Rosetta Tordis. resume. March 14th , 2017.
Typically, the first job listed on your resume is the one you currently hold. In this case, make sure that your responsibilities are stated in present tense, as you are still responsible for them. For example, say "Manage accounting activities" instead of "Managed accounting activities." This will indicate to your potential employer what your day-to-day activities are like and how they compliment responsibilities of the job you are submitting your resume for. All previous jobs should be listed using past tense, and should start with active verbs such as managed, developed, accomplished, etc.
Companies today are moving quickly and looking for talent that can keep up, or better yet, bring cutting-edge ideas to give them a competitive advantage. A hiring managers first impression of you is most likely your resume, and if it says, Im old school, you are probably not getting the interviews you would like.
Education and Experience Section: These two sections are completely different, but their sequence in the document depends on experience. When a person does not have experience, then education section comes at the top and vice versa. In case if a person has part time experience or internship then also one should mention education section before professional experience. CV or resume is created to impress the recruiter hence the important or valuable information should be presented in the beginning of the document.
One of the first examples of such incredibly creative resumes is a resume in the form of a candy bar. Yes, you have read it correctly a candy bar! The author of this immensely sweet resume, Nicholas, applied for a marketing position and, as you might have guessed, got the job. The coverage of the candy bar included personal information, career experience and qualification. Ingredient section included the list of marketing areas where Nicolas had some experience. For those who are wondering if a candy bar was real, yes it was, and what is more, it was a delicious Nestle crunch bar.
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