When changing careers, even the most evil villains need some resume-writing magic.
Think your resume is a nightmare? You're not alone! Writing a good resume is not an easy task, especially if you have a bumpy career history. Luckily, there are pros to help you tell the best version of your career story.
In honor of Halloween, we asked Lynda F., a TopResume writer, to help a very special client who 'Must Not Be Named' transition to a career in education.
Learn more about how Lynda helped Volde- em, Tom Riddle highlight his magical skill set and leadership potential for jobs in a classroom setting, and check out the finished product below. Click on the following link for a look at all our nightmare resume makeovers.
Tom Marvolo Riddle (a.k.a. Voldemort)
How Lynda F., a TopResume writer, helped He Who Must Not Be Named:
"Tom was eager to redeem himself after some failed leadership roles. He recently went back to school to get a degree in education and is seeking to move into a classroom setting. I used a career change resume format to showcase Tom's abilities and demonstrate how they could be leveraged in a new role."
If you're considering a career change, take a page from Voldemort's spell book. Consider investing in a course, degree, or certification program to help fill a skill gap and make you a more attractive candidate to prospective employers.
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*Please note: We took some creative license with this resume rewrite. TopResume does not recommend including a profile picture in your resume.
Need more help? Click on the following link for more tips on smoothing out a bumpy career history.
A TopResume professional resume writer can help bring some magic to your career change.
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