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Asked by james on August 2, 2019

I have more experience that doesnt fit on 1 page. I am still in college though so I want to keep it to a 1 page resume. Should I list after the work experience I am able to fit, the most recent 3, "Please visit my linkedin page for more experience"? Thank you

Worthington have responded.

I always encourage applicants to tailor their resume to the position for which they are applying. Some of your roles are likely more directly related or have more transferable skills than other positions. I…

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Asked by Sarah on July 30, 2019

Should I include athletic achievements somewhere on my resume?

Worthington have responded.

When preparing your resume, it's always important to think about how the information you include will demonstrate to the hiring team that you are qualified for the position to which you're applying. If you…

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Asked by Celia on July 26, 2019

How can I explain on my resume that I'm going to junior college to gather enough credits to transfer into a 4 year college?

HPE have responded.

Great Question! There are a few ways to highlight this in your resume, 2 come to mind off the bat. If you have an objective/profile section in your resume you can add a sentence regarding the transfer and when…

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Asked by Jared on February 14, 2019

Is it better to use my personally created resume or the one that a website like teamwork online provides?

VFC, HP, HP have responded.

Ultimately, I'm not sure it matters, as long as it is good.  I tend to like a more personalized version and yes, those of us with experience, can generally tell when it is and when it is not.  One…

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Asked by Brandon on June 18, 2019

I'm only one year into college and want to put my resume together. What are some things I could mention that might standout to employers?

Avery Dennison, HPE, Worthington have responded.

You can include skills, computer programs, and hands-on training you're receiving in your classes as well as achievements you've had (Dean's List, Chancellor's List, academic recognition, etc.).  If you've…

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