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Students and Teachers of English as a Foreign Language in China - by Paul Sparks
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Reading: Documents - CV's / Resumes
Adapted from: http://www.prenticehall.ca/rogers/1_3.html
The resume is a summary of your education and work history. It can show a potential employer other skills you've gained through volunteer work. It can also highlight past accomplishments that indicate the potential you have to achieve well in the future for your new boss.
From the moment the
potential employer sets eyes on the envelope containing your resume and
job application letter, you are being evaluated. You want that letter to
create a good first impression. Then, you want the content and
organization to convince the employer to hire you.
Creating the Content of
When employers glance over a resume, they expect to see certain kinds of information about the job applicant:
Most resumes begin with the name of the applicant and the other information that makes it easy for the potential employer to contact the applicant.
For more information see: http://www.prenticehall.ca/rogers/1_3.html