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Used applied technologies to slash lead response time to 30 minutes. Was the go-to conflict resolution employee at The Weathervane Restaurant. On-boarded three new employees at Trent Landscaping. For a one-year senior project in leadership, built the new campus blog. I need to update my resume to reflect my current skills. Hi, I am a fresh graduate of BS Psychology and looking for a job. When I was in college I was really an active student and achieved a lot of awards esp. Can i include all of my achievements in my resume?
Thank you for your reply. I believe it is a 2. Should we include the GPA at all? Or will it mess with his chances? I am a 33 year old male with a high school diploma. I have worked several manufacturing jobs in the past 15 years. I am looking to desperately change lines of work and I am terribly confused on how I can write a resume for another industry with only a high school education and factory experience.
Your recommendation about page size just does not feel right for IT resumes. IMHO it would be not particularity legible to condense all this information onto one page or simply skip something relevant. It was interesting to read about the difficulties what the sheer volume of resumes could cause if you work for a trending company with so so many applicants. In the UK, when recruiters are talking about senior developers, they usually mean people with years of experience in a particular technology or a set of related technologies.
Since new technologies are emerging every day, I think that denoting expertise as years of experience particularity falls short in the filed of IT. At the time of writing, only three years has passed since the initial release by that time it was far from production-ready of the above software, so even the authors may not have 4 years of experience with it. Also, to stick with the above example, lets say in one hand we have a developer who has been using the above software for 3 years to build websites.
On the other hand, we have an other developer with only 2 years of experience, however he is one of the main contributor help fixing bugs, participate in its design process, etc. In the above case, if the applicant with 2 years of experience can demonstrate his in-depth knowledge, I would definitely consider him more experienced than the one with 3 years of experience. Thanks for the anecdote.
One small grammatical or spelling mistake is enough to cost you the position—you are, after all, educated, right? Sam is guilty of not having this article proof-read. Should I leave my GPA off? I am from Venezuela and the Educational system is different here. I know this is a late response and may no longer be beneficial. I would and recommend starting the system of origin used to establish proficiency. This could be a huge asset in an interview because many prospective employers will be curious to learn more.
It will give you something to talk about. Now 54, used to do a lot of hiring for drinks trade. Trying to get better role after lay offs etc. Recruitment is one of the most important functions…what else do they while away their days with!!!!
No wonder I am finding getting re hired hard! Its the sane and qualified being judged by the feckless…………….. There is simply too much demand to write long winded resumes now. Trust me on this! Got to adapt. They are taught a series of check-boxes a potential employee should have, a one size fits all industries standard, and without questioning if the boxes even apply they try to fit all employees into them. These tips are really good. I have one question.
I have had some challenges updating my resume. I got my license as a civil engineer back in So in I decided to become a chef and attended culinary school. I wonder what the problem is. Is it advisable to just omit my food industry experience when applying for these positions? If so, would they not wonder what I did since ? Hello,I just stumbled upon this page searching for tips on resume writing.
HOW do I list this without looking like a job Hopper? I have gained my best skills while employed as a temp. I was working while I was still in college, I have done a few volunteering jobs withing my university, and played rugby for over 10years- 4years for my uni. Am supposed to continue university as an economist. In between my college study I developed interest in graphic designing while studying a graphic course.
Which gave me great computer skills in most adobe programs, a creative mind, and great social networking skills. Am only 23 years old and my fear now is, if I lose this job with only a college certificate of a 2. While studying and wanting to work, will my education experience balance with the lucky work experience I have acquired on my resume till prensent? Am I just been too scared or should I just focus on graduating first? This is a long comment but your reponse will be greatly appreciated.
Austin, althought 2. I highly recommend you focus in getting your diploma ASAP so it is no longer a burden and potential hindrance. You have a lot of good examples for people that have a lot of work experience already, but what would you recommend for a person fresh out of high school with no professional job experience yet?
