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Résumé After Hours at Michigan Works in Cadillac


News Release                                  
January 8, 2015

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Dan Boss, Communications Specialist
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Résumé After Hours at Michigan Works in Cadillac


CADILLAC, MI – Professionals who want to update their résumés can learn the tips and tricks of successful résumé development at a Résumé After Hours event January 20 at Northwest Michigan Works! in Cadillac. The event will run from 5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at the Career Café located inside the Michigan Works! Center at 401 Lake Street.

Résumé After Hours is designed for professionals who are looking to move into a new job or advance at their current place of employment, but don’t have time to attend a job search workshop during the day. Discussion topics will include résumé types, common mistakes, current job search trends, and future employment opportunities. There will also be an opportunity for a quick critique of current résumés.

There is no charge to attend the event. Participants should bring their current résumé if they have one, but those without a résumé are also encouraged to attend. More information is available by calling 231-876-1630.


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