David Bakke is a small business owner and author of a personal finance book. He now blogs about money management, careers, retirement, and more at Money Crashers Personal Finance. Read more...
Saving money when looking for work is a good goal, but one thing you don't want to skimp on is preparing a great resume.
Many people benefit from the services of a professional who has seen hundreds, if not thousands, of resumes and knows what sells. Since your resume is likely to be your first contact with potential employers, it pays to ensure that it's high-quality, error-free, and polished. And by implementing the money-saving tips above, you should be easily able to afford this small investment.
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