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Nov 14

Essential Features in a Resume 12

Your skills sets part 2 Broad Examples of Skills Sets
Installing – Installing equipment, machines, wiring, or programs
to meet specifications. Repairing – Repairing machines or systems using the needed
tools. Writing – Communicating effectively in writing as appropriate for
the needs of the audience. Organizing Communicating Motivating a Team Coordinating …

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Nov 13

Essential Features in a Resume 11

Skills
Employers review skill sets when considering job applicants. A worker with the ability to step into a position with minimal training often gets the job when time and training budgets are tight. Describing your skills can sometimes be difficult. List the skills you possess that are relevant to the position you are seeking. …

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Nov 12

Essential Features in a Resume 10

References Do not provide contact information for those current or previous employers you do not want contacted by your potential employer. This is especially true if you are looking to jump ship without telling anyone at your company. If applicable, contact the personnel department of your current employer to inform them they may be contacted …

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Nov 11

Essential Features in a Resume 9

Result Statements
An effective way to highlight your accomplishments is by using
results statements. Result statements explain what situation you faced at work, what action you took, and the outcome. It is another way of giving specific examples of your accomplishments and how they benefited your employer. Think about your successes or the …

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Nov 10

Essential Features in a Resume 8

Work Experience This is the most important section of any resume. The others were fine-tunings, of the resume, but this part must really be clear, concise, and stand out. Your work history reveals prior dates of employment and positions held with previous employers. It gives prospective employers a quick view of your employment patterns, experience, …

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