resume. Friday , August 11th , 2017 - 00:37:20 AM
*Chronological This is the most commonly used type of resume. Because its arranged by time, a chronological resume is the easiest to organize and write. Its also the easiest to read (which is another plus in the sales and marketing process!) The Chronological Resume is the standard, tried and true resume format, which I recommend to 95% of my clients. Why? Because it works! A chronological resume is the right choice when you are continuing in the same occupation and/or industry; when your career shows a clear pattern of increasing levels of responsibility; and when your employment history has no significant gaps. Dangers: Any gaps in your work history will stand out like a sore thumb. Limited work experience can also be very apparent. And if past jobs dont tie-in directly to the type of positions youre seeking now, or if youre changing careers completely, it may be tougher to sell your capabilities to a new employer using the Chronological Resume.
"At Safeco International, I excelled by making an aggressive number of outbound prospecting calls. In this hunter position, I was able to secure as many as five new appointments each day."
In the job search process, your cover letter is your first opportunity to explain why your experience is a good fit for the companys needs. You will want to highlight all of the similarities between the work that is outlined in the job description and the experience that you have accumulated throughout your continued education and volunteer work. Most employers do not make hiring decisions based soley on a beautiful cover letter or well-written resume, but this is your chance to sell them on how you can add value to their organization and team.
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