Questions about Resumes on Military2career.com
A military2career.com member submitted this query:
I have been told to keep my resume to only one page. There is conflicting info as to how much personal information I should put in my resume. What exactly are the rules??
The key function of your resume is to be your introduction as to how you and your skill set fit the the corporate structure you are apply for. That said, keep in mind that the focus of of your resume is to land an Interview! Your resume is your calling card. the interview will show you as a person and a professional.
here are some simple guidelines to follow when composing a resume:
- Restrict your resume to 2 pages. One page is still optimum with a cover letter. Avoid long descriptions personal descriptions about why you are a team player your creativity. Use clear examples of accomplishments that show how creative you have been in your work.
- Formatting is very important for legibility. always use professional typefaces at 12 point. Trying to reduce the font size to squeeze your resume onto the page will not work. Make your resume fit by editing your paragraphs to key points will make it fit. Have some one read your resume Military2career.com has 1-on-1 resume critiques to give you the edge you need.
- HR and Employers read thousand of resumes. Make it clean and keep it simple.
At military2career.com, we understand that writing an effective resume is difficult. Let us help you write a resume that will score an interview and the next job in your career!
Sesame Street helps Veteran’s and Military Families
I pinned this picture from pinterest. It breaks my heart when I see folks in the military separated from their families. That is why I am glad to be a member of military2career.com At military2career.com families and friends …or those who need a friend in a another city from Ft Worth to Washington D.C. can help ueach other. Veterans, military spouses ex military are given a leg up to the next step in their journey to the private sector at military2career.com
s3.cinemagnetics is a site with a collection of resources from Sesame Street. It is designed to help military families. It is provided in cooperation with the Defense Centers of Excellence for Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury.
The Sesame Workshop, helps children and parents communicate during uncertain times.
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Verizon, Veterans and Technology Jobs
The Inforgraphic below depicts that Veterans, and ex military are educated and prepared to join private sector in technology Jobs. Military2career.com has technology jobs with employers who wish to employ hire veterans. Verizon is a key employer of veterans in the technology field as evidence in this infographic. Many companies like Verizon at military2career.com are eager to hire Veterans.
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Veteran’s Moving for Great Jobs
If you found a great job, would you move? How about If the employer paid your relocating expenses would you consider it? Today, many people are relocating for a new job.
Surveys show as many as 20% of people surveyed will relocate for a new job especially people who have been laid off over 12 months
A great many employers are covering the moving expenses if it will entice talented employees from out of town. “32 percent of employers indicated they would be willing to pay a worker to relocate.”
Atake a look at jobs all over the country at military2career.com. Vets and spouses of vet move often. If you are a veteran, ex-military or a spouse of someone in the military, we have many jobs all over tthe country. Check it out!