C03-A05-JWPlanResume - and initiatives and significant...

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PLANNING YOUR RESUME Start with the easy things—education, technology, professional affiliations, public speaking, publications, and any other extras you want to include. Write short job descriptions for your older positions. Be very brief and focus on highlights such as rapid promotion, achievements, innovations, professional honors, or employment with well-respected, well-known companies. Write a job description for your most recent positions. If you are writing a chronological or combination resume, this will take a bit longer than the other sections you have written. Remember to focus on the overall scope of your responsibility, major projects
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Unformatted text preview: and initiatives, and significant achievements as they relate directly to your current objectives. Write your career summary. Before you start writing, remember your objective for this section. The summary should not simply rehash your previous experience. Rather, it is designed to highlight the skills and qualifications you have that are most closely related to your current career objective(s). To insert a new symbol bullet 1. Click the bullet arrow button 2. Click the Define New Bullet button 3. Select symbol, picture, or font for your new symbol bullet....
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This note was uploaded on 03/07/2012 for the course LOM 09 taught by Professor Brown during the Spring '12 term at Pitt CC.

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