Preparing a resume that will attract prospective employers is a two-part exercise. First comes knowing how to summarise and advertise one's skills and background clearly and concisely. Just as important is knowing how to get the most out of a computer's word processing software - employing available typesetting techniques to make a resume attractive to look at and easy to read. In today's job market it's better yet if the resume is Internet-friendly and e-mailable. Author Pat Criscito presents a virtually fail-safe 12-step process for producing that perfect resume in all formats needed for a job search, and how to create a dynamic cover letter that stands out from the crowd. It includes scores of model resumes.