resume. Wednesday , April 12th , 2017 - 23:37:22 PM
Today, there are many people that use a bio as well as a resume when applying for a position. Since a BIO is a perfect means of introduction, it allows the author a method of explaining a bit about themselves as well as their services and their company's mode of operation. Most often you will find entrepreneurs, artists, writers, business owners, professionals and consultants utilizing a BIO but it can work in various other situations. The true purpose of a BIO is to convince those who are reading it that they should be interested in you. Primarily it should inspire the reader to feel confidence in your ability and encourage them to consider your work or services.
And let's face it. Not every resume writer is necessarily talented to provide you with The Resume that's going to knock the socks off your potentially new employer.
After your resumes introductory paragraph that outlines your commitment, goals, traits, and skills, and following your areas of expertise/core competencies, include the section (either education and credentials or professional experience) that is the most applicable to your desired career. For example, if you have more relevant education than experience, list education and credentials first. However, if your post-secondary education was geared toward a different field, yet you have at least some related hands-on experience that correlates with the job your are applying for, then list the experience first. If you do not have relevant education or experience, put the education and credentials section first, and try to strengthen your introductory paragraph instead.
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