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Resumes, Bios, and LinkedIn: Connecting/Networking for the 21st Century

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Everyone should have a resume! In order to gain employment, a resume is required and it is crucial for job-seekers to take a proactive approach to their search. If a resume is requested, the job-seeker should be prepared! You never know when you will have chance meeting with someone who says 'Send me your resume.' If you are not currently seeking a position, you should still have an updated resume. The last thing you want is to throw it together and provide something less than stellar. A resume is a marketing tool. To craft one properly, it requires a strategy, time, research, and an understanding of what is required in this difficult market.

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  • Michelle Riklan

    With a combined 20+ years of in-house corporate and targeted consulting experience, Michelle services large corporations as well as small businesses and individuals in all aspects of human resources and career management. As a consultant, she has had the opportunity to work in a wide range of industries including advertising, publishing, non-profit, healthcare, hospitality, pharmaceuticals, financial services, E-commerce and much more.

    Michelle holds a B.A. in Theatre, English Literature and Speech Communications from Hofstra University. While beginning her corporate career, she pursued and completed a M.A. in Speech and Interpersonal Communications from New York University where she also served as an Instructor in Voice and Diction/Public Speaking. Utilizing her education and presentation skills, she continued a career path in Human Resource Management. Her generalist background is all inclusive, but her areas of expertise include employment, employee relations, and training and development.

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