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Tricks to Getting Your Resume Noticed
By Lance Winslow

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Recently I was discussing tricks to getting your resume noticed at Starbucks with a professional resume writer. She was indeed a humorous typesetter, editor, writer type with a new wave attitude and spiritual displacement. What a kick she was, we were having a good old time and I stated I had written just a few article on resume writing and she said; You should try actually writing them, he he he!

We got really into the subject and she told me one of her coolest tricks to resume writing and she said it only worked with creative type jobs, such as advertising design, graphic design and things like that. She told me she used it once to get a great job. I said; oh really, because I feel another article on resumes coming on!

She indicated that she use to put paragraphs upside down or occasionally use a word in French, Italian, Chinese with symbols or German in her resume. Interesting I though and I could see where that would not fly with a corporate manager type job, but could work well with intellectual pursuits or creative category jobs. She said; Yep!

In fact this kind of makes sense if you are thinking of Tips or Tricks to Getting Your Resume Noticed. Of course this only works in the right setting, but it will get your resume noticed and that means you might get a personal interview because they want to meet the person who wrote that resume. So, maybe this could be your foot in the door?

Lance Winslow, a retired entrepreneur, adventurer, modern day philosopher and perpetual tourist.

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