in progress after the name of the unfinished degree. This sectionis especially important for recent graduates. Graduates should alsoconsider listing relevant courses under a separate heading. Listing fourto eight courses related to a particular occupation shows a connection between education and work. College graduates need not list their highschool credentials.
– it is usually the most relevant part of theresume and it should include your job history: name and location of theorganizations you have worked for, years you worked there, title of your job, a few of the duties you performed and results you achieved.Describing volunteer activities, internships and school projects is amust if you have little paid experience; try to stick to the relevant ones(relevance should be understood in terms of similarity of tasks or if theexperiences described determined skill perfecting). When describing your job duties, emphasize results instead of responsibilities andperformance rather than qualities because your successful experience isself-sufficient. Note any relevant data such as: promotions, progress innumbers or responsibilities or anything else that could outline your value.
show initiative and can be an excellent source of additional experience; they might include participation inorganizations, associations, student government, clubs, or community activities, especially those related to the position you are applying for orthat demonstrate hard work and leadership skills.
– refer to specific computer, foreign language,typing, or other technical skills, and it is in your advantage to highlightthem by giving them their own category.
Awards and honors
- include formal recognition you havereceived. Do not omit professional or academic awards. These are oftenlisted with an applicant’s experience or education, but some list them atthe end of their resume.