BADM 4075 Resume Development - University of Connecticut...

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University of Connecticut – School of Business – Business Career Center DEVELOPING A RÉSUMÉ FROM SCRATCH The first résumé is the hardest. After that, you will continue to update and enhance your résumé throughout your academic and professional life. Your résumé may serve as an introduction and your first contact with a company or recruiter, so you want it to be a good one. Your résumé should demonstrate what skills you can bring to an employer. Such skills include responsibility, teamwork and leadership skills, good job performance, good time management skills, etc. Your résumé should represent your strengths and market those skills that employers want. LET’S BEGIN! Name . Make it big and bold (not too big). Address(es) – you can list both campus and home addresses but only one telephone number is recommended so that employers know exactly where to contact you. Include your email address and your LinkedIn account, if applicable.
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  • Fall '14
  • CHEN
  • Business, Management, Time management skills, Business Career Center, University of Connecticut – School of Business

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