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MEAT
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Mon Sep-18-17 07:20 PM

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"Are there new standards to resume writing? I'm rusty. "


  

          

And how far back in employment do you go?
Where should I put my degree? Top or bottom?
Same questions for certification.

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In terms of employment: most recent positions, then relevant positions
Sep 18th 2017
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Fit the position and "enhance" with stories
Sep 18th 2017
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PimpTrickGangstaClik
Member since Oct 06th 2005
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Mon Sep-18-17 07:52 PM

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1. "In terms of employment: most recent positions, then relevant positions"
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You want to show what you've been doing for the past 5 or so years. After that only put things that a relevant or noteworthy.

There's no need to put that you were a fry cook at McDs 15 years ago (unless you are getting into a similar industry)

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Kira
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Mon Sep-18-17 08:11 PM

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2. "Fit the position and "enhance" with stories"
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>And how far back in employment do you go?

As far as I need to and when I can't go that far back it's story time.....

>Where should I put my degree? Top or bottom?

At the top but if your graduation date is different and you don't have relevant experience in the interim then you may want to exclude the date.

>Same questions for certification.

Include the date but you need projects that you worked on listed somewhere.

^^ All of this is my opinion and OKHR actually exists so ask them for specifics.

  

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