You have seen a car’s safety feature that is in place on most all cars.
It is a simple message that is etched onto the side view mirror. It
“OBJECTS IN MIRROR ARE CLOSER THAN THEY APPEAR”
Appearances are not always reality. Your challenge is to
convince the resume reader / hiring manager for your career change that
what appears on your resume is “real” to her.
You want her to
feel that she sees what is really there. She recognizes that you have
the skill sets to drive your personal work and the work of your team or
department to reach their goals.
HOW TO SUCCEED
First off we will begin by identifying what we will present to you today.
We will identify the goals of your career change resume. Then we will expand on those goals to provide more detail. This will include the resume format, the required items and typical transferable skills.
We will focus on the appropriate wording and presentation to ensure the hiring manager realizes that your skills match her needs. Career change resume samples are shown to provide a visual understanding on the approaches you can take.