Believe it or not, the content of your resume frames the interview questions. Let's say you're a teacher and your resume states that you develop lesson plans. You are just stating the obvious. But what if it says " develop innovative lessons to stimulate creativity and critical thinking?" This statement will prompt questions about your creativity and leads the interviewer to the skill sets that you want to emphasize. The same can be said of every occupation. At Resumes Etc, we use wording that brings out the skills that you want to highlight in an interview, and it leads the interviewer into the direction that you want the interview to go.