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                                                             Job Resume
                                                         By Mario Churchill



    Looking for a job can be a daunting experience. Many employers today want a resume. The days of
going in to a place of employment and filling out an application are becoming a thing of the past. Many
buildings are very secure and only admit people with appointments, If you are looking for a
professional job, you will need to have a job resume. This can be intimidating to someone, particularly
to a young person who may have just graduated high school or college and has never had a job
resume.

There are plenty of ways to build a job resume, even for the novice. There are many different software
programs available for computers that can help anyone build a job resume. In addition, most word
processing programs have templates that can be used to build a job resume. Building a job resume is
not difficult.

A person who has just completed high school or college and is looking for a job may never have had
the opportunity to create a resume. They may be tempted to go to a professional resume service,
which can charge them quite a bit of money. This can be a good option but not necessary. Building a
good job resume is not difficult, particularly in the day and age of computers with spell check.

If you are building your first job resume, the first thing you should do is decide which type of job you are
seeking. If, for example, you are thinking about applying to be a teller at a bank, then you will need a
job resume that reflects the skills that a teller needs to have. A bank teller needs to be able to count
money, to deal with customers, to be able to balance their drawer and to be able to concentrate on
what they are doing. In addition, a bank teller must look and appear professional. If you have recently
completed high school and feel that you meet these qualifications, you may choose to build a job
resume for a Teller job.

At the top of your resume you will want to put down all of our personal contact information such as your
name, address, telephone number and e-mail address. You will also want to put down your
employment objective, which is a Bank Teller.

After this, you will want to list your education experience and anything within your educational
experience that can help you attain the teller job. If you were good in math, you should put this down.
Make sure you are accurate with your grade point average as they sometimes will ask for your high
school transcripts. You should also put down any clubs or activities to which you belonged when you

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were in high school. One of the most important aspects of being a teller is honesty. An employer tends
to think higher of a student who was involved in school activities and spent their time valuably than one
who just got by in high school.

Any prior employment experience, particularly if you have any cashier experience, should next be
listed on your job resume. Cashier experience is very important for anyone who wants to be a teller, it
shows that you already know how to handle money. Even if you do not have cashier experience, prior
work experience is a plus as it indicates that you were able to be gainfully employed and able to hold a
job for a length of time.

For a job resume for an entry level job such as a bank teller, you can list assets at the bottom of the
one page resume that you feel will help you gain the job. Be sure to mention the fact that you enjoy
working with people, are detail oriented and are honest. You should also be sure to list any awards or
accomplishments that you may have won during your lifetime.

You will most likely be asked for references, but these should not be added to your job resume. You
can put them on a separate sheet of paper. At least three references are needed and for a new high
school graduate, the best references can be found with your former teachers, neighbors who have
known you for a long time and any professional family friends. All of your references should be adults.

Once you have completed your first job resume, be sure to save it. Each time you learn anything new
at work or get a promotion, be sure to update your job resume. It is a good idea to continue to keep
your job resume updated at all times.

Mario Churchill is a freelance author and has written over 200 articles on various subjects. For more
information checkout http://www.amazingresumecreator.com.




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                                        Resume Writing and Preparation is Free Online
                                                             By Donna Monday



Resume Writing and Preparation is Free Online
 by: Donna Monday

Creating a strong resume is a very important part of applying for a job, either online or off line. There
are many resume writing services that will help you build an impressive resume for job interviews.

You can also learn how to write a resume for free by surfing the Internet for resume writing help. Many
sites will show you tips and advice on choosing a resume style that works best for you.

You can also find samples of resumes, resume templates, resume software, and examples of resume
cover sheets or letters.

Whether you’re looking to create a business resume, marketing resume, military resume, electronic
resume, accounting resume, nursing resume, acting resume, sales resume, teacher resume, executive
resume, student resume or a customer service resume, you can find great advice online with a little
research.

When preparing your resume, keep in mind that employers use resumes for several purposes:

Screen Applicants – Most employers will only look at a resume for about 30 seconds to determine
whether or not an applicant is a good fit for their organization.

Develop Interview Questions – Statements on your resume can be used to formulate questions they
may ask during an interview.

Communication Skills – Employers want to see how well you express yourself.

Qualifications – Employers will reference your resume when making hiring decisions based on how
closely your qualifications match their needs.

Writing a resume isn’t easy, but by studying various tips and advice, you can learn to create a type of
resume that will get you one step closer to your ultimate goal of finding a great job.




Copyright 2004

Donna Monday writes employment related articles for http://www.get-a-job-interview-quick-tips.com.




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