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Marketing yourself starts with a good resume. …

Marketing yourself starts with a good resume.

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Resume Types. Retrieved from: http://jobsearch.about.com/od/resumes/p/resumetypes.htm

Resume Blunders: 150 Funniest Resume Mistakes, Bloopers Blunders Ever. Retrieved from https://jobmob.co.il/blog/funniest-resume-mistakes/

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  • 1. RESUMES Katherine Chin
  • 2. Résumé► is a summary of youreducation, training, experience, andother job qualifications►this personal sheet is a vitalcomponent of most career searches► a tool for marketing one’s self
  • 3. Résumé Formats Main types of résumé: Chronological format Functional format Targeted format
  • 4. Chronological Resume starts by listing your work history, withthe most recent position listed first your jobs are listed in reversechronological order with your current, ormost recent job, first employers typically prefer this type ofresume because its easy to see what jobsyou have held previously
  • 5. Functional Resumea functional resume focuses on yourskills and experience, rather than onyour chronological work historyit is used most often by people whoare changing careers or who havegaps in their employment history
  • 6. Targeted Resume a resume that is customized so that itspecifically highlights the experienceand skills you have that are relevant tothe job you are applying forit definitely takes more work to writea targeted resume than to just click toapply with your existing resume
  • 7. Components of a Résumé Personal Data and Contact Info Career Objectives Educational Attainment Work Experience Achievements Trainings & Seminars Attended Affiliations References
  • 8. Personal Datagives the prospective employerdetails of your name, address, andtelephone number.STEPHEN JOHN ABADIES1508 Poblacion Pardo, Cebu City0923-887-2942Stephenj_abadies@yahoo.com
  • 9. Career ObjectivesThe part wherein you will write theposition you desired.This is the most of important part of theresume that’s often neglected.Objective: To become a Finance Officer ofCitibank.
  • 10. Educational Attainment your school experiences is animportant component of your résuméThis component should include:for Tertiary Level- thecourse, school, address of school andyears attendedfor Primary and secondary – the
  • 11. Tertiary B.S. Business Administration Major in Financial Management University of San Jose-Recoletos Magallanes St. Cebu City 2009-2013Secondary Holy Rosary School of Pardo El Pardo Cebu City 2004-2008Primary Pardo Elementary School Pardo, Cebu City 1998-2004
  • 12. Work ExperiencesThese are your previous jobsexperiencesFresh graduates can highlight theirachievements since they don’t havework experience yet
  • 13. AchievementsA résumé may also list of any honors orawards that you have receivedAchievements Consistent Dean’s Lister USJR 2009-2013 President USJR-Psych Society 2012-2013
  • 14. Trainings & Seminars AttendedA comprehensive list of the trainings andseminars that you have attended that areconnected to the position you’re applyingforSeminars Attended The Pscyh Industrial World Trade Hall- SM Cebu March 2012 Today’s Work Ethics Radisson Blu November 2011
  • 15. AffiliationsA part wherein you will state theorganizations you are affiliated withAffiliations Execom Member READS University of San Jose-Recoletos 2012-2013 Member Psychology Society University of San Jose-Recoletos 2009-2013
  • 16. References a list of people who can verify yourskills and competences. these individuals may beteachers, previousemployers, supervisors, or businesscolleagues
  • 17. References DDr. Raymundo C. Rosada Jr. Chairperson- DPLIS University of San Jose Recoletos 0922-881-5636 Atty. Harve B. Abella Esq. Lawyer Abella Abella & Associates 0917-623-5523 Mr. Richard Gutierrez Accounts Manager Citibank 0922-881-3496
  • 18. X X X XX
  • 19. MISSPELLED WORDS Languages: “Speak English and Spinach.” wrong spelling of name “I often use a laptap.” “Received a plague for Salesperson of theYear.” “Reason for leaving last job: maturity leave.” “I’m intrested to here more about that.
  • 20. WRONG WORDS Job Duties: “Answer phones, filepapers, respond to customer e-mails, take odors.” Education: “I have a bachelorette degree incomputers.” Educational background: “Highschool was aincredible experience.” Work experience: “Responsibilities includedchecking customers out.”
  • 21. UNNECESSARY INFORMATION Awards: “National record for eating 45 eggs intwo minutes.” Salary requirements: “The higher the better.” Objective: “I need money because I have billsto pay and I would like to have a life, go outpartying, please my young wife with gifts, and havea menu entrée consisting of more than soup.” Achievements: “Nominated for prom queen” “I have an excellent track record, although I amnot a horse.”
  • 22. Thank You

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