Studies have shown that getting an ex-offender a steady job reduces the likelihood that the ex-offender will return to prison. Unfortunately, that is easier said than done, as ex-offenders often have many roadblocks that make it difficult for even the most diligent and earnest job seekers to find a job. However, the ex-offender who reads and studies this manual will receive practical information that will help increase the odds of finding employment. Information about beating frustration, organizing for a job search, and even where to look for available positions will help the ex-offender overcome the obstacles to steady employment. CORM uses this manual as part of its job readiness courses for ex-offenders.Resume A resume is a brief summary and listing of your skills, experience, and qualifications. ... Following is the format of a typical resume: HEADING Should include your full name, your mailing address, a reliable telephone number, and ananbsp;...
|Title||:||I Need A J-O-B! the Ex-Offender's Job Search Manual|
|Author||:||Louis N. Jones|
|Publisher||:||Conquest Books - 2005-05|