A) Yes, the unemployment office can help with a resume. In most states, unemployment offices have staff members who can provide assistance with resume writing, job search strategies, and other job search resources. They can help you with the following:
- Review your resume and provide feedback.
- Help you identify your skills and strengths.
- Teach you how to write a resume that is tailored to the specific jobs you are applying for.
- Help you with the formatting and layout of your resume.
- Provide you with examples of resumes that have been successful in getting jobs.
In some cases, the unemployment office may also be able to provide you with free resume writing software or online resources.
If you are interested in getting help with your resume from the unemployment office, you can usually just walk in to your local office and ask for assistance. However, it is always a good idea to call ahead and make an appointment, especially if you are in a busy office.
Here are some additional resources that can help you with your resume:
- The Department of Labor’s website: https://www.dol.gov/ has a section on resumes and cover letters that includes tips and templates.
- Indeed.com: https://www.indeed.com/career-advice/resumes-cover-letters has a resume builder and a blog with resume tips.
- Monster.com: https://www.monster.com/career-advice/article/how-to-write-a-resume has a resume guide and resume templates.
I hope this helps!