TopCounsellingSchools.org Approaches Resume Help in a Humorous Way

By: Ariel Weber - Published: Feb 11, 2013 • References: topcounselingschools.org and visual.ly
Demonstrating that infusing a bit of sexiness into branding always sells, the 'Anatomy of a Great Resume' infographic shows that it should be no different when putting together your resume for that great social media job opportunity you are seeking.

The infographic approaches resumes in a tongue-and-cheek manner and breaks down not only what employers are looking for when hiring, but also what job seekers should be including in their own resumes to make theirs stand out from the rest. The website TopCounsellingSchools.org, which compiled the list, also adds a humorous blooper section to demonstrate mistakes that can easily made when you don't proofread. For example, though this phrase "enjoy cookies Chinese and Italian" was intended to highlight their passion for cooking, it makes them look like a cannibal of sorts.

The next time you are seeking a junior social media job or seeking that great opportunity with ten years under your belt, take a gander through this to ensure you have everything.