The 2 Types of Resumes you MUST Have: Master Resume and Target Resume.
Briefly, here is explained the Master type of Resume:
The master resume is one that you would carry to a job fair and which you would post online as your social media profile. You might also post your master resume on one of the large job seeking websites (not the #1 way to look for a job but it might be part of your job search plan). It's a resume that acts like a magnet to draw all the job options you might accept.
Here is how to write a Master Resume
As you create your master resume, remember, this resume is meant to attract all types of jobs you're willing to consider for your next employment. Here's what to do:
1. Make a list of all the work-related skills, activities, and responsibilities that indicate what you like to do and are willing to do in your next job.
2. Open a resume template for either a chronological resume format or combination resume format.
3. Write a very concise professional title under your resume heading (for example, Chef) or your line of work (for example, Culinary Arts Professional).
4. Create a Summary section that highlights the breadth of your experience to suggest all areas of your past that you're willing to repeat in your next job.
6. Write achievement statements for each job title. They should be about any and all things you liked doing and are willing to do again.
The Target type of Resume see in the next article.
A few more details can be found in this article.
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