I hired environmental professionals for a mid-sized environmental and engineering consulting firm for 6 years. I agree that the resume should not be overly-wordy, but I am getting paid to find the right person and therefore want to know as much as I can about a person before I decide to interview them without having to do the legwork myself. If you are hiring and cannot wade through more than one page of a resume without getting bored or tired, I would say you are not doing your job.
I hire professionals who have varied and often accomplished histories — I want to know that. It may be different if you are hiring waiters or cashiers. I am currently working in telecommunications company and have less than a year experience. Can you please help me out by telling how can I make my resume more effective with this much experience only. And I have expertise in some skills which may not be helpful in the same sector ,so can I include it in my resume while searching out for a new job in the same or any other sector?
Hard to say Kirti without seeing your resume. My recommendation for you is to stay at the job for at least one year, preferably two, to build experience and not be a job hobber so early on. Well basically, my degree gives me the privilege to apply to different areas of expertise. Some are: telecommunications, control systems PLC programming , semiconductor, biomedical electronics, network systems, and even programming. My only work experience was in a telecommunications company internship.
I would for sure. And then write a great descriptor that nudges you towards what you want to do. The best work experience for you may be volunteer efforts. Volunteer everywhere you can and build up contacts from within those networks. Having the lady who runs the soup kitchen being impressed with your dedication to volunteering can make a nice addition to a resume.
You may even be able to work into a payed position from volunteering. I worked my butt off for free by volunteering for certain organizations. In any case, my personal experience is that a company that filters GPA scores is most likely not going to be a good place to work. Never heard of a firm that filters GPAs that are too high. Are you guys saying that all of them are robots?
There are plenty of social, multi-talented 4. This is how elite firms retain their elite status, not by shunning out the best. The only thing anyone seems to agree on is that people that review resumes are arrogant and rude. All these articles online speak as if reviewing a resume makes you into some kind of king and should anyone dare to not precisily meet your style, they are stupid or offensive. Allow me to say to all of you, you are not special, you are not important, get over yourself.
The one item I would say on your tips is the part regarding including a photo of themselves on a resume. As an HR professional, I cannot accept any resume with a photo due to the fact that it could be a discriminating factor and is against EO policy. It is important for them to tailor their resume to the specific skill sets when applying for a specific position and as a recruiter I have heard fro others anywhere form 7 to 15 seconds max.
That is primarily dependent on what the hiring manager asks for us to find in key words and years of experience that sometimes are not that easy to find. Overall good article to provide a basic start. People need to remember that every company and every HR professional has an opinion and it is up to the individual to take the advice but, not treat it as gospel. Dear Sirs I am a 52 year old woman in college for her bachelors degree in psychology.
My employment history has been spotty and mostly factory work. I am worried about submitting my resume and terribly confused about how to go about creating a new one. Can you give me insight on what is essential to put on a resume for a person with this type of employment history. It is tough going to get into the human services field. I received an associates in and because it has not panned out in employment for that area.
I am going back for more education. I would say not necessary. References and results are more important. Really liked your posts and wanted to pick up on just one thing. In almost all the resume examples that you have posted, the work experience is generally responsibility or activity based rather that output or achievement orientated.
My simple point really is that employers are interested in what you can deliver for their organisation and not so much in what you did. If there is room, you can expand on what you did or how you did it to highlight skills or attributes. In the UK and to an extent in Europe , we are now seeing heat map results showing that recruiters and employers are looking at CVs for less than 15 seconds before making that decision to shortlist or not. Having more information showing what you have delivered for employers in the past definitely gets you through that first sift more often than activity or responsibility focused CVs.
This makes sense, more or less, but what would you expect of a resume for a year 9 high school student who has never worked before? Tough one Monica. Are you saying it has taken 9 years to complete high school? If the latter, then emphasize work experience over the past 9 years, and keep your GPA if it is above 3. If it is really bad, then leave it off. When I say a year 9 high school student I mean the year level in high school, so basically a fourteen onto fifteen year old full-time student.
Monica, all most employers if they hire someone under 16 years of age will just want to know you can put a resume together. Just follow a format, use professional language and try your best :D. Wow this is an interesting conversation especially about GPAs on resumes. I am a recent architecture graduate and have not put my GPA on my resume 3. It may be a little less relevant in my field because you need to have a portfolio to show your actual school work when applying for job opportunities.
