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Resume format might be a tricky task to do when writing your resume. Before working on your resume, one must simply choose the right resume format suitable for your job application. Choose your resume format carefully. The basic resume format includes your contact details, education, employment history. You may also include in your resume format your career objective, technical skills and professional affiliations related to the job you’re applying. What I have here is a collection of resume format I recently used. Choose the right resume format that best matches your skills and qualifications.
Although you did well at the entire Job Interview session, you don’t want to miss the very last chance to make yourself stand out and show your potential employer how awesome you are. As I was saying, prospective employers frequently ask the same old “Do you have any questions?” question which sometimes are taken advantage by interviewees. When the Interviewer asks you this, what would you do? Some weak ones just fire out anything that comes out of their mouth. But NOT YOU. You have to be extra careful of what you ask. You need to leave them with the finest impression you can give. Asking the right questions will help you achieve that simple goal which can lead you to your high paying dream job.
Professional resume writing is easier said than done. Many resume preparation services claimed that their professional resume wins more interviews. When professional resume writers craft a resume, they know they have only 15 seconds to catch the hiring manager’s attention. As a newbie in resume writing, can you create a professional resume that will land you the interview? Your resume is like a product brochure of yourself. Selling yourself to your prospected employer is you main goal. Whether you like it or not, you must accept the fact that you are represented by your resume. No matter how hard you try, no matter how you look and how you dress, Employers will still be looking at your resume first. First impressions last, remember. Competition is tight that’s why you have approximately 15 seconds to make your resume noticeable and stand out from the crowd. So before you throw out your great speech, build a good resume and make it look good. Here are our 10 basic things you should do in writing your own resume:
For the past three years, I've been fortunate to be employed in a well known BPO Company in the Philippines that works with a giant U.S. based client to handle their finances. One of my company's practice is not to follow Philippine Holidays, instead, we observe the clients holiday which is the United States Federal Holiday. And to make this post more informative and interesting, I run down the list of the US Federal Holidays this 2012. United States Federal Holiday have ten (10) Federal Holidays composed of New Year's day, Birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr, Washington's Birthday, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Columbus Day, Veterans Day, Veterans Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day compared to the Philippines that composed of twelve (12) Regular Holidays, five (5) Special Non-Working Holidays and one (1) Special Holiday.
Three days ago, my credit card bill just arrived and I was shocked when I tore the clean white mailing envelop that Mr. Postman handed me. The bill says “Thirty Eight Thousand worth of extravagance and ultimate shopping sprees plus a Two Thousand worth of overpriced coffee”. Fortunately, this was the result of Holiday seasons which we can obviously justify since Holiday season is the most expensive season of the year. And since I was pretty bored that day, I ended up thinking “WHAT IF I DON’T PAY MY CREDIT CARD BILLS?”, what will happen to me? Will I go to court for not paying my debts? Will I run to the mountains and live there with donkeys and pigs so that credit card companies will forgive me with my debts? Will I change my entire identity so that credit card companies can’t find me? Or fake my own death?
Many of us have done worst at our Job Interview. Most of the time, we we’re asked by the interviewer with a very common job interview question that unfortunately, we’re not familiar. And since we are unfamiliar on how to answer those job interview questions, everything falls and we blew out our chance to get hired. Doing well in a job interview cannot be considered as an art or either rocket science. It can be learned and you can easily teach yourself. Familiarity is the key. Review these typical job interview questions and think about how you would answer them. Read the job interview questions listed and try to find some strategies that will fit for you.