Topic: Career Coaching

Resumes can be a point of contention for a lot of people. It’s not a skill we learn in school or college. Hiring managers can be oddly specific on what kind of resume they like to see, which makes it harder to know how to hit it out of the park. If you add in a lot of military spouse-related issues, it gets complicated fast. Gaps in employment, short stents at jobs and a wider set of skills instead of a narrow focus on a career are just a few hurdles we may face when putting together a resume. I recently went to work to find a career and the resume was something I knew I had to tackle. Here are three things I learned along the way.

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