resume. Tuesday , September 12th , 2017 - 18:37:18 PM
* Functional The Functional Resume organizes your accomplishments into distinct functional areas (hence, the name Functional.). Use the Functional Resume only if: (1) youve been a frequent job-changer, (2) youre re-entering the workforce after an absence of many years, (3) youre in the midst of a significant job or career shift, or (4) if youve been at the same job forever. Instead of having job titles as main headings, this style of resume is organized by functions or general areas of expertise. In a typical Functional Resume, dates are downplayed. Dangers: Employers tend to be wary of applicants who present this type of resume. They may suspect that the candidate is trying to cover up work-gaps in her background, or attempting to hide the fact that her experience is not directly relevant to the new positions responsibilities.
Informality Employers are not on board with the current job seeker fad of using I, me, and my in resumes. Stick to a formal approach using a telegraphic style which limits the use of a, the, and other articles. The document can still flow and tell your story!
Should you decide to use the objective, then be sure to explain the type of work you want. And don't use any more than four lines explaining this because the more brief and to the point you make your objective statement, the better chance you'll have to convey your message to the person skimming through hundreds of resumes.
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