Writing the resume for newly graduated student is quite different from the experienced personnel because they don’t have working experience to add in the resume. This is not the problem because this section is dedicated for someone who just graduates from the collage.
You may start with your personnel information as address, telephone number, email, etc. Then you need to add the objective why you are applying for this position. Your objective should be precise because many people write so long objective but employers don’t understand what the new students want.
Next is the middle part of your resume which should be easy to read. The middle description should include your educational background, your experiences when you are in the school, your technical knowledge, your computer skill, etc. The most important of this section is your educational background. When you mention your education, you need to start with your recent degree including your degree with date, university name and the grade.
Additionally, if you have an internship experience, this information should be included in your resume too because many employers will seek the people who has the same experience for the position. You should mention the joining date of the position that you are working for and the company name. Continue reading
The following section of this article is devoted to a variety of different resume styles and formats. This will give you full creative license to select what suits you best. Getting the basics down first, though, is every bit as important as the final product you will create using these tips.
The more creative you are in writing about yourself, your credentials, your experience and everything else of importance to a prospective employer, the more attractive your resume will be to a hiring manager.
The three basic resume styles are:
- Chronological Resume
- Functional Resume
- Chronological/Functional combined Resume
The following sections below will give you more details regarding each resume styles and the example of resume.
In this article, it will describe about important elements to create a perfect resume for oilfield employers. Let’s get started.
Developing a Resume Outline
Now that you have organized your career goals, career path, and the professional and personal attributes that make you special, you are ready to write a resume outline. Your resume will contain:
- Your contact information (i.e., name, address, phone, email address, and website address)
- A defined job objective
- A work history
- Educational history
Now that you have a resume outline, you are ready to brainstorm content ideas. Continue reading
As you know that there are so many people who really want to work in the oilfield. However there are only few people who have a chance to get interviewed because they write the good resume. I’ve been working in this oilfield business for years and I know that the chances of your resume being chosen out of a stack of job seekers are getting slimmer. Out of 20 resumes, only two or three candidates will be chosen by employers for an interview. As the number of resumes per job opening increases, the odds against landing the interview are also increasing.
With leading resume writing skills and techniques, you can turn the odds in your favor and get the interviews.
Employers always look for the resumes that jump out at them. They are looking to be impressed by skills, qualifications, and more! By reading your resume, they want to be able to feel comfortable that YOU are the right person for the job. With the right resume, they will choose you before ever setting eyes on you!
Tall order, right? Absolutely! But with the right resume writing skills, you can fill it!
The very first step to landing that ideal job is to write a resume and cover letter that are compelling. Without those two key forms of introduction, there most likely will not be a first interview!
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