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Have a degree? How to showcase your education on your resume!
You're education is a very important subject on your resume. When trying to highlight your education its important to list your education in reverse chronological order. You want your most recent degree to be listed first so your employer can see your most recent achievement. Hiring managers want to see your highest level of education so list that first. If you've earned a degree you will need to include it on your resume. Try to not use abbreviations when listing your degrees. For example if you have a B.S. write it out as a Bachelor of Science. If you went to school and didn't earn a degree you can still put it on the resume as long as it pertains to the job you are applying for. Make sure you list the name of the school, years attended, and what you studied. If you attended multiple schools make sure to list them in reverse chronological order as well as the years attended and degrees earned. If you have awards or honors be sure to list them in your educations section. Just be wary about what your putting on your resume. Putting unnecessary information on your resume is more harmful than good. Hiring managers want to see information that has to do with the job you are applying for.
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Local job fairs coming up!
San Diego and L.A Area: SEPTEMBER 4, 2014 (THURS) Diversity Employmnet Career Fair Los Angeles, CA More info to come OCTOBER 2, 2014 (THURS) BIO Career Fair 1pm - 6pm San Diego Marriott La Jolla 4240 La Jolla Village Dr La Jolla, CA 92037 OCTOBER 16, 2014 (THURS) Bilingual Job Fair National Society for Hispanic Professionals Hyatt Regency Orange County 11999 Harbor Blvd Garden Grove, CA 92840 NOVEMBER 2-6, 2014 AAPS Annual Expo & Career Fair Meet with top pharmaceutical companies, government agencies, & related orgs. San Diego Convention Center 111 W. Harbor Dr San Diego, CA 92101 NOVEMBER 5, 2014 (WED) Diversity Employment Career Fair San Diego, CA More info to come VISIT http://choicecareerfairs.com/category/career-fairs/san-diego/ To see more in your area!
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How to stand out in an interview!
When going into an interview we want to make sure that we stand out ! Today we will go over some key rules to standing out and making your best impression. First off, you'll want to get to know the place your applying at. This means visiting their website, get to know the place you'll be interviewing at. These subtle little pecks of information can be useful while being interviewed, it shows you are actually interested in the position and not just there to "get a job". Arrive early, but no more than 10-15 mins. You want to have a professional appearance no matter what the job is. First impressions really are everything! Asking questions is a good way to showcase your personality as well. An interview is for both parties to get to know one another... You are also interviewing your possible new co-worker. Ask him/her how they like working there? How long they have been with the company, and so on. You want to build a fun positive relationship with the person interviewing you. Act like you've already got the position and have fun with it! Show your amazing personality and shine. You want to be in a relaxed environment, so let loose and create a connection that will leave you the only possible candidate for the position
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