The other rule I always heard was to put your GPA on your resume only if it is 3. As of now I have put any awards and honors under my education field. Kev, put the 3. Just a quick comment. I like almost all your points. The one thing I would caution is putting a picture on your resume.
While you may be correct in stating that you have nothing to lose if you have sent out s of resumes, I would not ever advise someone to put a picture on their resume. If you have an attractive face, go for it. Employers Google applicants anyway to see. Just make the picture professional. I have a 2. Also, do you have any examples of a decent marketing style resume? Good job raising that GPA to 3. Makes your grad school that much more valuable. Definitely include writing, advertising, creative ad samples in your portfolio!
I have a two page resume. I wanted to know how to shorten it. I have held many different jobs, while searching to find the right one for me. How many jobs should I have posted on my resume. Your latest three relevant jobs that can fit on one page is my recommendation. Two page resumes get thrown in the dumpster, unless you are citing massive amounts of relevant research work. I fully agree with you JT. I dont care if you can study and make good grades, that doesnt guarantee you to be a good employee.
Ignore nancy as she is probably old and stuck in some low level job where she will unhappily retire from. Dont waste anymore of your time replying to these idiots. I have been teaching in one school for over 13 years now. Or is it less important? I am looking to change to distance learning because in an interesting twist- I am now physically disabled.
Online teaching will use my brain and abilities and not take its physical toll. I graduated from college about 12 years ago and bartended for the first 5 years right out of college. My current job speak volumes about my ability, but my work history can seem limited. Do you have any advice? Should I dive back to my bartending experience?
And of course 3. For experience, focus on filling out your latest one with detail. I do have a question though. Because of some disastrous economics classes I was required take, my GPA is not looking good. So, if not including it on my resume is bad, does that mean I should include it and just expect to never be employed? I guess my question is more about the relevance of the GPA. Will my bad GPA be overlooked if my experience and skills look good?
Yes, you are really right because one page resume really matters and that does not irritate the interviewer in reading the resume and taking a quick decision about your recruitment. I started at my bank as a teller before I had even finished college. Six months after I started I was offered my first promotion, and only 15 months after my original hire date, not only had I finished school, but I was working as the branch assistant manager.
They know me, they know me well. They already know my strengths and weaknesses, and they know how I handle the work. Due the importance of the position though, its open internally and externally simultaneously. I have to submit a new resume this time. I did not have to for the previous two promotions. Great article! Resumes are written by over 50 professional resume writers. My career service counselor in college didnt have me put one in on mine.
But is that important? Have a 2 or 3 sentence objective up top is fine. Keep it simple and to the point. The resume needs to be specific to EACH company you submit it to, not just a generic one. In my life so far I did change two jobs, currently with third employer. But conducted numerous ones, I can tell you resume sets the first impression and I do try to imagine the character of the person by seeing through the resume, good post!
Once I came across a resume from a gentleman who worked in the purchasing department in two different companies. He had the same identical job duties in both companies. I was thinking something is off. I appreciate all comments that was posted. If i went to college on and off for about 5 years but did not graduate, would I still want to put my college education on my resume? I think you should Corey, and if they ask for more specifics, you can explain why.
Not having a college on the resume will be more of a shocker. My boss just told me to write a resume to move up positions within the company. Any ideas? I was thinking of the accomplishments I made thusfar with the company and also what I can bring to the table moving foward.
Any outline ideas would be helpful! I am back to look at the resume examples again. Time to update…. Good luck Lisa! This is really a very helpful post. I think I need to reconstruct my resume. I have two pages and none is really highlighted. I think I have to redo everything and get a job! Just out of curiosity, what do you think about finding out the name of the hiring manager or human resources person, telling them you are going to apply for job XYZ, and asking them what kind of resume they prefer so you can tailor it for them?
