ResumeThe resume gets you the job you are after. The effectiveresume summarizes employable you at a glance. Aprofessional resume is a self-marketing tool tailored to youcareer objectives. I tis the first link between you and thepotential employer. A professional resume focuses heinterviewer’s attention on your strongest points, gives youfull credit for all your achievements, and presents a positivepicture of your best qualities.
ResumeAn effective resume is built from carefully chosen data. Animportant preliminary to resume writing is the gathering andprocessing of the data you need for your resume. The twobasic types of resume formats are functional andchronological. The functional resume is selective and onlyhighlights those skills pertinent to your job objective. Thechronological resume is used to combine all your experienceand employment history simply written in order by datestarting with the most recent position and workingbackwards. The functional and chronological resume bothoffer the same basic information: name, address, phonenumber, career objective, professional profile, educationalinformation, description of experience, and employmenthistory stating the dates of employment job title, andcompany name, city and state. The difference is only in howthe information is presented.
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Diagram on 8 Basic Info forResumes Name Address Phone Number Career Objective Professional Profile Educational Information Description of Employment Experience History
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