by Harold Almon baesoe.com
Be at Ease School of Etiquette Austin
Create a Bio-Benefit Resume; the first purpose of this document is to let someone know that you are alive, have a personality, and that there are benefits to be expected by doing business with you, in recommending you to someone else, and to be experienced from hiring you to fill an anticipated need in an upcoming vacancy. Remember the purpose of your resume is not to accurately account for the time you lived, worked, and for work’s sake died; its function is to sell your benefits and to get you a live body interview. The third purpose of a resume is to justify the correctness of a decision someone has already made about hiring you. Advantages to list:
1. Complete (ID/ contact) data in a congruent order.
2. A job Objective: services you can and want to be paid to provide- that can be of help someone else. You can write
3. A Professional Work Summary of your experience: qualifications and accomplishments.
4. Key skills you have in terms that were listed in the job description (to trigger a search engine to flag your resume.) You may include a brief paid and volunteer work history. State your
5. Education: degrees, certifications, seminars, continuing education credits, training, and hands on experience. You can dummy down your resume, fewer will fire you for doing so.
6. Proficiencies: technical, computer, and language. List
7. Certifications, include first aid, CPR training and all Licenses. List
8. Security Clearances/ bonds you have had, include military service, and state your (community)
9. Member (ships). (Get the length of your resume down to one page.) Someone can hire you only because… there is a vacancy. Someone may retain you because… of your personality. Spend time developing one. After completing your resume and cover letter, and before your interview, there are other things to do.