resume. Wednesday , November 08th , 2017 - 13:37:23 PM
Writing an education resume can be a lengthy and brain draining process. If you have never written one before, or havent written one for awhile, it may feel overwhelming. Creating your resume is one of those things in life that has to be done from time to time. Be assured that if you take it one step at a time, it will be a painless process.
Summary Section: At the top of your resume, you should include a brief (and I'm talking two or three sentences) "Summary Section" where you list the specific skills and experience you have that match up to the position/job you are applying for. While writing a summary section is often neglected by job applicants, it acts as an easy and quick way for a hiring manager to quickly scan your resume and make a judgement on whether they want to read your resume or not. This is easy (and highly effective) if you just take a few minutes to do it right.
Now that you have the content ready, and you know what you want to include in your resume, be sure to present everything in a well organized manner. Place the cover letter in front. The cover letter will explain why you are applying for the job, and why your skills are a good fit for the job. Don't send in cookie cutter cover letters. If you have downloaded some samples, be sure to customize them to the positions that you are applying for.
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