Kadri Janan. resume. November 26th , 2017.
With so much to consider, its no wonder people have a difficult time sorting out all of the details. To help you sort out your own resume-writing venture, lets take a look at a few dos of resume writing that can make the process flow smoother.
8. Failure to have a Headline: A Profile/Summary/Highlights section at the top of the resume. Your resume should start out, in as few lines as possible, by telling the reader why he or she should be interested in you. Don't let any narrow-minded resume traditionalist talk you into leaving this out of your resume. There are many reasons for this strategy, and two compelling are: 1) It gives the potential employer a quick snapshot of the person submitting the resume. They know right away where you are coming from, and have a good idea of what you have to offer them. They can then read the rest of the resume to see if your claims are credible. 2) It gives you an opportunity to generate interest by presenting your skills, abilities and accomplishments right at the top of the resume in the strongest possible terms.
Add the education details in the telecommunication specialist resume. State the degree, name of the institute and the year. The information should read like this:
The English teacher he was talking about was, of course, his mother. Having taught English and communication at both the high school and university levels, I confess to a somewhat neurotic fascination wtih the rules of the English language. Its in the spirit of such obsessions that I have pondered the question of first vs. third person resumes.
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