WHERE TO START?
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WHAT'S IN A NAME
WORK EXPERIENCE, EDUCATION & SKILLS
is the first step in any successful job
require a resume before accepting any application, regardless of the
position or its pay.
When you're hunting
for a job, the
is your introduction. An effective
gets employers interested in making
person-to-person contact with you.
that most resumes are scanned very quickly -- for less than a minute.
must clearly, concisely and strategically present your
qualifications, and show how you can help employers solve the
problems they currently face in their business.
needs to convey three things to those who read it:
You have the
skills, talent and personal qualities to accomplish those things
that are important to an employer.
You have a history
of training, accomplishments and/or experience to substantiate
You will be an
asset to the organization insofar as you facilitate the
operations, have positive work attitudes and get along with
You need a
and you need it now.
opportunities can arise unexpectedly. You must be
prepared for anything at any time. Having a
resume handy from the outset of a job search enables
you to take advantage of what may come along the way.
WHERE TO START?
TYPES OF RESUMES
There are two basic types of resumes, but there are any number of
combinations and variations. No one style is best. Try
different styles until you find one that clearly points out why you
should get an interview.