It’s all in the Game Yo
Didn't really see a thread about Resumes or Cover Letters. I Know this may not get any Hits but :ehhh: why not? Any gems or tips, ya'll should drop it.
lie as much as possible. as long as you can do the work fukk it..
But dont they actually check if everything you put down is True?
- When it comes to the resume...yall probably know this but the STAR technique is crucial. This goes for interview answers somewhat too. There should always be two points to resume points
Situation + task --> action + result
- Dont just say something like: "Reported company earnings on a weekly basis" ...say something like "Reported company earnings and forecasts on a weekly basis, enabling management to make calculated budgeting decisions and lower costs by 10%."
Random example but you get the point.
My personal interview philosophy is to simply know the job (what technical knowledge is required for the position), know the firm (how do you know this is a place you will enjoy and fit in during work) and know yourself.(what situations/tasks have you faced and completed in the past that ensure you that you can succeed in this position?)
Good shyt breh...I've been status trying to update my resume as of late..I do not like the job where I'm at and the sad thing is they are probably gonna try to promote me soon all because this dumbass white dude said the word "Ebonics" in an email
At my current gig...I'm only working there as a means to pay a few bills off but I don't want my savings to be drained be unemployed again...
Thanks for the gems...Aye, doesn't Liggins or somebody on here work in HR? Dr some knowledge brehs
np. my current gig is just to help me pay off accummulated and provide some financial services experience before I graduate. Debt free now (unless I transfer) so I cant complain
My resume has landed me great interviews though. Ford Canada Head Office, RBC Capital Markets, CIBC World Markets, Microsoft Canada, the list goes on.
It's also important to list skills and interests that may be relevant to the job. It's important to know how to tailor a resume to your job position. *---* For example, even saying that your major is Accounting instead of Corporate Finance can ward off potential finance employees because they may think your not there to stay or youre just trying your luck.
If you're working in pharmaceuticals there's no use in saying that you have experience using Bloomberg or know Java language. The more concise and filtered the better.
I only have 2 work experiences, three skills, 2 extracurriculars/volunteers, 2 interests and then my education at the top. Each work experience or extracurricular has 2,3 points explaining my responsibilities. I can put up an example of my resume. shyts clean.
real shyt right here bro
im thinking about transferring into marketing in-house been crafting an updated resume the past week
what you think about a 2-5 year plan?
i mentioned it to my Supervisor but she wasnt sure because it can kind of put me into a box as far as my future with my job
i cleaned up alot of stuff but i feel like its missing something honestly
im wanna add the 2-5 plan but at the same time i wnna keep myself open to ALL positions in the company i doint wnna go in one direction then find out i dont like it
what you think?
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