resume. Saturday , January 14th , 2017 - 00:23:53 AM
No matter how bad it went, never discuss or bad-mouth your past job during the interview. The hiring manager may think you will to do the same when you apply to another company.
Now that you have the content ready, and you know what you want to include in your resume, be sure to present everything in a well organized manner. Place the cover letter in front. The cover letter will explain why you are applying for the job, and why your skills are a good fit for the job. Don't send in cookie cutter cover letters. If you have downloaded some samples, be sure to customize them to the positions that you are applying for.
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