Let’s face it, if you’re not working in the world of career development, it’s easy to be at a loss as to what you should place or would want to place in your resume. Why can’t you just put the duties, dates and title in and call it good? Because you may bore the recruiter or employer into trashing your resume, that’s why!
Now that I have your attention, you’re asking, “What is left to put in my resume?” Briefly describing accomplishments and challenges you overcame while addressing your skills can give an employer insight to how you function in your workday world. Read today’s article and find out more to enable you to be the successful candidate.
Employment Specialists at Dillon Job Service are available Monday through Friday from 8 am to 5 pm to assist you in creating a professional cover letter and resume. Come and see us at 730 N. Montana, Suite #4, and Dillon, MT (across from Subway).
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