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Originally posted by, eetaipei, ipersonally, i would change your career objective a bit. That is solid advice. Also, advantages question - do you have professional experience? It looks like it only shows education. If you have any internships, co-opts, etc be sure to list them. It looks like your education is solid, but it would help to supplement with some sort of experience if possible. Business Plan Writer in Baltimore,. Business Plan Writer in New York.
Thank you, reply with" 18th September 2014, 04:32 am 3, resume help, i like that you add a lot of skills to your resume. Personally, i would change your career objective a bit. Recruiters don't really care what you want out of the job. Instead, they want to read a career objective that showcases your skills and how you can successfully fulfill the duties of the position. This is the most comprehensive resume guide on the internet. It will help you a bit with the formatting as it provides hundreds of free templates. Reply with" 24th may 2015, 02:19 am 4.
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I try to avoid the use of words with negative connotations in resumes. 7) It doesn't belong on the resume, but if hiring you i would want to know why you were interested in changing employers. Have a good short explanation that doesn't come across as too negative. Reply with" « Previous Thread next Thread » bookmarks bookmarks Posting Permissions. 14th August 2014, 12:59 pm 1, could someone please help me improve my resume and cover letter? Hi all, i am an 18 year old brit living in qld australia. I am going to apply to a few part-time/casual sales jobs at places like * smith and jb hifi in a couple of weeks, and have been trying to improve my resume and cover letter for.
This is my current resume:?uspsharing, and this is my cover letter:?uspsharing (note that the part in red i am still working on). I was just wondering if some helpful person would mind giving me a few pointers on what to change/add to the resume and cover letter. And should i mention that i am available any time (all story hours of work are suitable for me) on the cover letter? Thanks in advance, cheers, corey. Reply with" 14th August 2014, 07:19 essay pm 2, hi fishingFon, i think everything in your resume is fine. But why don't you try giving your marks in that resume too. I think that would help and of course you should mention the time which is suitable for that you can be assigned the correct job at correct time.
I'm used to engineering and lab tech resumes so this may differ but at first glance: 1) If you went temp to hire for the same position just list it as being hired. Make a verbal in the interview about it, but treat it as one item on the resume. 2) Left (or full) justify the main paragraphs, don't center them. This jumped at me with the summary. 3) Hopefully the drifting columns in the core competencies section are a result of Anon Resume, if not fix those too. 4) "Finished the job faster as well" comes across as a bit snarky.
Good point, but find another way to say. 5) Capitalization is inconsistent within the technical skills section. I'm not particularly concerned with more subtle grammar rules, but I have an aunt in hr who would routinely remove resumes due to these. If someone is going through a big stack they are looking for any reason to thin the stack. Don't give them a silly reason to not stick around and consider your job related skills. 6) I would used "beat record" or "exceeded record" rather than "broke record".
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1 for hand delivering. Reply with", 09:31 am 8, whats wrong with the current job? Talk to them about moving up, or sideways if that is pdf what you would prefer. Reply with", 06:50 pm 9. Edit: I didn't realize how little traffic there is in this subforum, i was just scrolling down the first page and assumed the posts were recent. I didn't mean to drag up an old dead thread. I am going to leave this post in case it helps anyone else in the future.
Reply with", 11:14 pm 3, i would leave it alone it looks good - delivering it in person is the only option. Reply with", 11:49 pm 4, you can also find some very good resume online also. It's not a work bad idea to take help of some professional resume writing services. They will charge you a bit, but you will really get an attractive resume. Reply with", 08:58 am 5, i vote for leaving it alone other than a short summary of what you are looking for in your next opportunity. Reply with", 10:36 am 6. Originally posted by, dualkit, i vote for leaving it alone other than a short summary of what you are looking for in your next opportunity. Thanks for you input everybody. Reply with", 10:16 pm 7, looks good enough.
I don't expect it outside of a boomtown. Here is my resume: Anon Resume, reply with", 10:46 pm 2, if you haven't taken a short resume writing course, do so, they're usually free at the local unemployment office. Putting everything you can think off is counterproductive. For an oil country resume you could write a resume on the back of a strippers promo poster in crayon and get a job, provided you deliver it in person! Oil country gets resumes from deadbeats all over the continent looking for a guaranteed job, an easy move and they will lie through their teeth to get. The man standing in the lobby looking for a job is worth 50 who promise to show up in 2 weeks. I once worked in a shop during an oil boom where a machinist hired over the phone left out the fact he was missing an arm.
Or two, because i worked 4 months for a staffing agency assigned to my company, then a year as a real employee at the same company. I still work for that company currently, and at this job I wear many hats but mainly i run the Inventory system and I run the tapping dept. When the plant manager is hippie out i am the de facto leader. So i am looking to apply for both Inventory positions and mfg setup/managing positions and when I send out this resume i'll prioritize the bullet points that match each respective position. Basically i put everything I can think of on there and I'm trying to cut it down to one page, but I lack the experience to know if certain bullet points are unnecessary. I will probably remove my very first job as an undergrad apprentice for my school unless the position is related in any way. I don't know if the tech. Skills section is necessary. And I don't know if I should merge my time at the staffing agency with that of the shop.
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Enter keyword(s Enter a City: Select a state: All United States of hampshireNew Jerseynew MexicoNew YorkNorth CarolinaNorth IslandSouth Carolinasouth virginiawisconsinWyoming. Select a category: All Job Categories AccountingAdmin - journalism1Business serviceDesignDistribution - businessGeneral LaborgovernmentHealth CareHotel - hospitalityHuman ResourcesInformation servicesPurchasing - procurementqa - quality controlResearchRestaurant - food ServiceRetail - grocerySalesScienceskilled Labor - tradesStrategy tree - planningSupply, advanced Job search, search by category). Looking for feedback on my mfg resume. Results 1 to 9 of 9, 08:31 pm 1, looking for feedback on my mfg resume. Hey, i'd really appreciate some input from more experienced people on how to shorten, format, and improve my resume. The jig is that i've only had one real job for a year and 3 months now, but i've accomplished a lot there and want to show off. I started out as a temp at the bottom of a small locknut manufacturer, got hired and now I'm in management. So i'm not sure if a chronological format is the best choice since i have one thing to show off.