Hrm

Jun. 28th, 2010 01:04 pm
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I've been thinking about a way to quantify the experience I got when I wasn't going to college, so that I can put it on my resume to give it that something 'extra'.

Here's what I have now, I'd like thoughts on it...

Education:

Dot Com University 1996-2001
Began career in the fast growing, swiftly expanding dot com industry. Was exposed to a vast amount of business knowledge and varied corporate cultures, assisted in expansion and trend-setting of start-up companies and participated in shaping the computer industry as it is today.



It's my first crack at a concept that I'm not even sure I'll go through with, but if I were going to be ballsy, this is how I'd go about it.

Thoughts?

Date: 2010-06-28 08:28 pm (UTC)
From: [identity profile] graphxgrrl.livejournal.com
I've been part of interviewing a ton of people the last month for a couple of open positions on my team at work, and one of the resumes I saw recently that worked well in doing something similar was that they wrote a summary of various skill sets and job duties and then underneath referenced which jobs related to those skills. Especially when you've held multiple jobs with really similar job duties, that was super helpful in making the information more accessible.

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