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How to Backup your Skills in a Resume
by DaveMich
Feb 18, 2013 | 85 views | 0 0 comments | 1 1 recommendations | email to a friend | print | permalink

Your resume is an effective tool to advertise your proficiencies and strengths. If you want to get ahead of other applicants, work on your resume. If you are unable to write an effective job application, resume writing services are alternate solutions. You can try these resume services to formulate your resume. Provide them your customized requirements and get your job application in your mailbox. However, it is requested not to rely completely on these services. No one knows you better than you. Give resume writing a try. You can take help of your colleagues and friends to formulate a powerful job application.

To backup your skills, highlight your highest level strengths. Start with reverse chronological order and mention your latest experiences and qualifications first. Make separate section for each qualification. To do that use subheadings, numbered and bulleted points. Every skill must be mentioned separately. Do not cluster your experiences and strengths. Give titles and name every category or section. Include the name of the employer, job title, name of corporation, dates and your achievements. It is suggested not to include the duties. Highlight your achievements. Accentuate the list of things or contributions you made to benefit the previous employer and the company.

Your resume must contain language and computer skills. If you have introduced anything new in the company, emphasize on these credentials. Tell your employers that how your skills and experiences are going to benefit them and their company. Market yourself powerfully. Remember, there are hundreds of other candidates and many of them more qualified and experienced than you. In this situation you need to focus on objectivity of your job application. Use as much keywords as you can. Many employers use special software to scan the resumes. If you don’t include the keywords in your resume, you lose chance to get an interview call. Several are resources to get acquainted with these keywords that suit your job position. Make the most of online resources.


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You nailed it, Mr. President
by DaveMich
May 05, 2011 | 1265 views | 0 0 comments | 20 20 recommendations | email to a friend | print | permalink

Obama decides not to release images of Osama bin Laden's corpse. He is right on this.


Bin Laden, the Al-Qaeda leader who is mastermind to the grim September 11 attacks in US, was killed in a military operation set out in Abbottabad, Pakistan last May 1.


The President's decision is both rational and sensitive. Bin Laden is dead. This is not about authenticity, anyway. Believers need not see photographs. Providing the public with graphics would serve no impact in altering the opinion of those thinking this news is just a hoax.


Futhermore, provoking another tragic incident to happen is never a good idea. Hate does not have to be invited. Otherwise, the point in fighting terrorism will be lost.


It is more about respect, and everybody is entitled to that. Nobody wants to see videos or photos of their loved ones being beheaded by rebels.


This argument about showing Bin Laden's still shots is a timely topic in writing good essays. Reactions may depend as to where a person is coming from. In this case, putting into consideration our being human should serve a good common ground.


Obama made a smart choice. It is sweet celebrating justice that had been served, finally. To rejoice for somebody's death is another issue.


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