Resumes By: Crystal SippThe resume that gets you a job you are after.
Professional Resume Focuses the interviewer’s attention on your strongest points Gives you full credit for all your achievements Presents a positive picture of your best qualities
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2 Basic Types Both are resumes and both contain to the same basic Information. Functional – is selective and highlights those skills pertinent to your job objective Chronological – is used to combine all your experience and employment history simply written in order by date starting with the most recent position and working backwards.
The Basics All resumes have the following: ◦ Name ◦ Address ◦ Phone Number ◦ Career Objective ◦ Professional Profile ◦ Educational Information ◦ Description of Experience ◦ Employment History (Stating the dates of employment) ◦ Job Title ◦ Company Name ◦ City ◦ State
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