Table of contents for Resume buzz words / Erik Herman and Sarah Rocha.


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Contents
Introduction
Part One	Industry Buzz Words
Chapter One	Accounting and Finance
Chapter Two	Administrative
Chapter Three	Aerospace
Chapter Four	Apparel, Fashion, and Textiles
Chapter Five	Architecture, Construction, and Engineering
Chapter Six	Arts, Entertainment, Sports, and Recreation
Chapter Seven	Automotive
Chapter Eight	Biotech and Pharmaceuticals
Chapter Nine	Communications
Chapter Ten	Computers and Mathematics
Chapter Eleven	Education and Library Sciences
Chapter Twelve	Engineering
Chapter Thirteen	Executive and Managerial
Chapter Fourteen	Food and Beverages/Agriculture
Chapter Fifteen	Government
Chapter Sixteen	Health and Medical
Chapter Seventeen	Hotels and Restaurants
Chapter Eighteen	Human Resources
Chapter Nineteen	Insurance
Chapter Twenty	Legal and Protective Services
Chapter Twenty-One	Marketing and Sales
Chapter Twenty-Two	Printing and Publishing
Chapter Twenty-Three	Real Estate
Chapter Twenty-Four	Retail
Chapter Twenty-Five	Science
Chapter Twenty-Six	Service
Chapter Twenty-Seven	Social and Human Services
Chapter Twenty-Eight	Technical
Chapter Twenty-Nine	Transportation and Travel
Chapter Thirty	Visual and Performing Arts
Part Two	Powerful Words for Every Resume
Chapter Thirty-One	Effective Action Verbs and Adverbs
400 Action Verbs
400 Adverbs
Chapter Thirty-Two	Desirable Traits for Potential Employees 
60 Positive Job-Related Traits
Part Three	A Handbook for Jobseekers
Chapter Thirty-Three	Resumes and Cover Letters
Resume Format: The Mechanics of a Good First Impression
Electronic Resumes: An Increasingly Essential Tool
Organizing Your Resume: Possible Formats
Resume Content: Selling Yourself
Professional Resume Writers: Getting Help 
Cover Letters: Quick, Clear, and Concise
Thank-You Letters: Another Way to Stand Out
Chapter Thirty-Four	Launching a Successful Job Search
The Basics: Beginning a Job Search
Direct Contact: The Most Effective Method
Interviewing: Be Prepared
The Balancing Act: Looking for a Job While Currently Employed
When Youíre Fired or Laid Off: Picking Yourself Back Up
The College Student: Conducting Your First Job Search




Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Resum‚es (Employment) Terminology, Job hunting Terminology