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how to write a resume: 6 steps to take before you write

by:QY Precision      2019-10-27
There are many suggestions on how long a resume should be (
Depends on work)
Should you mention short-term work (
Depends on work)
If you should proofread and use a spelling check (yes).
But before you sort out the content of your resume and start writing, you must have a complete understanding of everything you do, all your achievements, skills and experience.
The beginning is probably the hardest part.
Here is a list of things you need to collect before writing your resume.
Find a copy of your latest resume.
The organized people among us said, \"Du.
It\'s on my computer.
\"But there are people who haven\'t looked for their resumes since they were hired in 2002.
If you look at it, see it, see it, or can\'t find it, then ask the HR department. it\'s very nice. Will they open your personnel file and put your own
Worried that your boss will be told your request and persuaded (and agitated)
Are you leaving?
In big companies, it\'s doubtful that the HR records administrator talks to your boss.
They don\'t care why you want it.
But if you work in a smaller office and think that your request may cause problems, don\'t do so.
List every position you have held since you wrote your last resume.
Keep in mind that you can have many different jobs in the same company.
Promotion, lateral transfer, random change of title--
Write them all down
Don\'t forget about temporary work, counseling, and volunteering.
Compile the list of tasks you handle.
Did you change the toilet paper?
Write it down.
You shouldn\'t try to filter out \"unimportant\" at this point \".
\"What you want to do is write it down, because it may help to evoke your memory of the key tasks you are dealing.
Search for your performance reviews.
Keep an eye on the numbers.
All this data should be added to your list.
The achievements you or your manager mentioned may also be a key point in your resume.
Your boss should have a copy if you don\'t keep it.
Collect your education/certification/license.
Everyone knows that they need to mention their university degree on their resume, but have you been in a continuing education class?
Just for fun? Jot that down--
It may be helpful later.
Brainstorm to list your technical skills.
Computer programs, machine operations, etc.
Write it down if you can.
Once you have collected all the information, it becomes easy to write a resume.
Related: 8 simple ways to customize your resume.
Photos by Yemisi Blake, Flickr cc month.
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