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      Volume 12, Number 30: Issue #138                                                             ISSN: 1933-9690

Welcome, fellow writer!

In each issue of Word Wise, you get writing tips to help you save time and write better. 
Most resumes incorporate some basic elements. And there are a couple of elements that are huge no-nos to include. Today's feature shows you which is which.

Let me know     what you think about this tip!

COMING UP! New Book To Be Released on November 1

Over the last 6 months, I've been working on a new book titled Writing Devotionals That Stick.

The book is a step-by-step guide that explains how to write devotionals (a unique genre in the faith-based market) in a way that stays with today's busy, distracted readers. It's a practical, fun how-to book not just for writers, but also for leaders, entrepreneurs, students, moms, professionals, and many others who want to share their experiences with readers.
I'm excited about this book because it is a topic close to my heart after writing hundreds of devotionals for the last 15 years ... and because so many of my readers like you have asked me to write it! 

The book will be released on Amazon in a few weeks ... on November 1. Stay tuned to find out how you can get your own free copy.

FEATURE: Writing a Resume? 5 Things to Include ... and 2 Things to Avoid

5 parts of a resume
Every resume is unique ... because each person and his experiences are unique. As such, there is no magic formula to presenting your information.

Having said that, most resumes incorporate a few standard components. Which ones you use and how you use them depend on a number of factors, such as the  resume format you choose (chronological, functional, or blended), your employment history (new to the job market, career changer, or one with considerable experience), and your focus (an emphasis on a particular skill set, for instance.)

On a resume, each element is usually listed as a separate section. The parts of a resume are personalized to fit your situation ...

More Tips about Writing Resumes
Writing Resumes: Frequently Asked Questions 3 Resume Writing Formats and Which Is Right for You Build a Winning Resume with a Resume Writing Worksheet Resume Writing Tips: Do's and Don'ts
A Wise Word

Write each element of your resume or project with care.

1 Corinthians 12_22

Get other words of wisdom about writing  here.
That's it for now. See you next time.

Remember ... words matter. Use them wisely!


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