resume. Monday , April 17th , 2017 - 14:37:20 PM
The last part of your resume will probably receive little focus, so if you have a marketable skill or outstanding honor you should try to incorporate them in earlier sections of your resume.
Generally if a person is applying for a job in the trades in Canada or the United States, a one page resume will suffice. However, if you have many years of experience, numerous courses and qualifications, or other crucial pieces of information you wish to share, then by all means go on to the second page. On the other hand, if you do choose to use more than one page, make certain that you fill up almost, if not all, of the entire second page. If your writing only fills up a few lines or even just a quarter of a page, take out unnecessary or repetitive information, or change the formatting of the document to make everything fit neatly onto one page, while still ensuring that the text is legible and well spaced. Regardless of your experience and credentials, most employers in a trade will simply scan the first page of your document to make sure you meet their needs.
You do not need to add every little detail about your education right from high school to graduation. No employer wants to know what you studied in your high school. Just give a brief outlook about your education and mention only those subjects that you think are associated with the job profile. Leave out your marks if you want as most employers are not interested in your marks but the skills that you have for the job.
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