A chronological resume.
A combination resume.
A functional resume.
A “one size fits all” resume.
Accepts only online resumes.
Does not allow for updating resume information.
Is required by law in government offices.
Scans a resume and places it in an electronic folder.
Ask friends and acquaintances about available job openings.
Develop a resume that will generate an interview.
Inventory your qualifications, strengths, and interests to know yourself well.
Send letters of inquiry to prospective employers to locate job opportunities.
An individual who has been out of the job market for several years
An individual who has held several jobs and needs to make his or her resume more concise
An individual who has just graduated and has limited experience other than internships and/or part-time work while in school
An individual who has little employment experience
Designed, wrote, and validated.
Has been, will be, and should be.
Strategic, composed, and directed.
Undue, rule, and market.
Ask for their help in finding a job.
Ask them to serve as a reference for your resume.
Leave a resume with them.
Seek their guidance and advice.
Opening; experience; education; activities, honors, or special skills.
Opening; education; experience; activities, honors, or special skills.
Opening; experience; activities, honors, or special skills; education.
Opening; activities, honors, or special skills; education; experience.
Heading, job or career objective, and a summary of your qualifications.
Section with information for contacting your references.
Summary of education.
List of special skills, honors, and activities.
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