You have got just 30 seconds

On average, that's how long a consulting recruiter spends on your resume before deciding whether to skip it or consider you for an interview.

On average, that's how long a consulting recruiter spends on your resume before

deciding whether to skip it or consider you for an interview. Because even

though your resume will not get you a consulting job, it is essential to getting

your foot in the door of a top firm and putting your candidacy into serious

consideration. That's why your resume must convincingly present your consulting

skills and capabilities. This Insider Guide will show you how to do just that,

even if you don't have any consulting experience.

Turn to this WetFeet Insider Guide to explore

  • How resumes are used in the consulting recruiting process
  • How cover letters are used in the recruiting process
  • Insider tips for resume content and format
  • What consulting recruiters look for when reviewing a resume
  • How to improve the quality and marketability of your resume
  • About buzzword bozos, or the quickest line between your resume and the trash can
  • Reviews and rewrites of resumes and cover letters from real consulting hopefuls

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