The resulting benefit of the project or assignment I completed
My salary requirements
C Hobbies that are unrelated to my target position such as square dancing and basket weaving.
d) My membership in controversial groups or organizations.
Accomplishments such as leading teams or presenting to management.
b) Experience implementing new systems, processes and applications.
c) Quantifiable accomplishments like increasing sales by 15% or reducing costs by $250,000.
D) All of the above
A resume isn't really needed in today's job market
To get a job offer
To interest an employer enough for them to contact me for an interview
To document every job I have ever had and ever job duty I have ever had.
) I don't need to pick a job objective. I can keep my options open and employers will determine the best job for me.
Before I start writing my resume. I can then focus the content of my resume around my objective.
After I have sent out 150 resumes without landing any interviews
Prior to accepting a job offer.
Have someone else read it
Make it all bold
None of these
None of them
Create a favorable first impression.
Demonstrate your professionalism.
Illustrate your communication skills.
All of them
None of them
Specifc, Measurable, Attainable, Ready, Timely
Specific, Maintainable, Actual, Realistic, Timely
Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic, Timely
Specifc, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic, True
Realy laid back yo dude and high five them
Give them a firm hand shake say your name clearly
Go up to them and give them a hug
Lie to them
Be honest but say that was a long time ago i have changed since
Just say yes
Suite or shirt and tie
Shorts and t-shirt
Really bright and exciting clothes
In plenty of time, five minutes early if possible
Ten minutes after the interview time
Whenever you feel like it
Too much eye-contact
Fidgeting, or rubbing your thighs, or hands
Both A & C only
A, B & C
Practice answering interview questions in front of a mirror, ask a friend to help you, and video tape your responses
Ask your boss to help, ask a co-worker, and ask a friend
Practice at home, write down some of your responses, and memorize what you might say
All of the above