From 25 years of recent experience in resume preparation and teaching classes on resume and portfolio design and preparation, I can offer you this material that has helped 1000s of people obtain employment. In our 9-county area, my division at work set employment records statewide from 1995 - 2005.
"A Hub Portal for Resumes, Formats, and Their Uses":
http://pattyinglishms.hubpages.com/hub/ … rmats-Uses
Patty, I just read your hub, and its wonderful! There is alot of in-depth information that I never realized before...great work!
That's VERY helpful...I am going to update my hub, may I include a link to that hub also?
There are also many sites that offer free resume templates, both general and career oriented. If you just type 'free resume templates' into the search engine, you will see many. They give you examples of what to write and how to word it, so it makes it easy for people, like myself, that have never written one before.
by Simon Lam 3 years ago
Can you list writing on Hubpages as writing experience or employment on a resume?Has anyone done this?
by Rebecca Graf 6 years ago
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by irmisol 4 years ago
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by Sharilee Swaity 5 years ago
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by Susannah Birch 3 years ago
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by SANTAMARIA 8 years ago
If you get terminated after 2 months, do you enter that experience in your resume or it is best to leave it out. If you do enter in your resume how do you explain in an interview why were you fired? Thanks.
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