How to Write an Entry Level Resume

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How to write a resume when you have little or no work experience but a school degree. If you find this video useful, please click like.

Get a better job: Power Verbs for Resume Writing

Need to find a job? Writing a resume? Then you need to know about power verbs. These verbs will improve your resume and make you appear more professional. In this lesson, You will learn what power verbs are and how we use them in resumes. You will also see many examples of common power verbs, and I'll give you some of my best tips on resume writing in general. I will also teach you about weaker verbs like "did" and "make", which should often be avoided on resumes. After watching this video, you can take my quiz on power verbs and check out our helpful power verb resource page, which lists many common power verbs for different jobs. Good luck with your job hunt! CHECK THE RESOURCE PAGE WITH LOTS OF POWER VERBS YOU CAN USE: TAKE THE QUIZ: TRANSCRIPT: Coming soon!

How to Make a Computer Programmer Resume | Samples

Samples - Download free computer programmer resume templates for all types of levels including entry, mid-level, and highly skilled professionals. The entry-level should be written for those who have just completed or an internship with the desire to seek a position in the private sector. The mid-level, or ‘skilled’ resume, is for individuals who have between three (3) to five (5) years of hands on experience with a company or organization. The professional is for a person with at least five (5) or more years and is seeking a role with a company or organization that is a team leader or a senior programming role. The available formats are in Adobe PDF (.pdf), Rich Text Format (.rtf), and Microsoft Word (.doc) that are editable and show a sample template of how your credentials should be written.

How to write a JOB OBJECTIVE on Your Resume

DOWNLOAD the Resume Writing Worksheet How to Write a Job Objective Statement A job objective is a statement that clearly defines the type of job you are seeking in a particular industry. There is much controversy on whether you should use a job objective statement or not. It’s seems 50-50 between experts. Those who agree and those who feel it’s outdated (for some reason). I’m a big proponent of having a job objective statement on your resume. Without it, you are making it difficult for employers to qualify you in an efficient manner. For example, if I’m a Project Manager looking for a position with a hi-tech company, wouldn’t it be better if I clearly communicated this on my resume? Of course it would… And if I were a hi-tech employer who was looking to hire a Project Manager, and I saw a job objective on a resume that said, “Seeking a position as a Project Manager…” Don’t you think that might grab my attention? Of course it would… It’s no different than if you were going out to dinner and wanted to eat seafood. If you only saw restaurants with signs that said “Restaurant or Food.” Would you stop? NO. But if you saw John’s Crab Shack, you might stop in. DOWNLOAD MICROSOFT WORD TEMPLATES DOWNLOAD MY NEW BOOK, FIX YOUR RESUME IN 15 MINUTES DOWNLOAD THE RESUME MASTERPIECE - RESUME WRITING GUIDE How to Write Your Resume - Full Article Learn how to write a good job objective statement on your resume. get a list of job objective examples

Resume Hacks - How to Make a Resume Stand Out

RESUME HACKS - HOW TO MAKE A RESUME STAND OUT ➡️ Get your brand new, impressive, Top Notch Resume here: ➡️ Get private career coaching from Linda here: ________________ In this video I will teach you the top ten resume hacks to make resume stand out as you attempt to update or create your cv. This involves tips on writing a resume in the right way to ensure you'll compete with other resumes that get noticed. As a former headhunter and now Career Strategist for professionals, I've seen thousands of resumes. I know exactly what it takes to make a resume stand out from the rest. These resume tips I've prepared will surely help guide you to creating a good resume. The ideal goal is to get you to land more interviews and job offers! Watch this video if you want to learn: - Tips for writing a resume - Making a resume stand out - Writing a good resume The main resume tips are as follows: 1. Introduce Yourself but Make it Short, Sweet & Informative 2. Mirror Your Work Experience to the Job You’re Applying For 3. Highlight Buzzwords and Use Them! 4. Speak in Hiring Manager Language…Not Your Own 5. Accomplishments – Reflect and Articulate 6. Be Job/Role Specific About Your Accomplishments 7. Quantify Where Possible 8. Dates – Be Transparent & Thorough 9. Use Bullets Not Paragraphs 10. Does it Sound Like You’re Talking to Grandma in Some Cases? If Yes, Good! ----- FREE DOWNLOADS: ⬇️ Download my FREE Resume Samples PDF document here: ⬇️ Download a copy of my 10 Ultimate Resume Hacks to Land more Interviews and Job Offers PDF here: ________________ Become part of a growing community with over 3700 other corporate professionals in the supportive Ambitious Professionals Mastermind Facebook group here: Interested in getting personally coached by Linda to enhance your personal brand, advance your career and/or land your dream job? ➡️ Click here: and fill out the application form. ________________ If you liked this video, please give it a thumbs up 👍 , subscribe, share it with your friends. CONNECT WITH ME: Website: Instagram: LinkedIn: Facebook: Want to learn more? See the following videos:

Dr. Christina Fisanick of California University of Pennsylvania explains resume writing tips and tricks.

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