Published at Wednesday, 01 May 2019. Resume. By Gregoire Boutet.
Activities beyond the workplace can show skills that will apply to a new career. Interests in groups, support groups, contacts, networks, sporting clubs or associations will be great to list in the career change resume. Any activity that shows an interest in the new field will help create an overall picture of you as the applicant and give the prospective employer an understanding of why you wanted to have a career change.
At the top of the page you will want to briefly summarize your skills and what you have to offer the employer, this is a very important piece of the resume if not the most important part, make sure you are brief and straight to the point! Make sure to compliment yourself and your skills, for example use keywords and turn them into statements that can easily sum everything up in one sentence such as- Over seven years of experience in implementing, developing and managing complex projects with the ability to meet deadlines and time constraints with ease and accuracy.
It is very important to put accent on your natural and acquired skills as these will be crucial in your new career. Make a bulleted list with your skills and again, don't forget to be specific and include only the skills that are useful with the job you hope to get. It is also important to include a personal profile summary with an in-depth analysis of your job-related skills. Don't forget to mention any other activity, volunteer work, seminar or course that has some relevance in this situation.
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