resume. Tuesday , November 14th , 2017 - 04:53:10 AM
If while in school you completed a degree in education, you are already one step ahead of the game. Though you might not have hands-on experience in a classroom, you have a solid foundation of the fundamentals and understand how to teach. On the other hand, you may have completed a degree in business, and have no post-secondary education relating directly to teaching. If this is the case, do not feel discouraged. There is still a good chance that you have done something in your life that relates to education, even if it is not apparent. Think back to any additional duties you have performed or roles you have played that involved instruction or training. For instance, maybe you trained colleagues in a new computer program or developed and presented internal workshops for your company. These tasks required planning and instructional skills that are key for becoming an educator. Make sure that you highlight any of these additional responsibilities under each job position. Use a bullet point format to make them really stand out.
Many people are not familiar with what an "objective" actually entails. In fact, most people assume that resumes are nothing more or less than a "bloated" general application and that the only thing you really need to do with a resume is plug in your past work history and references for potential employers to contact. However, if that was the case, there would be no point to creating a resume at all. A resume is more of a self-promotion tool for a potential employee to use to entice a potential employer to check them out.
After all, your resume serves as your first impression when being viewed by the hiring manager in the Human Resources department. It could either make you stand out from the other applicants or, fail to create a favorable impression altogether and land in the garbage bin. You need to remember that any hiring manager work against time, and would only spend around 40 to 50 seconds in scanning your resume. Having some eye catching information written may very well land you on their short list.
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