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February 06, 2012 - Resume

Resumes

THE BASICS

  • Limit your resume to two pages. Remember, the purpose of the resume and cover letter is to get the interview. The interview is the time and place to sell yourself, expand on your experience, and your qualifications.
  • The resume should be clear and easy to read.
    • Headings should be bold and compatible with the rest of the text.
    • Avoid any font style that is swirly and hard to read.
    • Make sure the text of the resume is neither too small nor too big.
THE OBJECTIVE
  • Start your resume with a brief statement, five lines or less, stating your purpose in creating and submitting your resume.
  • Name what type of position you are seeking.
  • Consider briefly answering these questions:
    • "Why I am seeking this position?"
    • "How am I qualified for this position?"
QUALIFICATIONS
  • The next section of the resume should be your summary of qualifications.
  • Concisely list areas of experience. (ex. Landscaping, Concrete Restoration, Office Administration, etc. . . )
PREVIOUS WORK EXPERIENCE
  • Start with current or most recent position.
  • Give the name of the company or association, the location, your position and title and the time period of your employment.
  • Summarize your job duties and any projects you completed or outstanding achievements.
  • Relate past experience to the position you are applying for.
EDUCATION
  • List any college degree you have, what your major was and where you graduated.
  • Include any additional certificates or licenses you have acquired that are related to the position.

When sending condojobs.com your resume and additional information, send us a copy of your references and any letters of recommendation or certificates you may have. We won't normally send that information initially with your resume, it is more impressive if you bring the original copies with you to the interview. However, we would like to have it on file so that we can have a more complete profile about you and be able to use the supporting information as needed.

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