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Free Resume Worksheet to Build Your Resume

“I need a resume.”

Where to begin? With a resume worksheet, of course!

Get a Free Worksheet to Help Build Your Resume

Free Resume Worksheet to help build and write your resume - downloadable. From Word Wise at Nonprofit Copywriter.

Whether you’re building a resume for the first time or you’re updating yours after years in the employment market, this 6-page freebie worksheet is a good place to get started.

  • It is a place to gather your information in one place
  • It removes the panic, frustration, fear, worry, distress, and a host of other not-so-fun elements out of putting together your resume.
  • It guides you through each section of your resume and explains what to list.
  • It’s a good tool to use if you don’t want to put together your information in one sitting, you need to do some research and come back to record it, or you simply like to work in short sections at a time.
  • It's a tool to use both now and later. Update the worksheet as you accumulate experience over the weeks, months, and years.

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