Transactional Experience

"Keep your resume to one-page, but include a separate 'Transactional Experience' list," recommends Anthony LoPinto, Founder of SelectLeaders, and Global Real Estate Sector Leader at KornFerry International, the world's largest Executive Search Firm. "List what you worked on, and your personal role or involvement. Your resume gets you in the door; your Transactional Experience list allows your in-depth industry knowledge and experience shine through. Even an Intern should do this." We are told our Resume Writing Service is one of the best, and offers a free resume evaluation as well as guarantees you'll get an interview in 30 days or they will rewrite it for free. However no one can do the Transactional Experience list better than you. While there is no substitute for a good one-page resume, updating your transactional experience is one of the best ways to personally evaluate the experience you have, and hope to add, whether you stay in your current job or look for new opportunities.

Susan Phillips, CEO SelectLeaders
March 16, 2016

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