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Break tradition, be unique

BY SAMANTHA NOLAN Modified: February 15, 2013 at 11:36 am •  Published: February 15, 2013

Experience… A fully developed experience section was presented to ensure that Bailey’s impressive early-career experience was conveyed well. In this section, highlights were noted, even when they were not of a quantifiable nature. Early experiences were noted, briefly, in order to ensure focus was on the most relevant and recent aspects of Bailey’s background.

Education… You will notice the education section was relocated toward the end of the résumé, as Bailey is no longer considered to be a recent graduate. As her education did not differentiate her from competitors, it was important to relocate this section so attention would be placed on the aspects of her career—the uniqueness of her candidacy—that provided her with a competitive edge over her peers.

Value-added… Rounding out Bailey’s candidacy was the presentation of value-added information in the form of volunteer work and affiliations.

Bailey’s reaction… “My résumé has been transformed into AMAZING!!! It looks absolutely fabulous yet very professional!! I LOVE IT!!!”

View Bailey’s before and after résumé on