Resumes and cover letters must adhere to one rule: Information must
be delivered in an attractive, concise and efficient manner. It should
scream ability and accomplishments (results oriented) not claim
responsibility (task oriented).
Prospective employers should be able to visualize you in your new position and that's key to getting positive feedback.
create resumes and cover letters for IT, project management
professionals, undergraduates seeking internships, and entrepreneurs
transitioning into corporate careers.