Resume Templates and Job Sites Log
(Right click, select Save Target As)
Job Sites Log (Right
click, select Save Target As)
Right click on each link, select Save Target As, then save them
to your Desktop so that you don't lose sight of where you put them.
The Word document will form the outline of your resume. The Excel
spreadsheet will help you track what sites you have been to and
which ones you need to visit each day.
Note: Something that might help when you work with this
resume template in Word is to turn on all the formatting. There's a
little button that looks like a capital backwards P. Turn that on
and then you can see all the paragraph marks. Go into (on the menu
bar) Tools, Options, then the View tab, Formatting
Marks, and check the box that's marked All. Click OK
and then when you return to the document, you'll be able to see
table outlines, column sections, and all the other goop that
defines object placement in the resume template. It's a lot
easier to place new text in there when you can see where it's going.
How to use this site:
JobFairy.com is a free self-help site designed to make it easier
to get a job in IT or to be compensated fairly for the technical
work that you do. There are several steps in the first part of the
site that you should follow in order to create the best resume
possible. You will start by gathering all your information. Then you
will begin the process of assembling the resume from the template
provided. It is not recommended that you "improve" on the
design in any way; all that is necessary is to fill in the blanks.
The resume format has been designed in order to maximize exposure
and minimize your chances of being removed from consideration.
You may find it helpful to skim the site first, and then start
building your resume. This can give you a clearer idea of what is
expected and how to phrase your accomplishments. There are both funny and serious
resumes to use as examples.
Proceed to Getting Started.