resume. Tuesday , June 20th , 2017 - 05:37:19 AM
Changing careers can be one of the hardest things that a person does. You are going from what you know to something completely different. However, switching careers can be extremely rewarding as well. Perhaps you have always wanted to be an educator, but continued on in business, receiving promotion after promotion, until you lost sight of your dream. But now you are ready to get back on track and follow through with your desired career path. The first step is creating a whole new resume that highlights your education, relevant experience, and transferable skills.
Your resume should not be "canned". You dont have to purchase any books, only to get frustrated later on. In addition to having it free of spelling and grammatical errors, emphasis is needed to get our phone to start ringing. If you are going to get an interview, you need to stand out in every way possible.
Oh, many employment experts argue that a "professionally written resume" is an absolutely necessity in the competitive job market. But that just isn't so. No one understands your past accomplishments, the details of the jobs you've held, or how well you interacted with co-workers and supervisors as well as you do.
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