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Homework How do you make your resume, stand out with so much competition? We talking this morning with Jason Lovelace, he's been with us. Um, for the past several hours you were appreciate xx easy area of vice president in Chicago with careerbuilder.com. We've been hooking you up here alive on the air with people who need some help with their résumés. Now we have Jennell Floyd with us. Jennell Floyd, thank you for being here. You go right ahead He has looked at your resume. You go right ahead ask of your line, what's your question is about your resume? Good morning and thank you. My question is um, I think I've done a pretty good job of xx my skills outlining, my experience. And I need to know what's missing on my resume? Ok, that's a great question, Jennell. First of all, you know, I did review your resume and congratulations on your upcoming degree. It looks like you're graduating in June this year. So that's a big feat itself. But, now I took a look at your resume and good news about your resume is that you do have a lot of important key words and information that should be at the top for recruiter to see. The unfortunate piece about your resume is you are not doing a great job of marketing yourself. And what I mean is I'll just give a couple of cosmetic, um, information. First of all, the top of your resume. You have your contact information and it really takes up the first 5 to 10 percent of that first page. It's basically waste the space. You want to try to condense that and make it a little bit more appealing. The other thing is there is really no attention grabber. Why you? Why would company select you? The other thing that you do is you highlight some of your awards and recognition. But you could probably do a better job of really show case he knows, letting companies know who you are. The accolades that you've had throughout your career. And really again highlight xx different points. Then the finial thing from a cosmetic standpoint is your all paragraphs in your resume. And to a recruiter, time is money. And when they're sifting through resumes, you've got grabbed their attention. You should put bullet points with the different things you've accomplished. But don't expect them to read through paragraph after paragraph that each individual job. I think the couple those things will help you and should write your resume to the top. OK, some good advice from J there in Chicago. And Jennell, good luck to you. I hope you get the job that you want.
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how do you make your resume stand out with so many competetion, we are talking this one with Days she wil appreciate to easy area,vice present of chicago with carredr builder.com we've been talking you up here alive on the air the people who need some help about resume now we have +++ with us ++++ thank you for beening here you go right ahand he is looked your resume you go right ahead ask of your line,what's your quesiton is about your resumen good morning my question is that i think i had done pretty good job of so many exact money my expensise and i need to know what's missing on my resume ok that's great question first of all I did review your resume and congratulations on your upcoming degree,it looks like you're graduating in June this year ok ,that's a big feat itself.But now i took a look at your resume the good news about your resume you do have lot of key words and information that should be at top for recruiter to see.the unfortunate pieces about your resume you are not doing great job of market yourselves what i meaning is I'll just give a couple of cosmetic,um. information first of all the topic resume you have contact information and really takes up the first five to ten percent that first page. it basically waste the space. you want try to condence that and make it a little bit more appealing, the other things you really know attention grabbe why you ,why would company select you ? the other things you do it high light some of your awards and recognition but you could probably do a better job of really show case you knows let company know who you are ,the accolades you've had throughtout your career, and really agian highlight different points.and finally things from cosmetic stand point is your all paragraphs in your resume,and to a recriter time is money and when they are sifting through resumes, you've gotta grab their attention. You should put bullet points with different things that you’ve accomplished but don't expect them to read through paragraph after paragraph that each individual job. I think a couple of those things will help you and should rise your resume to the top. Ok, some good advice from Jason Lovelace there in Chicago, and Janel, good luck to you, I hope you'll get the job that you want.(Thank you)Thanks for calling in.
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How do you make your resume stand out with so much competition? We are talking this with Jason

Lovelace, stay with us. For the past several hour, ?? appreciate ?? vice president in Chicago,

with her realbuilter.com. We've been hoping you up here alive on the air with people who needs

some help with their resumes.Now we have Jenal Freud on with this.
Jenal Freud, thank you for being here. You go right ahead. He is looking at your resume. You go

right ahead. Ask if you like, what is your question about your resume.
" Good morning, and thank you, my question is that I think I've done a pretty good job of summing

my skills, and outlining my experience. And I need to know what's missing on my resume."
Okay. That's a great question, you know. First of all, you know, I did review your resume.

Congratulation on your coming degree that looks you'll graduate in the July this year. So that's a

big feet itself. But, now, took a look at your resume, the good news is that you do have a lot of

important key words, and information that should be at the top for recruitors to see. The

unfortunate piece of your resume is that you are not doing a great job of marketing yourself. What

I mean, I just give a lot of cosmetic information, frist of all, the top of your resume, you have

your contact information, and it really takes up the first 5 to 10 percent of that page. It's

basically wasted the space. You want to try to condense that, and make a little bit opinion. The

other thing is that there is really no attention grabber. Why you? Why would companies select you?

