The word resume is a noun. Resume means (1) a summary of your academic and work history, (2) short descriptive summary (of events).
Resume is also a verb that means (1) take up or begin anew, (2) return to a previous location or condition, (3) give a summary (of), (4) assume anew.
The following articles and web pages elaborate on the word resume.
Browse this resume service directory for information about resume services in the United States of America. The photograph on this page depicts a curriculum vitae and a job resume.
Monster, founded in 1994, is a huge website for both job seekers and employers. Users can search job ads and also post their resumes. There is advice on job seeking and resume preparation. Employers can post jobs, search resumes, screen applicants and streamline the hiring process. There is also information about moving for people who have to relocate. The website gets users started.
USAJobs is the official job site of the United States Federal Government. This site lists jobs that users can search. It also contains information about the civil service exam, working for the federal government, compiling a resume, an orientation, information for people with disabilities, educational opportunities for students, information for veterans, and employer services.
The following articles provide recent resume-related news.
The White House offered to provide the the Big Ten with enough COVID-19 tests for play to begin, but it sourced the tests from a private company instead, officials said.
ABC News. Thursday, 17 Sep 2020 11:58:59 -0400.