Gunda Misty. resume. October 12th , 2017.
There are a couple of things that should be foremost in your mind when attempting to create your resume. If you simply rely on the online forms provided by some career sites or other job boards, then you might end up losing out on a once in a lifetime opportunity.
Then again, maybe you've been thrown back into the job market unexpectedly. Your firm is downsizing or closing altogether. And it's left you unemployed.
1. You need to know where you want the resume to take you, and you need to make sure it's crystal-clear to the prospective employer. I can't emphasize this enough: Employers will not play a guessing-game to figure out what kind of work you want to do!
Awards for achievement or bonuses earned: Always keep a record of any awards or bonuses you receive. These could be certificates or names on a top producer plate in the office, or any trophies, or special mentions in emails or in the company newsletter. In addition, if you won any trips or were paid bonuses, either daily or weekly, make sure and mention these as well. The best place to mention these is at the end of your resume in the "Conclusion," or "In Summary" section. An example might be:
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