Newspaper Columns/Articles
  • Employment Times

  • The Business Journal

  • Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

  • The Military Times, Second Careers

  • City Edition

  • Voice Monthly

  • Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle

  • Mensa of Wisconsin - Wiscom

  • University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Post

  • Scholar Magazine: The Student and Alumni Journal of Strayer University "Demilitarize Your Resume" by Doris Appelbaum
    Summer, 2005

  • and others!

Radio and Television
  • Episode 1 features Doris Appelbaum/CEO, Appelbaum's Resume Professionals, Inc.

    The initial episode of this eight-part series, part of MPTV's "Finding Work Initiative," explores SE Wisconsin's job market, and examines the challenges of obtaining work in a troubled economy. Individuals from diverse backgrounds are profiled, including a school teacher searching for work in her field, an employed ex-inmate, and Doris Appelbaum, an internationally recognized resume writer.  Channel 10.1

Viewing schedule for MPTV series, "JOBS"

  • WISN-TV Evening News: Layoff Survival

  • WDJT-TV, The Barry Silberg Show

  • WLTQ-FM, Light on Milwaukee

  • WZER-AM, Host of Career Fair on the Air & Career Quest

  • WOKY-AM, Let’s Talk Real Estate

  • WISN-AM, Money Sense

  • WRIN-AM, Ask Attorney Eisenberg

  • Jacqueline Marcell's Coping with Caregiving

Magazine Columns/Articles
  • The Scholar

  • North Shore Lifestyle

  • Military Spouse Magazine

  • The Gladiator

  • Military Wives Ezine


  • About US


  • IT Recruiter

  • Wisconsin Woman

  • Forward

  • Careers in Nursing

  • and others!

Presentations – Military
  • Department of Defense (DOD) – Washington DC

  • Great Lakes Naval Station - IL

  • Luke Air Force Base - AZ

  • U.S. Air Force 440th Division - WI

  • U.S. Army Recruiting Station – WI

  • Veterans’ Affairs – DWD - WI

Presentations – Civilian
  • NYC Job Expo IV (2002)

  • Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Career Fairs

  • Personnel Strategies, Inc. Career Fair

  • Career Fair

  • Wisconsin CPA Group

  • Women for Hire Career Fair

  • Glendale Chamber of Commerce

  • Mensa Regional Gatherings

  • numerous colleges and universities

  • Job Forum


  • Barnes and Noble

  • Harry W. Schwartz

  • Borders Bookstores

  • Singlefest

  • and more….

TCF Bank - Glendale, WI: 2006 and 2007


Books which have published resumes written by Doris Appelbaum:

Military-to-Civilian Resumes and Letters:
How to Best Communicate Your Strengths to Civilian Employers
Carl S. Savino, Major, USAR (Ret.) and
Ronald L. Krannich, Ph.D
Impact Publications - Summer, 2007

Expert Resumes for Military-to-Civilian Transitions
Wendy S. Enelow and Louise M. Kursmark
Jist Works - America's Career Publisher - 2006

No-Nonsense Resumes:
The Essential Guide to Creating Attention-Grabbing Resumes that get Interviews and Job Offers
Wendy S. Enelow and Arnold G. Boldt
Career Press - 2006

No-Nonsense Job Interviews
Published by Career Press - 2008
Author: Arnold G. Boldt


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From an Iraq War Veteran (U.S. Marine)
Just to try and help you out a little bit; Starting out a comment to someone that is being positive, encouraging, and helpful to Veterans especially on a topic that is especially helpful to those transitioning like yourself with a delivery of, "This is Fluff" comes off insulting and is insulting. I can understand that it is frustrating at times to locate solid information for these type of things. I would encourage you or others to read the great article that Amanda Clark wrote because it has great information and is valuable as Doris stated in her post. Furthermore, I would then encourage you to pay someone like Doris, or Amanda for their skills and knowledge in their area of expertise if you are in the hunt for this type of support. This way you can get the full answers you are looking for. You get what you pay for generally speaking, not to mention in my experience paying for a service adds more value to what you invest into it and what you get out of it. I speak, grunt brother, so my hope is that you don't alienate yourself from valuable relationships that can help to benefit your future. I am guilty of this in my life. I wish you the best. You can do anything you want to if you want to bad enough. S/F.Chad, a Marine, May 19, 2013


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