By now, as a seasoned job hunter you should know there are a few essentials you should have in your arsenal: business cards, a solid cover letter, your elevator pitch, and your well-formatted resume.
In this article, we’re going to take you to the next step and focus specifically on one seemingly small but massively huge part of resume building: resume format and how to select which one is right for you.
If you follow this guide, that breath of fresh air resume is going to be yours! But first, we need to figure out what type of resume format you need.
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S.T.A.R. Method is a technique employed by employers to evaluate your past experience and behavior in order to predict your future behavior in a particular situation. Answering behavioral questions is not an easy task, but proper preparation will assist you in answering them successfully. Utilizing the S.T.A.R. Method will help you construct an organized, specific, thoughtful, and concise answer.
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Here's how veterans can best present their skills in resumes and job interviews.
The 2 Types of Resumes you MUST Have: Master Resume and Target Resume.
Briefly, here is explained the Target type of Resume:
The target resume is one that's tailored for a specific job. A job seeker might easily have a few target resumes if he or she is seeking a few different types of jobs.
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