Begin your first federal resume with our easy to use Federal Resume Builder. Save this resume as your first, basic resume. This basic resume can become your Best Qualified, Targeted federal resume in the Outline Format. This resume will also be copied and pasted into the USAJOBS builder. Get started with our builder! Click here .
Useful Links If you’re seeking to learn more about federal pay, priority placement programs, excepted service positions, or programs for veterans, you’ll want to review some of our useful links. These external sites are not associated with The Resume Place, but provide a plethora of valuable information for jobseekers. See the links
Hi! I’m a little late to the party here – by about a year and a half, it looks like. But I want to thank you for this post! I’ve been running around reading up on ‘finding your voice’ and THIS is the article that has proved most helpful. I want to continue on and actually do the exercises you wrote about, but even just thinking about them seemed to really improve my blog. I have two blogs going, and feel like I have great information to share, but that it all comes across as rather boring. Your opening statement, ‘Voice is one of the most important elements of a successful blog. Period. Without voice, new arrivals to your blog won’t read beyond the first paragraph,’ resonated with me. I know it has been a missing ingredient in my blogs. And guess? What, when I stopped self-edited, threw away conventions, and wrote like I talked (or actually wrote like I thought), writing was a whole lot more fun. I have two blogs going, and feel like I have great information to share, but that it all comes across as rather boring. My initial post ‘with voice’ is http:///p1g9vU-eG .