CIO.com IT Resume Makeover: How to Write to Your Audience

Posted on February 26, 2014. Filed under: CIO, Personal Branding, Resumes |

IT resumeREBLOG from CIO.com, February 24, 2014:

Thank you to Sharon Florentine of CIO.com for publishing my resume makeover. I enjoyed working with Amram Hakohen, a senior technical writer, on tightening his resume and building his brand messaging.

It was great to get a chance to talk about the fundamental aspect of writing a good resume (or any writing, really): audience. The better you know your audience, the more you can appeal to them.

For a full view of the CIO.com article and makeover, check out http://www.cio.com/article/748671/IT_Resume_Makeover_How_to_Write_to_Your_Audience?page=1&taxonomyId=3123.

 

 

About Stephen—-

Stephen Van Vreede is not your average IT/technical résumé writer. He provides career strategy and concierge job search solutions for senior (15+ years) (ITtechExec) and up-and-coming (NoddlePlace) (5-15 years) tech and technical operations leaders. Stephen and his team focus on building simplified, targeted, and certain career move campaigns, be it an external search or an internal promotion. He is co-author of UNcommon with career development leader Brian Tracy (June 2015). Contact Stephen directly at Stephen@ittechexec.com or send him an invite at https://www.linkedin.com/in/stephenvanvreede. To see whether Stephen and his team are a good fit for you, take their free (and anonymous) compatibility quiz, Is the ITtechExec Approach a Good Match for You?

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