Why do we need a resume?


For the most of us, unless we own a business or work in the entertainment/arts industry, need a resume. According to Wikipedia, a resume can be defined as  a document used by persons to present their backgrounds and skills, with the intention of gaining employment with a prospective employer. So someone might start a business, now to cope with the increasing demand for their business will hire staff. To hire the right staff, the employer wants to make sure they know what they’re doing. For example the job might be for a printer operator. Now this kind of job requires skills, and depending on the complexity and level of supervision in the role, will also require some degree of experience performing similar duties. Different professions and trades have different styles of resumes used. For example, a resume for a computer programmer would have a separate page outlining the software programs and languages including months/years of experience the jobseeker has had. But a business development executive would have their resume written in a way which focuses on sales targets reached and clients worked with.

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Author: Matthew Coppola, Managing Director of Client Centric.

Client Centric – Executive Employment Solutions are a boutique employment services company specialising in executive and managerial level roles. We are committed to helping you succeed in your career and to do this we have the best staff on board to help you reach your goals. Our team are highly experienced and knowledgeable in a broad range of areas and expertise, so you get the best advice. We service clients all over Australia including Perth, Brisbane, Melbourne, Adelaide, Sydney and Hobart.  We provide Resume Writing ServicesCover Letter WritingLinkedIn ProfilesAddressing Selection Criteria’s and we also offer a Job Application Service where we apply for jobs on your behalf and all you do is wait for the call. Please visit our website at www.clientcentric.com.au to find out more.

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