13. Use the Web.
Look online for tried and true resume help. Look for other resumes that have been successful (i.e. landed a job) and even those that have not and make adjustments accordingly. Notice the successful ones are short and to the point. Work to make yours look just like that.
14. Easy on the eye.
Some of the best resume help you can get starts with aesthetics. Pick a business appropriate font and print it in black ink on white paper. There’s nothing professional about blue ink, or faded print.
15. Sell yourself.
Give yourself credit for what you have accomplished and be confident. The resume is going to get your foot in the door. You want it to show you have the necessary qualifications for the job and the confidence to get the job done. Go get ‘em tiger!