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JOHN SMITH
OVERVIEW

I am a xx, xx, xx and xx. I have extensive experience on XXX as both a xx and xx. I am very fluent in XXX, XXX, XXX, XXX, XXX, XXX and XXX as well as the XXX and XXX. I have worked as a freelancer, as a fulltime on-site employee and as a telecommuter since 2001 for large corporations, small companies, and nonprofits. My areas of expertise includes XXX, XXX, XXX, XXX and XXX
KEY STRENGTHS

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EDUCATION High level computer skills including Excel, Word and Powerpoint. Five years experience in customer service both face to face and phone based. Advanced Technology Research Training, Development, & Mentoring Example And another one

[ 1976 1981 ] Business School of Arizona


GRADUATED WITH HONORS

[ 1981 1985 ] BBA School of Management


GRADUATED, BBA

[ 1985 1989 ] University of Computer Science


DEGREE, MBA

SPECIALIZED TRAINING

Training courses you have completed and consider relevant to your career goals. Indicate dates and length of training.
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PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

This section can also be labeled "Experience, "Work History," or "Employment." We like using experience -- especially for new college grads, because experience is broader than work history, allowing you to include major school projects that showcase your skills and abilities. This section should include company name, your job title, dates of employment, and major accomplishments. List experiences in reverse chronological order, starting with your most current experience. List your accomplishments in bullet format (rather than paragraph format). Avoid discussing job duties or responsibilities. If you don't have a lot of career-related job experience, consider using transferable skills to better highlight your work experience. Finally, make sure to make use of action verbs when describing your accomplishments. This section can also be labeled "Experience, "Work History," or "Employment." We like using experience -- especially for new college grads, because experience is broader than work history, allowing you to include major school projects that showcase your skills and abilities. This section should include company name, your job title, dates of employment, and major accomplishments. List experiences in reverse chronological order, starting with your most current experience. List your accomplishments in bullet format (rather than paragraph format). Avoid discussing job duties or responsibilities

[ 1976 1981 ] Company Name


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[ 1981 1985 ] Another Company Name


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[ 1985 1989 ] Third Company Name


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LANGUAGES

German English French

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COMPUTER SKILLS

Microsoft Office Quick Books Abacus Inside / Opacc one Flex MS DOS

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