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Pat Kendall, NCRW
Author / eResume Expert / Job Search Strategist

With 25+ years of experience in strategic resume writing and 15 years serving the web-based job market, Pat Kendall knows how to write resumes that get results.

Pat Kendall's keyword-based resumes are designed to leverage your most relevant strengths and give you the edge you need in our highly competitive job market. Pat writes resumes for executives, career changers, solopreneurs, and job seekers at all stages with less-than-perfect backgrounds.

Pat is also a resume formatting expert -- whether you need a plain text resume, a compatible MS Word file, a brochure-style resume, or a web-hosted resume portfolio.

Based in the heart of Oregon's Silicon Forest, Pat has worked extensively with IT, high-tech, sales, marketing, multicultural, consulting, management, career change, and C-level executives worldwide. Google: Pat Kendall, NCRW

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Selected Articles by Pat Kendall, NCRW

Resume Writing Basics: 5 Steps for Success
Basic strategy for resume writing.

Interviewing Tips
Step-by-Step: How to prepare for an interview.

Cover Letter Tips
How to write a cover letter.

Electronic Resumes
A quick tutorial on the most popular types of electronic resumes – ASCII text, HTML, and scannable – plus tips on how to create, format, and e-mail text resumes.

Resume Vehicles: ASCII Text, HTML, and PDF
Learn about the differences between the most common types of electronic resumes.

Featured Resume
Thelma Levine
Joseph Krazinski
Featured Designs
Custom Brochure Style
Job Search Format

From the desk of Pat Kendall
Introduction to Resume Formats

The average job seeker will need:

For networkers and solopreneurs, the options extend to include more stylized designs and brochure styles:

As the web-based job market has expanded, web resumes, web portfolios, and web-hosted bios have become more common and can include all kinds of elements:

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