Resumes and cover letters are typically the first impression an employer will perceive of you. It’s best to market yourself in a position that clearly articulates your abilities and experiences in a professional and well-written manner.
The purpose of a resume is to help land you an interview (not land you straight into a job) – so use vibrant action verbs, numbers, and elaborate on accomplishments to motivate an employer to contact you! View our step-by-step resume writing guide.
Elaborate on your resume and skills by writing a cover letter that highlights two to three specific reasons you are a great fit for the role. Cover letters are always personalized and tailored to the role or employer to which you are applying. View our cover letter writing guide.