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Professional Resume Express, Issue #004 -- Updating Your Resume
July 15, 2008
Hello!

This morning, I called my sister in St. Louis to tell her some family news and she riveted me with some astounding news. The company she works for - a major national bank chain - is on the brink of collapsing. She asked me if I would be willing to revamp her resume and make sure it's marketable.

In today's tough economic market, you can't be TOO prepared. If you have not updated your resume recently, please do so. It is a little like backing up your computer. The only time it really becomes a problem is when it crashes. Unfortunately, you can't predict when that is going to happen.

Even if the company you work for is in good financial shape, you should consider updating your resume to be on the safe side.

The information on Professional-Resume-Example.com is free. You don't have to buy anything to get the information you need to create a great resume. If you would rather have the information you need in a step-by-step format, with worksheets and examples, then you should look into purchasing my e-book.

Here is the link to my e-book: http://www.professional-resume-example.com/how-to-write-a-professional-resume.html

In fact, I'll make you a deal. If you do decide to purchase my e-book, I will throw in a free resume critique at no additional cost. When you purchase the book, create your resume and then send it to me in an email and I will review it for you, making any suggestions that might improve it, in a return email.

Personal service. I really do want you to succeed.

Be sure when you request your resume critique that you are a newsletter subscriber.

Have a great week.

~Carla Vaughan

http://www.professional-resume-example.com

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