recruiters.
On the topic of economic anxiety and uncertainty he adds, "By far the best career strategy to handle rough economic times is to be flexible and prepared. Be eager to apply your skills and experience in brand new ways. And always have your resume ready."
The course sign up page is accessible though Mr. Parker's blog at ResumeSuccessZone.com. During the pre-launch period for the course, he will critique participant's resumes and tell them exactly what they will need to focus on most in order to transform their resume into a powerful interview magnet.
Robert Parker has spent over twenty years as a New York City-based consultant in the financial services industry. His clients have included Morgan Stanley, ADP, Credit Suisse and McKinsey. Having previously authored a set of reports to help people with resume writing and job interviewing skills, he is currently working on a brand new self-study course about career planning for the 30-somethings generation.
Job hunters wanting to take Robert Parker's online resume makeover course must sign up through the link at his ResumeSuccessZone.com Web site. In order to qualify for the free pre-launch resume review, course applicants must complete a short survey covering their work experience and career plans.
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