A resume builder guides you through the process of building your resume. A resume is a history of your occupational skills. Remember to have company names, addresses, dates you worked at the job and a brief description of your responsibilities. Also have on hand the contact name of your supervisor and a company phone number. If your supervisor no longer works at that company, then you may include him as a reference along with his/her current contact information.
In addition to supplying a resume at the interview, most companies will require you to fill out the same information on their form. You will then sign a statement witnessing to statements or information you furnished. This signed statement verifies that you are being truthful. If later, the company determines that you have falsified information on a job application, they can dismiss the employee without cause.
If you prefer not to use a Resume Builder tool, you may create your resume in a word processing program like Microsoft Word.