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52 Library Card Uses
Use library resources to prepare a winning resume. Number 12 in a series of uses for your library card.
There’s more than one way to write a resume, and more than one resume to write. Today’s job search is likely to involve printed and also online resumes. Luckily, your library has this covered and can help you create a great resume.
To find resources on the library’s catalog, click on the drop down search options, select Subject Keyword, then enter “resumes” as your search. You’ll get more than 160 hits with titles such as Amazing Resumes: What employers want to see – and how to say it.
If you’re looking for your first job or if your career is started and you are ready to move up, you will find helpful titles. We’ve also got books on resumes for specialized career fields such as health care, education and computers.
Cyberspace Resume Kit: How to build and launch an online resume is just one of several books on eResumes.
Together, these materials will help you organize your information into the most effective resume possible.
Design and Printing
You can even create and print your resume at the library. Microsoft Publisher software is installed on the library’s public access Internet stations. It includes easy-to-follow resume templates with all the options you need to create an attractive layout.
(To save your resume or other document created on library computers you need a personal flash drive or other storage device.)
Your library can help change your life.