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Week 4: Final Outline During Week 4, you will create a detailed outline (based on your preliminary outline) of your formal report.  It should be comprehensive and include all sections of the formal report. An explanation of the sections of  this outline can be found in Doc Sharing.  Final Outline Information There is also a template for this outline in Doc Sharing that you will want to use for your assignment.  Final   Outline Template A references page should be submitted as part of the outline featuring the minimum six sources from  the two categories. Correct APA content and format must be used. In-text citations must be included.  “””AT THE BUTTON IS THE PROFESSOR’S COMMENT ON THE PRELIMINARY OUTLINE””” SUMMARY Hiring managers have certain benchmarks that they use when looking for a potential employee and it is ones goal in writing this paper to help one become more competitive in one’s job search and to become a leader in today's job market by focusing on two things: the resume and the cover letter. These two imperative career tools are often overlooked by job seekers who, without them, lose the opportunity of employment. A credible resume and a cover letter can get ones feet in the door for an interview, so it only makes sense to prepare them correctly and with a purpose. INTRODUCTION The resume and the cover letter are what get one in the door for an employment interview. Their purpose is for one to introduce oneself to an employer in brief. They should include one’s education and relevant experiences that relate to the job one is applying for. These
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experiences may be drawn from ones previous employment, volunteering, or even or hobbies. A cover letter should focus on key skills and experiences and also show how they tie in with the position one wants to obtain. Ones resume says a lot about oneself, however, not every situation is the same for everyone and this is where a cover letter comes into play. While ones resume gives basic facts about one’s history and references, a cover letter allows one to say what one wants to say to one’s potential employer. It is a chance to let one’s persona and personality behind the resume, shine through. DISCUSSION Type of Development that best fits the topic of the report o Concept In composing a resume and cover letter, there are many words which may be considered to have pointless meanings unless they are combined with specific actions. For example: aggressive, creative, determined, independent, competent, successful, and well-organized. As a substitute of using these words to describe oneself, use them to describe a project one designed, an event one planned a business strategy one implemented, or team one managed. By utilizing this principle, one presents ones prospective employer a view of one’s true contributions and abilities based on past endeavors. Points to be developed o A resume is one of the most important tools of job seeking. 1. resume should be as short as possible
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