I guess so, or they may just ignore. They will think you should know.. Great post Sam, I really enjoyed your take on resumes! Most are filled with programming languages and operating systems that they person is familiar with…. Thanks for the inside perspective though, I learn so much from your blog, especially from between the lines and even in the comments! I would think you just list your certifications in one line, and provide a link for further references. A cover page is always excellent. Short and sweet i.
Great information…. Adding GPA. Who knew?? Thanks for the examples and your critiques of them. Super helpful. With this situation, I would say either or is fine, but I would still prefer education at the bottom, and him write an objective, intro, or something up top that jumps off the page. A few of my friends who slacked off are now worrying about finding a job with poor GPAs.
Thanks for the tips sam — they are really great. One thing I was told when in school was to play a bit of slight of hand with my gpa. They told me if it was not over 3. No prob Jeff. The interviewer will get the idea and hopefully move past grades and finding out more about you as a person. These are some great tips. What are your thoughts on including a picture? People seem to have mixed feelings on this. I have 8 interviews over two days this and it is exhausting.
When you have to look at as many as I do, every little thing counts. And getting my attention on paper is only part of the picture. Great tips Sam. You never know when an opportunity will present itself. A buddy of mine works in the HR dept for a small company and he tells me most resumes he sees barely get a glance.
Terrific post. Never thought GPA would be such a controversial topic! Great points from both sides. I understand your point about not hiding it, but what is wrong with showing off your best assets? Which would win a resume shootout? All things being equal. A one pager highlighting recent experience and projects or a two pager that shows the same, but also drills into more details?
One pager, with all pertinent details mate! When you get hundreds, you have to sort quickly. The interview is for getting in the weeds. Sam, One thing I think is critical is to tailor your resume to a specific job. Rather than mass mailing resumes, pick 5 companies you are interested in and research the crap out of them. This technique makes a huge impact.
If I had read a resume that had poker and basketball listed at the bottom you can bet I would want to talk to that person to find out more about them. What do you think about adding logos of some top brands if you work in marketing? I tried it in the past with a lot of success. Is it really important to list personal interests? I was told to do the opposite and keep it professional most interesting part of the article for me is when you wanted to know what made people tick.
Has anyone impressed you with a more 2. For sure I would. I used to call people petty and arrogant for putting their GPAs on their resume. I should have studied harder in college and got it closer to a 4. Then, I think I would have got more chances. I worked a couple jobs, and then I went back to grad school. Well guess what? I respectfully disagree to anyone who is a job applicant or HR personnel that is advocating the importance of GPA, particularly surrounding management, and financial career areas.
Just because someone is textbook or academia expert, that does not mean that the person is capable of thinking out of the box. The real world made it proof that most giant and effective management corporations and financial industries have been founded by those who do not have higher GPA, even in some cases by those who are college drop-outs.
I prefer to look at the matter of GPA surrounding technical careers such as engineering, biotech and medical fields. What is there to hide though? So perhaps a good compromise is to not include your GPA if it is below 3. Thank You! Resumes should be one page. Why have I heard lately the trend is multiple pages — to the point where I even adapted one of mine to reflect it.
Every once and a while I have to toss a resume into a job bid for a consulting or coaching client or a new teaching gig and I really appreciate this post. I can see how if a person is a 4. My company is hiring and I think many more are doing the same. Things are looking up! Good tips on resume. I need to update my resume for my job search later on this year.
The other stuff is spot on. Can you share what your reasons are for not having your GPA on? I also used to put all the scholarships I received on my resume, and now those have been replaced by work awards. I personally think GPA is irrelevant and potentially harmful. Why even open the door to that when clearly your job performance is most relevant once you are established in a career.
I agree with you with almost everything! Everyone is looking for problem solvers! It is what may distinguish one from another resume. I once applied for a CFO position where they received 4, resumes, I was one of fifteen that was interviewed. I have used that kind of resume for a lot of years 20 years. I have two resumes, a one page and two page resume. I normally do not show more than the last fifteen or twenty years.
I just remember some CV coach coming to our university once and his was that long…. Here, the only people I know with CVs are professors, and their CVs are typically more than one page since they have to list out all of the papers they have written. Great post, Sam! Great post!
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