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									Writing That Resume

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Summary:
When preparing your resume make sure the skills you list are accurately
conveying your experience and knowledge in each area. It is also
recommended that time be spent reviewing the skills the company is
looking for in order to highlight these skills in a job interview or
cover letter. The cover letter should briefly outline any skills or
achievements that you might have and explain why you are a suitable
candidate for the position.

Make sure when creating your resume you ...


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Article Body:
When preparing your resume make sure the skills you list are accurately
conveying your experience and knowledge in each area. It is also
recommended that time be spent reviewing the skills the company is
looking for in order to highlight these skills in a job interview or
cover letter. The cover letter should briefly outline any skills or
achievements that you might have and explain why you are a suitable
candidate for the position.

Make sure when creating your resume you don’t have job functions that are
not related to your skills this can make the person hiring you believe
that you are not qualified for the job you are applying for and cause
them not to read the rest of your resume. Clearly highlight the special
skills and experience you have that the hiring manager is looking for.
The employer looking to fill the opening will be interested in the work
experience and job skills that correspond to the position they are trying
to fill.

What skills do you want to utilize. All you need are the basic skills and
knowledge:. A clear understanding of what specifically you have to offer;
Thorough knowledge of your market place and what is wanted; An excellent
command of the English Language.

For some job opening, employers receive hundreds and even thousands of
resumes. A resume makes it easier for employers to evaluate whether a
person who is applying for a job is a possible candidate. When creating a
resume there are key points that employers are looking for in a resume,
make sure you list the most important key points and keep the other less
important points off the resume. On the negative side narrow resume
objectives can be used by employers to eliminate a candidate, and often
objectives are over-used, generic, and state the obvious.
Because employers want to know in a few seconds what you can do. The
people who have similar careers to what you want will tell you about
their own personal experiences in obtaining and maintaining the job,
while those in human resources will be able to discuss what the employers
in that field are truly seeking.

Avoid clichés and don’t copy a resume format or wording from someone
else. Your resume outline is the blueprint to success containing
everything you need to fill-in-the-blanks of your resume regardless of
the format (chronological, functional, or combination).

The most popular style for resumes is the Chronological Resume. Practice
with a few, and then see how comfortable you are with that resume style
and your own employment history. To do this, you should choose a resume
style that is tailored to your educational and professional experience.

You can also access other people’s résumé’s that are posted online which
will give some great ideas for style and content.

								
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