resume. Wednesday , September 13th , 2017 - 20:57:28 PM
Template Formats Have I seen this before? You dont want employers thinking this as they pick up your resume! Word templates are overused and inflexible. The most important information to demonstrate your fit for the position needs to go on the top and on the left of the document. Most templates have the dates to the left, which are rarely the highlight of someones qualifications! Start from scratch. Look at examples in RECENT resume books. If a skills-based format is the best format to showcase your skills (as opposed to chronological), use it!Gulf Jobs Vacancies - Resume Writing Tips for Gulf Region
If you can avoid using a reference from your previous employer then it would be a good idea to do so. However, if you must reference the employer from which you were fired, you might want to try a manager with whom you had a good relationship, despite how you departed. That way, they can focus on your personality or work ethic (if it was good) and not so much on why you were fired.
Dont Tell it, Prove It Use challenge, action, result stories to sell yourself. Think of it as telling facts, not bragging. How did you add value for companies and/or customers? What examples can you share where you solved problems you know this employer is facing? What were the outcomes and results in the stories behind every bullet on your resume?
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