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Debra Wheatman

Debra Wheatman is a certified professional resume writer and career coach, and the president of Careers Done Write, a leader in professional resume and career services. Debra is a globally recognized expert in the field of career planning and management, with more than 18 years of experience in corporate human resources. She has formed partnerships with more than 10,000 job seekers, advising people from diverse backgrounds in connection with career advancement, and can package executive level skills and accomplishments in a compelling and creative way to generate interest on behalf of decision makers at leading corporations. Debra has been featured on Fox Business News and CNN, and has been quoted in such publications as The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, and Forbes.com. You can reach Debra directly at debra@careersdonewrite.com or via phone at 732.444.2854.

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  • 3 Dos & Don’ts for Your Education Section in Your Resume May 31, 2017 by Debra Wheatman - A truly great resume should highlight your relevant work experience and educational achievements. Not only should the education section of your resume be concise, it should also relate to the job you are seeking to get. Hint: if you are applying for a marketing position and don’t have a marketing degree, showing you have taken ...
  • Tell Me About A Time When You Had To Deal With Conflict On The Job. May 30, 2017 by Debra Wheatman - Companies employ behavioral interview questions based on the belief that investigation into past behavior is the best predictor of future behavior. The problem with behavioral interview questions is that they fluster candidates, and can frequently screen out good performers. To prevent this from happening to you, you must practice, practice, practice your responses to behavioral ...
  • How to Write a Resume Summary May 26, 2017 by Debra Wheatman - Back in the old days when you decided to look for a new job, you sat down at a typewriter with some 80-pound paper and began click-clacking away. You typed up your resume, being sure that you included all of your previous positions and tasks performed. You included your name and your snail mail address, ...
  • 10 Office Etiquette Tips You NEED to Know May 25, 2017 by Debra Wheatman - For many, the transition from full-time student to full-time employee will be not without its difficulties. While colleges and universities do a good job of educating students on the content of their major course of study, they can really drop the ball when it comes to teaching them about the office etiquette realities of the ...
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