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HOW TO CREATE A RESUME
Transcript of HOW TO CREATE A RESUME
a resume Step three: Indicate the name of your school from which you are graduating and the year of graduation. Creating your resume is comparable to drawing a picture of your life. Six steps Reading
Self-confidence Always mentioned your strengths and soft skills in your resume. Work experience can come in the form of: Use action words to
describe your job duties. Communication skills Paid job
Class field trip
Childcare, babysitting, mother's helper
Lawn maintenance, housekeeping, newspaper route, etc. A good resume brings together your education, skills, personality traits, classroom experiences, and out-of-classroom experiences and offers them to an employer. Step two: Creating your job objective OR "What do you have to offer an employer? Most recent educational information is listed first.
Include your degree ( High School Diploma, A.S., B.S., B.A., etc.), major, institution attended, minor/concentration.
Add your grade point average (GPA) if it is higher than 3.0.
Mention academic honors. Step One: Your resume's heading should contain the following items: Heading Complete name and address
City, state and zip code
Contact telephone number (cellular and home)
E-mail address All your contact information should go at the top of your resume Marketable computer skills.
Vocabulary and knowledge of business systems.
Organizational and communication skills
Strong analytical and organizational skills
Computer skills to input data and handle correspondence
Honesty and loyalty.
Initiative and perseverance. Make sure you offer some form of the following skills: Computer knowledge, workplace terminology and operation of equipment, and personal work characteristics. Without a resume, you can’t even begin to compete, and an inferior resume will quickly eliminate you before you even have a fighting chance. That is why it is imperative to have a superior resume, one that effectively lets employers know what you can do for them. WHY YOU NEED A RESUME
In today’s job market, the resume has become the number one requirement potential employers request. Before an employer will take valuable time to interview you, he or she wants to meet you – on paper. How you impress that employer with your resume can, and will, make all the difference. Step five: There are top 10 Qualities that Employers Seek. Job objective Education Basic Skills Step four: All employers are looking for validation
that you have mastered the basic skills of: Specialized Skills Step six: Include your work experience in reverse chronological order. Workplace Experience By Diana Quintana
Elisa Perez Example: Thank you! Class BUS 180
January 23, 2013