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Displaying items by tag: sentences
Wednesday, 03 August 2011 13:33

Resume writing

The way of the writing world seems to be short, to-the-point and easy--for just about any grade level--to read. Resumes are no different.

Resume writing has changed, according to a recent interview I had with Donna Cardillo, RN, MA. Donna is author of The Ultimate Career Guide for Nurses.

She says: Formats have changed. That’s because the people who receive resumes don’t read them; rather, they scan them. The long paragraphs and full sentences that we used to use in resumes are out.

What's in? A high impact format of writing, with bulleted information, and short, truncated (not complete) sentences.

Published in Writing style
Friday, 15 July 2011 13:13

Quick tips for Web writing

Short sentences are in.

Simple thoughts are in.

Published in Writing style