Strategies for Kick-Starting Your New Resume Business
June 02, 2006 (11:14:35 am)
Julien Sharp, one of the creators of AWAI’s Resume Program shares her strategies for starting your new resume business.
Strategies for Handling a Client’s Employment Gaps, Part 2
May 17, 2006 (11:13:59 am)
Resume Writer, Julien Sharp explains her strategies for handling a client’s employment gaps.
Strategies for Handling a Client’s Employment Gaps
May 05, 2006 (11:13:40 am)
AWAI Board of Advisor and Resume Writers, Julien Sharp’s strategies for handling a client’s employment gaps.
Resumes for the Executive Set: How to Price Your Services for the High-End Market
April 19, 2006 (11:13:19 am)
Resume Writer, Julien Sharp discusses how to price your services for the high-end market.
Resumes for Career Changers: How to Turn a Big Transition Into Cash
April 05, 2006 (11:12:58 am)
Julien Sharp explains how one of the most lucrative, interesting – and challenging – resume opportunities lies in writing for clients who want to switch careers.
Resumes for Young People: How Much Should You Charge for Your Services?
March 22, 2006 (11:12:44 am)
Julien Sharp explains how much you should charge young clients for your services.
How to Turn Every Situation Into a Marketing Opportunity … and Spend Fewer Ad Dollars to Land More Clients
March 08, 2006 (11:12:28 am)
Julien Sharp explains how you can turn every situation into a marketing opportunity and spend fewer ad dollars to land more clients.
Concrete and Quantifiable: Show an Employer How Your Client Can Help Make – Or Save – Him Money
February 22, 2006 (11:11:21 am)
Julien Sharp explains how to show an employer how your client will improve their business.
How to Write an “Objective” that Gets a Client Interviews
February 07, 2006 (11:10:48 am)
Julien Sharp explains how to write an “objective” that will get your client an interview.
Not Your Father’s Resume … Helping Your Clients With a 21st Century Job Search
January 25, 2006 (11:10:34 am)
Julien Sharp explains how creating resumes that get results is completely different in this computer age, and the major reasons why.