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Section 2: Questions & Answers about Resumés
What should my resumé tell the employer?
Should I list personal information?
Should I say why I left my last job?
Should I list references or wages?
Should I send a photograph with my resumé?
Should I have my resumé typed professionally?
Should I use colored paper or other attention-getters?
Is it okay to "fib" on my resumé to make myself look better?
Why can't I just type a list of my previous jobs?
Section 3: Five Most Common Errors That Eliminate Most Resumés
Inconsistency or poor quality
If someone else types it for you...
Section 4: Resumé Formats
Section 5: Key Words & Career-Related Skills
Information Management Skills
Design and Planning Skills
Research and Investigative Skills
Human Relations and Interpersonal Skills
Critical Thinking Skills
Management and Administration Skills
Personal Development and Learning Skills
Technical and Motor Skills
Common Month Abbreviations
Two-Letter State Abbreviations
Section 6: Key Components of Complete Resumé Package
3. Career-Related Skills
4. Employment Experience
5. Educational Background
6. Personal Data
Component 2: Salary History
Component 3: References
Component 4: The Follow-Up Letter
Section 7: Building Your Resumé
Write Your Career Objective Statement
Organize What You've Written
Edit Your Resumé
Section 8: It Won't Fit on Two Pages!
The Portfolio Resumé
Sample Synopsis/Amplified & Portfolio Resumés
Section 9: Wrapping It Up
Proofreading and Editing
Transitional Military-to-Civilian Terms
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