Resources for JibberJobber Webinar Attendees

Thank you to all who came to the webinar today!

I’m posting the resources I mentioned during our time together. If you need anything else, let me know in the comments area, and I’ll do my best to accommodate.

Links to websites mentioned:

JibberJobber – Manage Personal and Professional Relationships

Movin’ On Up Resumes – Career Communications at a Higher Level

Preptel  – Help Optimizing Resumes to Pass Screenings by ATS (Applicant Tracking Systems)

Wordle – Input Job Descriptions to Identify Recurring Words and Phrases

Wall Street Journal Article With Statistics on ATS Success Rates for Job Seekers

The National Resume Writers’ Association – Find a Professional Resume Writer

Career Directors International – Find a Professional Resume Writer

Resume Starter Templates:

I’ve never done this before (and I don’t know of a resume writer who has for free), but I am uploading the Word version of these templates so you can use them as a starting point for your own resume.

These are just starting points, though. Use your own positioning and language if you want the resume to be effective. These templates are meant to save you time formatting and also to give you some strategy ideas.

Plain Text Resume: WordPress doesn’t seem to support .txt files, but here is the resume pasted onto a page. Unattractive as it is, this is  how most plain text resumes end up looking once they get to a hiring manager’s desk.

Back to Work Mom


Geology Grad with Unrelated Work Experience

Music Major Transitioning to PR

Community College Student Looking for PT CS Work

Career Snapshot with No Titles for Career Changer


Never Eat Alone by Keith Ferrazzi

Brag!: The Art of Tooting Your Own Horn Without Blowing It by Peggy Klaus

Resume Magic by Susan Britton Whitcomb

4 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Bridget Weide Brooks (@RWDigest)  |  October 10, 2012 at 10:04 am

    Great webinar, Kim! Really interested to see the resume without job titles.

    Also — best takeaway: Copy-and-paste the actual job posting at the bottom of the resume when submitting to companies using applicant tracking systems.

    • 2. Kim Mohiuddin  |  October 10, 2012 at 11:38 am

      Thanks, Bridget! Unfortunately I couldn’t find the “no title” example. But the geology grad example is a similar idea. The title is de-emphasized visually, with the current value-added prominently presented. Also, the first page of the “Career Snapshot…” sample gives overall accomplishments with no titles.

  • 3. Cherie Heid  |  October 10, 2012 at 1:07 pm

    My dog had surgery was was very sick this morning so I missed the webinar. It says the recording will be up in a few weeks. Will we be notified when this happens?

    • 4. Kim Mohiuddin  |  October 10, 2012 at 2:11 pm

      Cherie, Jason will alert me when the video is posted to his blog, and I’ll share the permalink here.


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