Published at Thursday, 17 October 2019. Resume Sample. By Nouel Berthelot.
Now take a good look at the lists you have made. These are your qualifications. At least as far as what you can offer to an employer. You should take a little more time to go over the steps one or two more times and write down more accomplishments, skills and experience to improve this qualifications profile. Often, on the second time, and even third time, going through the exercise you will think of other things. Write them down as they come to you! Most people never take the time to look as closely at themselves from this angle as you just have. They think they are not good at anything. They think they are only average. I guarantee you have skills and accomplishments that I do not. You must get them out of your head, out of your history, and write them down. Only then will you really be able to see yourself. Only then will you truly understand your qualifications. Now, the next step is to use this qualifications profile to create a full-fledged resume. However, you have already taken that first and most important step. Now, it is a simple matter of taking the information you have listed and placing it into a proper resume format. That is the easy part.
All that person is thinking about is the risk attached to you: is it more of a risk to let you work for a competitor, or is it more of a risk to have you working for them? Your resume will lead them towards one of those conclusions. But when we talk about 'functional resume samples', many people make the mistake of thinking that their resume must be objective, direct, businesslike, and devoid of personality. Nothing could be further from the truth. We call it a 'functional resume' because it performs its function, ie it gets them ringing you and wanting you to come in for interview. In fact, the image we often have of the word 'functional', in other words objective, logical, 'left-brained' is precisely the sort of resume that usually gets a big yawn and then gets trashed.
Match & Map Your Skills To Their Needs, Always match your skills to the needs of the job you are applying for. If their job requires customer service skills, be sure you have that skill and list it on your resume. If you do not have a skill the employer is looking for then try to map the skills you do have to the one they desire. For example, if the employer wants someone experienced in Microsoft Word and you have not used Word then think about what you have used. Maybe you have used Word Perfect or Open Office Writer. If so, be sure to write this down! You can include it like this: Experienced in Open Office Writer (very similar to Microsoft Word). If you follow the good resume samples above, you will do a much better job of showing how qualified you are. Remember, this is the whole point of your resume: to get the employer's attention and show them you are a great fit for their needs. If you do this you should be granted an interview.
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