resume. Saturday , May 13th , 2017 - 22:37:28 PM
When I say, What are you sending, what I really mean is, What is it that you are offering? How does your resume of three years from now differ from what you have at this moment? Have you been promoted or moved to another, more exciting or cutting edge area, jumped to another company or switched fields? Have you been placed on a team or project that tests your abilities and has high visibility? What have you contributed that is remarkable, memorable, and profitable? Not sure? Thats where the career strategy comes into play.
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:
As for literal "youth," if you don't have much on your resume yet, I see no reason not to leverage what you do have to work with.
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