The other thing you do is your highlight some of your words and recognition, but you could

probably do a better job of really showcasing you know??, letting companies know who you are, the

?? of your career, and really again, highlighting thoes different points. Then the final thing

from a cosmetic stand point is your all paragraghs in your resume. To a recruitor, time is money.

When they are sifting those resumes, you're gonna grab their attention, you should put bold points

to different things that you've accomplished. But don't expect them to read through paragraph

after paragraph at each individual job. I think, couple of those things will help you and rise

your resume to the top.
Ok. Some good advise from Jason Lovelace there at Chicago. And Jenail, good luck to you, hope you

get the job you want. Thank you for calling.

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How do you make your resume stand out with so much competition? We talk it this morning with Tasson Lovelace by splitting with us for pairs of hours with preciate whose area was president of Chicago with careerbuilder.com. We’ve been hooking you up ….People who needs help with their resume. Now we have a low ** and with this…..Thank you for being here, you go a right ahead, he’s look a resume. You go a right ahead….which is the question about your resume.

Good morning and thank you. My question is that I think I’ve done a great job of some skilled….my experience, and I need to know what missing on my resume.

Okay, that’s a great question, you know. First of all, you know, I did a review of your resume and congradulations on your upcoming degree of …next graduation in June of this year. So, that’s a big feel of yourself, but, I took a review of your resume, and good news about your resume that you do a lot of important key words and information that should be at the top for a recruiter to see. The unfortunately piece of the resume is you not do a great job of marketing yourself. What I mean is to give a couple of cosmetic information. First of all, the top of your resume you have contact information and really takes a first of 5-10% of that first page. It’s basicly waste the space. You wouldn’t try to condense that to make a woodable opinion. The other thing is you really know attention grabber. Why you, why would company select you, the other thing you do, you highlight some of your awards, regulation, but you could probably your better job of really show case knows. Letting companies know who you are…….career, and really again highlight the different points and then the final thing for the cosmetic stand point is your all paragraphs in your resume, and to a recruiter, time is money, and when they are sniff your resumes you’ve grabbed their attention. You should bold points with the different things you’ve complished, but don’t speculate in the way…the paragraph and paragraph you have done jobs. Think a couples a those things with help you and should rise your resume to the top.

Okay, some good advices from Jassiion Lovelace from Chicago, and you know. Good luck to you, hope you get a job you want, thanks for calling in.

 

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How do you make your resume stand out with so much competition? We're talking  this morning with Jason Lovelace by splitting with us.Professor are seriously appreciated too easy  was vice president of Chicago with careerbuilder.com. We’ve been hooking you up.  Here line on the air is the people who needs some help with their resumes. Now we have a low ** and with this…..Thank you for being here,  you go right ahead, he’s looked your resume. You go right ahead….next question is about your resume.

Good morning and thank you.

Good morning.

My question is that I think I’ve done a pretty great job of selling my skill out….my experience, and I need to know what's missing on my resume.

 Ok, that’s a great question, you know. First of all, you know, I did a review of your resume and congradulations on your upcoming degree looks like a next graduate in June of this year. So, that’s a big feel of yourself, but, I took a review of your resume, and the good news about your resume that you do have a lot of important key words and information that should be at the top for a recruiter to see. The unfortunate piece of the resume is you not do a great job of marketing yourself. What I mean is to give a couple of cosmetic information. First of all, the top of your resume you have contact information and really takes a first of 5-10% of that first page. It’s basicly  a waste of space. You wouldn’t try to condense that to make a woodable opinion. The other thing is there is really no attention grabber. Why you, why would company select you? the other thing you do, you highlight some of your awards, recognition, but you could probably do a better job of really show case knows. Letting companies know who you are…….career, and really again highlight the different points and then the final thing for the cosmetic stand point is your all paragraphs in your resume, and to a recruiter, time is money, and when they are sniff your resumes you’ve grabbed their attention. You should bold points with the different things you’ve complished, but don’t expect expect them to read through your paragraph to paragraph that each of them will be a jog job. Think a couples a those things with help you and should rise your resume to the top.

Okay, some good advices from Jason Lovelace from Chicago, and you know. Good luck to you, hope you get a job you want, thanks for calling in.

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How do you make your resume stand out with so much competition? We are talking this morning with Jason Lovelace stay with us. appreciate Tooeasy vice president in Chicago with Careerbuilder.com. We will be hooking you up on line in the air with people who need some help with their resumes. Now we have Jennell Floyd on with us. Jennell Floyd, thank you for being here, you go right ahead, he has looked at your resume. You go right ahead and ask your line. What's your question about your resume?

 

Good morning and thank you. My question is (Good morning.) I think I have done a pretty good job of selling my skills out, outlining my experiences and I need to know what missing on my resume.

