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Susan Ireland's Resume Service
As owner of "Susan Ireland's Resume Service" in San Francisco and Berkeley, Susan supervises a team of writers who work with job seekers from all occupations and levels of employment. She also serves as instructor at Alumnae Resources (a career center in San Francisco with 110,000 client-visits per year).
Susan is the author of three books, including "The Complete Idiot's Guide to the Perfect Resume."
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