The Résumé Doctor Is In

Specialists can help you craft a document that gets results. Here's how to find the best help

If you are one of the legions who've been axed, downsized, or dissolved, you may find yourself hovering over your PC, frantically updating your résumé. If it has been a decade or so since you've done this, you'd be wise to apprise yourself of some new trends swirling about in curriculum-vitae land. It can make the difference between cranking out a punchy masterpiece -- or a jargon-ridden loser certain to never see the dark side of an HR department scanner.

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