Complimentary Live Resume Writing Webinar on Tuesday at Lunch Hosted by Career Confidential

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Career Confidential Hosts No-Cost, Live Resume Writing Training with Expert Resume Coach. Peggy McKee will Review the Audiences Resumes to show what style of resume gets the hiring managers attention and why.

How advanced is your resume? Is it getting you interviews?

Your resume can look fantastic and even be professionally written by a resume writer, but if it doesn't get interviews, it doesn't matter.

Job seekers—or anyone looking to update their resume—will get a chance to learn from an expert how to write a resume that will get attention from potential employers and help them stand out in the job search in a live webinar on March 12, 2013. There is no fee required to participate in the Resume Review Webinar. Only a first name and email is necessary to register. See details here:

On March 12, 2013 at 1PM EST, Career Coach Peggy McKee will present an online Live Resume Writing Webinar, using examples of actual job seeker resumes to show what makes a resume go from good to great. She will show webinar attendees how to change a mediocre resume to a job-interview-getting resume.

Webinar participants have the option of submitting their own resumes for review during the presentation. McKee will use those resumes illustrate how to improve various parts of a resume, such as the objective statement, employment history, structure, format, and more. According to McKee, “This format really works well to teach people how to improve their own resumes. Nothing teaches like an example, and everyone benefits from seeing the thought process you have to bring to this to make it work.”

Peggy McKee is the CEO of Career Confidential, a comprehensive online job search and interview resource offering tools, tips, and advice for the job seeker. McKee teaches job seekers that the resume must be a marketing document for the person in a job search. The resume’s only function is to get interviews. If it doesn't get interviews, it needs to be rewritten.

“Your resume can look fantastic and even be professionally written by a resume writer, but if it doesn't get interviews, it doesn't matter,” says McKee. “The key to writing a resume that gets interviews is to turn it into a marketing document. Anyone can do this with the right training.

McKee’s goal is to let job seekers watch her talk about a variety of resumes and get familiar with the thought process involved in creating a solid resume. She believes that just by watching that process, job seekers can gain tremendous resume-writing skill. Along the way, she will introduce job seekers to vital principles of resume writing they can apply to their own documents.

The webinar will be held online March 12, 2013 from 1:00-2:30 PM, Eastern Standard Time. After registration, participants will receive confirmation emails with instructions on how to join the webinar. Those interested in attending this webinar can find out more details as well as how to register, here:

To view Career Confidential's other upcoming webinars, you can view a schedule of upcoming events here:

Career Confidential is committed to getting the unemployed back to work in 2013. After assisting over 10,000 people get a job, Career Confidential has set a goal to get 10,000 more people their dream jobs in 2013. Career Confidential exploded in 2012 with a 94% growth rate over 2011 in a down economy.

Based in Texas, Career Confidential specializes in the techniques and tools needed for a job search to be successful. This product is a customized and proven system that gives job seekers the power they need to nail the job they want.

With the guidance of CEO Peggy McKee and CTO Carl Chapman, two nationally recognized experts in the field of job search training, Career Confidential was founded in 2009 so that the original product, The 30/60/90 Day Business Plan, could be distributed more widely among job seekers across the world. From that one product, they now offer over 30 products that teach techniques and tricks to help every job seeker to land that perfect job.

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