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In No Mistakes Resumes: How to Write a Resume That Will Get You the Interview, Giacomo Giammatteo takes us headfirst into the cut-throat world of interviews and getting a job. In this tough economy, you need all the help you can get to land you the job of your dreams, and No Mistakes Resumes helps you get there. But Giacomo has a unique stance on resume writing. In his mind, writing resumes is not that complicated. It isn't rocket science. He takes less than 100 pages to get to the nitty-gritty of what works on a resume and what doesn't.
No Mistakes Resumes is a hard and fast to-do list and practical advice for sprucing up your resume. You've got to have a thick skin and be unafraid of cold hard facts and practicality. There was a lot of great advice, from creating an actual impact with your resume writing, to the simple purpose of resumes at all. Having been a card carrying member of the Human Resources department since I was 17, I know what is good advice and what isn't and No Mistakes Resumes will go a long way to keeping all your hard work out of the trash can. It's not an all-answers prayer book; it's not going to guarantee you the job, but it will get you more interviews to hone those skills and take you right out of the unemployment line. Giacomo Giammatteo has the right skills and practical knowledge to help an army of potential new-hires. Take the practices and ideas in this book and apply them to your own resume and you will be interviewing before you know it!