The ultimate chronological resume package includes:
- Chronological Resume, Style 1
- Chronological Resume, Style 2
- Cover Letter, Style 2
- Thank you Letter
- What To Ask In An Interview Guide and Form
PLUS Everything in the Entry-Level, ATS, and Basic Chronological packages🏆 🏆
- Entry-Level Resume, Style 1
- Entry-Level Resume, Style 2
- Cover Letter, Style 1
- Job Contact Form
- 3 ATS Friendly Resume Styles
- ATS Keywords for Resumes and Cover Letters
- Letter Tracker
- Follow Up Letter
- Job Inquiry Letter
This package was designed for the focused job seeker, you! You can do anything when you are prepared.Notes:
A Chronological resume is a historical
account of your experience. An Executive resume
is outlines differently for the more experienced job seeker. Usually, 10 plus years of experience would be included in this type of resume.
An Application Tracking System (ATS) resume
is needed for applying for jobs online. Many companies will use an applicant tracking system to narrow down resumes that closely match the qualifications that they are looking for. This ATS resume has ATS keywords that employers are looking for. You need to have a resume that gets noticed. Keyword content is key to getting your resume to the next level of the interview process.
A Thank you Letter
is important to express your gratitude to the potential employer for taking the time to interview you. This is a great way to have employers remember who you are, with all the competition out there.ATS Friendly Cover letter
has the right keywords to get your letter noticed by employers. This will help get your letter noticed by employers. Employers have a few seconds, not minutes to review your qualifications. This letter is outlined for you, just fill in your information. Easy!Modern Cover Letter,
this letter is simple as well, with a touch of modern design. Keywords are includedWhat to ask in an interview
- This is the ULTIMATE
guide and form needed to have a successful interview. Most employers will ask "Do you have any questions?" You NEVER want to say "no". Asking questions during an interview gives the impression that you are interested in the position. This guide provides questions and space for you to write down the employer's response.
What you need:
- Need software that can read .doc and .pdf
- The .doc documents are editable ( The What to ask in an Interview is a pdf document)
- Your time to review and make slight edits.
- Your experience to include in the document. The keywords are baked into the documents. You need to enter your name, place of employment, etc. Text in BLUE and RED are text you want to change and then change the font to black.