Answered By: Celita Ávila
Last Updated: Jul 21, 2015     Views: 13

We have TONS of resume writing books in the Reference (2nd floor) and Circulation (3rd floor) collections. There are also free web sites which give examples such as Career Onestop.

We don't normally recommend paying for a service, but if you'd like an easy online option, I have recent experience with the very easy to use My Perfect Resume resume builder. You can upload a word document right into a template or start from scratch. Now in order for you to download a copy of the resume, they will charge a minimal fee of around $3 and set up a monthly subscription for you. Sneaky! But just download your final copy then cancel the subscription right away in your account settings. They make it very clear and easy to do.

Hope this helps!

Celita Ávila

SAC Librarian

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