 

Ok, that's a great question, Jennell. First of all, I did review your resume and the, congratulations, on your road-coming degree. It looks like you have graduated at June this year. So that's a big fit itself. Now took a look at your resume and the good news about your resume is that you do have a lot of important key words and information that should be at the top for recruiters to see. The unfortunate piece about your resume is you are not doing a great job of marketing yourself. And what I mean is, I just give a couple of cosmetic information.

 

First of all, the top of your resume. You have your contact information and it really takes up the first five to ten percent of the first page. It's basically wasting space. You wanna try to condense that and make it a little bit more appealing. The other thing that there is really no intention or ever. Why you, why the company select you? The other thing that you do is that you highlight some awards and recognition, but you could probably do a better job of really showcasing yourself, letting companies know who you are, the accolades you have throughout your career and really, again, highlighting those different points. And then the final thing for a cosmetic standpoint is you all paragraphs in your resume. And to a recruiter, time is money. And when they are sifting through resumes, you've got to grab their attention. You should put bullet points with different things you have accomplished. But don't expect them to read through paragraph after paragraph at each individual job. I think a couple of those things will help you and should rise your resume to the top.

 

OK, some good advices from Jason Lovelace in Chicago and Jennell Floyd, good luck to you. Hope you (Thank you.) get the job that you want. Thanks for calling in.

 

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How do you make your resume stand out with so much competition. We are talking this more with Jason who's been with us for passd hours. We appreciate it. Jason is the area vice president at Chicago with careerbuilder.com. We've been hooking you up here online with people who need some help with their resumes. Now we have to F* with us. J F thank you for being here. You go right ahead. Here he's looked at your resume. You go ahead ask him online which question about your resume.
Good morning and thank you. My question is I think I have done pretty good job of somehow outstanding my experience and I need to know what missing on my resume.
OK, that's a great question G*. First of all you did review your resume and congradulations on you upcoming degree. It looks like you are graduating in June this year so that's a big feat itself. But took at your resume good news about your resume is that you do have a lot of important key words and information that should be at the top for recruiters to see. Unfortunate piece about your resume is that you are not doing a great job of marketing yourself. What I mean is that I just give a couple of cosmetic information. First of all at the top of your resume you have contact information and will take some first five to ten percent of that first page. It basically wastes the space. You want to try to condense that and made it a little bit more apealing. Another thing is that there is really no attention grabber. Why you? Why would company select you? The other thing you do that you highlight some of you awards and recognition. But you could probably do a better job really show case in notes, letting the companys know who you are, the acculates that you head brought to your career and really again highlight those different points. And final thing from cosmatic stnad point is you all paragraphs in your resume and to recruiter time is money and with their sifting your resumes, you've got to grab their attention you should put bullet points with different things that you accomplished. But don't expect them to read through paragraph to paragraph that each individual job. I think a couple of those things that will help you and you should raise your resume to the top.
OK, some good advice from Jason Chicargo and J good luck to you. Hope you get the job you want. Thanks for calling in.
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homework How do you make your resume stand out with so much competition. we are talking this more with Jason Lovelace who is being with us.Tanks for the past several hours. You were appreciated **the air of the vice-president of Chicago with careerbuilder.com .We’ve being hooking you up here live on the air with people who need some help with their resumes. Now ,we have Jennell Floyd on with us.** Tank you for being here,you go right ahead ,Here is a look at your resume.you go right ahead and ask him here live.what your question is about your resume. Good morning and thank you. My question is .I think i have done a pretty job of selling my skills, outlining my experience.And i need to know what 's missing on my resume. Ok that's a great question Jennel .First of all,You know ,I did review your resume ,and congratulations on your upcoming degree .it looks like you are graduating in the June of this year.that's a big feat itself.But now I took a look at your resume and the good news about your resume is that you do have a lot of important key words and information that should be at the top for recuitors to see.The unfortunate piece about your resume is that you are not doing a great job of marketing yourself.and what i mean is I’ll just give a couple of cosmetic information. First of all, at the top of your resume.You have your contact information ,and It really takes up the first five to ten percent of the first page.It's basically wasted the space.You want to try to condense that make it a little bit more appealing . The other thing is there is really no attention grabber. Why you? Why would a company select you?The other thing that you do is you highlight some of your awards and recognition .But you could probably do a better job of really showcase you knows,leting companies know who you are.the accolades that you had throughout your career and really again highlighting those different points. And then final thing from a cosmetic standpoint is you are all paragraphs in your resume .And to a recruiter ,time is money! and when there are sifting through resumes.you've getta grab their attention.you should put bullet points with the different things that you’ve complished.But don't expect them to read through paragraph after paragraph that each individual job.I think a couple of those things will help you and it should rise your resume to the top. Ok,some good advice from Jason Lovelacee there in Chicago, and Gennell, Good luck to you,and I hope you will get the job that you want .Tanks for calling in.
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