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Employment History The time period on a resume should be recent to past 10 years.
Targeted Type of resume useful for concentrating on career objectives.
Functional Type of resume useful ro a person re-entering the job market.
Birth date Is not a part of vital resume information.
Cover Letter Asks for an interview.
Employment Application Be ready to complete this form quickly and accurately while in the office.
Volunteer or freelance work experience The functional type of resume would be most advantageous to this type of experience.
Resume Writing List employment in reverse chronological order.
N/A, or "Does not apply" Used when completing an application form for employment and a question does not pertain to you.
Customer service This is not a direct skill.
Appropriate end of interview question Is a written job description available?
Next day after interview Send out a thank you letter, addressed to the interviewer if you really want the job.
Call Interviewer Explain the situation if you are going to be late.
Reference A client you did work for.
Sitting erect Something an employer looks for during an interview as a good example to hire you.
Portfolio Should include copies of your resume, references, letter of recommendation, transcripts, certificates, questions, pen and paper, and practice application.
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