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YOUR PERSONAL DETAILS
This section is where we create the top of your resume - the part with your name, address and contact info. Enter in all the information below and click the GO TO NEXT STEP button.


It's best to put your full name below.
Your Mailing Address below...
What you type in will show up on your resume exactly the same way. Include your street, city, state/province information as well as your zip/postal code.
It is a good idea to include an email address so you can be contacted by an employer this way.
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In this section, we want to clearly promote you in about three of four sentences ( or more if you need to you need to ) Remember, you only have a one paragraph chance in a resume to really impress the person making a hiring decision. Put yourself in their shoes and think about what they are looking for in a job candidate, and then write to meet those expectations. For example, if a job you are seeking is customer service oriented, stress through example your ability to provide great customer service. Be upbeat, friendly and confident with your words.

You can insert a bullet point by holding down the Alt key and typing 0149 using your numeric keypad (the number keys to the right of your keyboard). Only release the Alt key after typing 0149. Make sure before you do this that Num Lock on your keyboard is lit. Always leave a space after a bullet point.
Here is a great example of how to fill in this section... ( Don't use it word for word though )
" I am a sincere, loyal and dedicated individual who has a great deal of ambition. although I have extensive experience in the ( fill in the blank ) industry, I love to learn, and am always up to a challenge. I get along well with others, while also working efficiently on my own. I am seeking a position where I can develop and excel while giving my best to an employer. "
Your picture will enhance your resume and add more value to it.
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Employment History
This section is where we tell your potential employer about your past employment. Start with the most recent job first and then click submit. You can add another job entry by clicking on "Add More" button.


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This is the actual job title you had - example: Accountant or Waitress. Don't get carried away and exaggerate your job title as it will usually work against you in your job hunt. ( ie: Don't call your cleaning job a maintenance engineer )
Enter the name of the company you worked for here.
You only need to enter the general address such as the city, or if there is more than one type of business like a franchise, enter in the general location in the city. ie: Denver / West End.
In two to four sentences, describe what you did ( or do ) at this job. Make note of any special tasks you were responsible for such as cashing out or making schedules. Also include any type of equipment, computers or software you worked with. All of these points can go a long way to catching the attention of the person who can hire you.

Bullet points are primarily used as one line descriptions of job duties. You can insert a bullet point by holding down the Alt key and typing 0149 using your numeric keypad (the number keys to the right of your keyboard). Only release the Alt key after typing 0149. Make sure before you do this that Num Lock on your keyboard is lit. Always leave a space after a bullet point.
Education Details
This section is where we tell your potential employer about what type of education you have. Start with your most recent academic achievement and then move on to the next one. You can add another job entry by clicking on "Add More" button.


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What type of degree or education did you receive ( or are receiving )

For example, Bachelor of Education or High School Diploma
Enter the name of the school / invitation name.
You only need to enter the general address such as the city, or if there is more than one type of business like a franchise, enter in the general location in the city. ie: Denver / West End.
Describe your education below. If you achieved high grades, or any other specific honor/s, be sure to mention it here. Bullet points are typically not good form for this section. See example below.

For Example,
GPA: 3.0
Associate of Science Degree:
Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering
Extensive professional training in M.R.P. systems.

Bullet points are primarily used as one line descriptions of job duties. You can insert a bullet point by holding down the Alt key and typing 0149 using your numeric keypad (the number keys to the right of your keyboard). Only release the Alt key after typing 0149. Make sure before you do this that Num Lock on your keyboard is lit. Always leave a space after a bullet point.
Skills Details
Here is the part where we add in your skills and interests. This allows you to tell an employer about any special attributes or interests you may have outside of your job descriptions. Bullets are automatically added to each new skill. Enter your first skill. Then go to the next step. You can add another job entry by clicking on "Add More" button.


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Bullet points are primarily used as one line descriptions of job duties. You can insert a bullet point by holding down the Alt key and typing 0149 using your numeric keypad (the number keys to the right of your keyboard). Only release the Alt key after typing 0149. Make sure before you do this that Num Lock on your keyboard is lit. Always leave a space after a bullet point.
Achievement Details
Here is the part where we add in your skills and interests. This allows you to tell an employer about any special attributes or interests you may have outside of your job descriptions. Bullets are automatically added to each new skill. Enter your first skill. Then go to the next step. You can add another job entry by clicking on "Add More" button.


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Here is the part where we add in your Achievements. This allows you to tell an employer about any special attributes you may have outside of your job descriptions. Bullets are automatically added to each new achievement. Enter your first achievement. Then go to the next step. Finally, click 'Add a New achievement' for your next achievement.

Bullet points are primarily used as one line descriptions of job duties. You can insert a bullet point by holding down the Alt key and typing 0149 using your numeric keypad (the number keys to the right of your keyboard). Only release the Alt key after typing 0149. Make sure before you do this that Num Lock on your keyboard is lit. Always leave a space after a bullet point.
YOUR OWN SECTION
In this section you can create your own custom resume section e.g. Hobbies, Career Highlights, etc. Isn't it great? and then move on to the next one. You can add another job entry by clicking on "Add More" button.


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Here is the part where we add in your own section. This allows you to insert your own spec. Bullets are automatically added to each new achievement. Enter your first achievement. You can add another achievement by clicking on "Add More" button

Bullet points are primarily used as one line descriptions of job duties. You can insert a bullet point by holding down the Alt key and typing 0149 using your numeric keypad (the number keys to the right of your keyboard). Only release the Alt key after typing 0149. Make sure before you do this that Num Lock on your keyboard is lit. Always leave a space after a bullet point.
REFERENCES
Here is the part where we add in your references. This allows you to tell an employer about references. You can add another reference entry by clicking on "Add More" button.


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Cover Letters
Here is the part where we add in your references. This allows you to tell an employer about references. You can add another reference entry by clicking on "Add More" button.