Why your resume should tell a story

03/20/2013 | SimplyHired.com

Every good story contains a conflict, a hero and a resolution, and so should your resume, veteran resume writer Steve Brady advises in this blog post. Use your personal branding statement to identify a problem that a potential employer is experiencing. The rest of your resume should demonstrate why you have the skills needed to solve the problem and be a hero, Brady writes.

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