Creating a Resume. Competencies. Participants will gain knowledge and skills on how to effectively assist job seekers in obtaining and retaining a meaningful job . Participants will have knowledge of basic job search skills.
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Creating a Resume
Personalized to Company
Addresses Employer Needs
Time Consuming to Prepare
Confusing if Not Well Organized
Should Revise For Each Employer
An objective statement (in a targeted resume) is a sentence that details the job you are applying for and a company name.
Seeking a position as an Assistant Chef with Riverfront Restaurant.
A summary statement provides the business with a snapshot of your qualifications and what makes you the best candidate for the position.
A resourceful, results-driven professional with over 7+ years of experience including: project management, sales, marketing support, customer service, and administration. A strong communicator who understands business core values and is adept at building client relationships and providing excellent customer experiences. A life-long learner who has a passion for exploring new aspects of business.
Also known as Summary of Qualifications, this section emphasizes the main points of a person’s expertise. It is a condensed glance of skills and accomplishments that directly relate to the position.
This section focuses on accomplishments and skills related to the position and company. They should begin with action verbs and can be bullet statements for readability.
Created a team of 10 people to review insurance transactions which improved the accuracy of claims by 55%.
The situation implied is insurance claims were not processed accurately.
“Resumes should show you can do the work required, while cover letters should show you want to do the work required”