Get Expert Help Improving Your Résumé

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The professionals from Ohio Means Jobs will be at Mentor Public Library’s Main Branch from 10 to 11:30 a.m. on Wednesday, January 21, offering suggestions on how to write (or rewrite) a résumé. If you bring in your current résumé, you can receive individualized advice and personal help.

A recent Gallup Poll showed that only 30 percent of people in the United States feel engaged at work. (Sadly, that’s ahead of the global average of 13 percent.) Most of the remaining 70 percent probably still prefer their job to unemployment. However, there are a lot of people out there who wouldn’t mind updating their résumé.

Why not get help from the experts?

Mentor Library is teaming up with Ohio Means Jobs for programs throughout the year to help career-seekers. In February, it is hosting a computer class specifically for job hunters and, in March, it will offer advice on how to ace job interviews.

This is in addition to the computer classes on how to use Facebook, Microsoft Word, Publisher and email that the library has scheduled for this February.

All of these programs are free and open to everybody. Anyone who is interested can register for them on Mentor Library’s site or call the library at (440) 255-8811 ext. 216.

Gabe Arnold
Author: Gabe Arnold