Career Cruising -

Career Cruising -

Career Cruising How To Build A Resume! What is a Resume? According to Alison Doyle, a resume is a written document that describes your education, work experience, skills, and accomplishments and is used to apply for jobs. There are many different types of resumes but one of the most popular is a chronological resume.

A professional resume is very important because its what the potential employer will view to decide whether or not to interview and hire you! A resume gives a first impression of you, describing you and all your strengths. With the economic crisis, finding a job has become more difficult! With a clear, concise, and well-written resume, you will be more competitive in the job market.

After Reading this Presentation, Begin Resume Builder by Ensure you are logged onto Career Cruising Build your resume following the links under the Build My Resume tab on your Career Cruising home page See next slide!

Resume Builder Complete Your Resume! Click on the Build My Resume link as shown on previous slide Click on each of the links, beginning with Career Objective Review, update, save, and complete all sections

of the resume Click the Format & Print button and follow steps to export your resume to Word and save it on your student (H) drive as Resume GTT Click here when all 10 Sections are complete

Click these 10 Sections to review, update, and SAVE Export to Word

then Save Your Resume to your H Drive as Resume GTT Things to Consider When Writing a Resume Be honest ~ Dont list skills or experience you dont have.

Be brief ~ Employers are looking for a summary of your qualifications, not a biography. Be relevant ~ Limit your resume to what might be of interest to potential employers. Proofread ~ Make sure your resume has no spelling or grammatical mistakes Reference

Career Cruising information, retrieved on August 30, 2013.

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