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Doyle & Associates
(707) 433-3050
707 Bianca Ln
Healdsburg, CA

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Blue Wolf
(415) 262-6301
One Montgomery St
San Francisco, CA

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TekForce
(415) 321-3199
47 Kearney St
San Francisco, CA

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It Convergence
(800) 675-0032
450 Sansome Street
San Francisco, CA
Main Industries / Positions
Internet & New Media, Sales, Human Resources

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Nivid
(408) 264-5267
2189 Westmoreland Dr
San Jose, CA

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IDC Technologies
(408) 836-3780
700 Gale Drive, Suite #260
Campbell, CA

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Clarity Resoures
(408) 292-8460
1075 North 10th Street
San Jose, CA

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ABA Search & Staffing
(415) 434-4222
33 New Montgomery
San Francisco, CA
Main Industries / Positions
Legal, Executive, Admin & Clerical

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NV Icons
(408) 850-3000
3940 Freedom Circle
Santa Clara, CA

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Controllers Group
(408) 371-7500
1475 S Bascom Ave
Campbell, CA

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Perhaps you've discovered that your career has stalled. While it is true that you are gainfully employed, you just don't seem to be progressing down your career path as fast as you'd like. You've determined that the roadblock in your career is not the result of your lack of experience, your lack of education, or your lack of interpersonal skills. You've come to the conclusion that your failure to hit a career high is due to the fact that you simply don't know how to market yourself well.

You realize that you cannot take out a billboard advertising your credentials. And, while you can certainly work on polishing your networking skills, a lack of contacts doesn't seem to be the problem. You've been diligently sending your résumé to numerous employers, but no one seems to be biting-you haven't secured a single job interview for quite some time. You're stuck in a career rut-and the only way out is to make your résumé more professional and more attractive to a potential employer. But how do you go about accomplishing that goal?

Realize the Importance of Your Résumé

Up to this point, you might have been throwing together your résumés at the last minute, thinking that you could compensate for any problems with your résumé in your subsequent job interview. However, you must realize that your résumé is, in fact, your most effective career marketing tool. If worded properly, it can open doors for you, offering you opportunities that you wouldn't have had otherwise....


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