Resumes and Cover Letters

From "The Guide to Basic Resume Writing":

   An effective resume is composed of information that emplyers are most interested in knowing about a prospective job applicant.  This vital information will be covered by a few exxential elements in a fairly abbreviated form.  Because of the limited space allowed a resume writer, you must distill all of your skills, education, and work history into a few brief pages.  Start by thinking about all your past jobs, activities and education, including: What you have learned.  Responsibilities you have assumed, What you have accompished That you have accomplished.  How you have contributed.  Why you have been effective.  All you have contributed Why you have been effective. All of your abilities and skills.  Where and when you went to school.  Where and when you when you went to school. Special training.  Certificats and liicenses  you have earned.  

Highlighting your skills and accomplishments may seem like bragging, but it is appropriate and even necessary to do so in a resume.  Your resume tells the employer about you, and also about the value you place on your skills. There is a resume builder in the AZCIS program.

Resume and Cover Letter Guide

Sample Resumes





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