Job Creation in Saskatchewan

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Job Creation in Saskatchewan

RioTinto is investing in the Potash industry in Saskatchewan,this is excellent news for Canada and employment within the mining industry:  http://goo.gl/8yCPU

Job Creation in Saskatchewan

RioTinto is investing in the Potash industry in Saskatchewan,this is excellent news for Canada and employment within the mining industry:  http://goo.gl/8yCPU

Resume writing 101

KISS

This article is not about the Rock Band or your first kiss it’s about something simpler and less exciting but something still very useful: you’re Resume.

When it comes to writing your Resume one needs to keep the KISS [Keep It Simple and Straightforward] principle firmly in mind. The Resume is a snapshot of your work history and your personality so here are a few, easy to follow pointers:

1. Your name and address including phone number[s] and email address should be the first thing anyone sees on the Resume. Make sure your personal information is centred and if you need get a professional sounding email address – no “bigdaddyshome@hotmail” addresses.

2. After your personal information put down your Education. Hiring Mgrs. want to know if you have a ticket[s] and therefore your education should be the next thing they see. You Do Not need to write an objective, objectives are redundant and limit your job prospects.

3. List your work experience next , when listing your work Do be specific, say if you have any Supervision experience, tell them the type of equipment you have worked on, tell them the details of your job, responsibilities, etc.

4. If you have worked Contract jobs make that very clear, don’t assume they know.

5. List your skills after your work experience, if you have any language skills other than English put them down, etc.

6. If you will relocate put that down in the Resume, not everyone reads cover letters, so just because you said you will relocate in your Cover Letter doesn’t mean they will know that. Do Not name your references say that they are available if requested. In total your resume should be 2-3 pages in length.

7. The last point is very important: follow up with a company after sending in your resume. Call the company and ask for Human Resources and leave a short message with whoever answers the phone [even if it is only voice mail] tell them who you are and that you have submitted your resume for a job & leave your phone number. By phoning them you are selling the company on your communication skills and separating your profile from the other applicants.

By following these 7 rules your Resume will have more impact and your job hunting will be more fruitful. Good Luck.

ACareerJob-The Career Matching App
 info@theonera.com

Resume writing 101

KISS

This article is not about the Rock Band or your first kiss it’s about something simpler and less exciting but something still very useful: you’re Resume.

When it comes to writing your Resume one needs to keep the KISS [Keep It Simple and Straightforward] principle firmly in mind. The Resume is a snapshot of your work history and your personality so here are a few, easy to follow pointers:

1. Your name and address including phone number[s] and email address should be the first thing anyone sees on the Resume. Make sure your personal information is centred and if you need get a professional sounding email address – no “bigdaddyshome@hotmail” addresses.

2. After your personal information put down your Education. Hiring Mgrs. want to know if you have a ticket[s] and therefore your education should be the next thing they see. You Do Not need to write an objective, objectives are redundant and limit your job prospects.

3. List your work experience next , when listing your work Do be specific, say if you have any Supervision experience, tell them the type of equipment you have worked on, tell them the details of your job, responsibilities, etc.

4. If you have worked Contract jobs make that very clear, don’t assume they know.

5. List your skills after your work experience, if you have any language skills other than English put them down, etc.

6. If you will relocate put that down in the Resume, not everyone reads cover letters, so just because you said you will relocate in your Cover Letter doesn’t mean they will know that. Do Not name your references say that they are available if requested. In total your resume should be 2-3 pages in length.

7. The last point is very important: follow up with a company after sending in your resume. Call the company and ask for Human Resources and leave a short message with whoever answers the phone [even if it is only voice mail] tell them who you are and that you have submitted your resume for a job & leave your phone number. By phoning them you are selling the company on your communication skills and separating your profile from the other applicants.

By following these 7 rules your Resume will have more impact and your job hunting will be more fruitful. Good Luck.

ACareerJob-The Career Matching App
 info@theonera.com

Resume writing 101

KISS

This article is not about the Rock Band or your first kiss it’s about something simpler and less exciting but something still very useful: you’re Resume.

When it comes to writing your Resume one needs to keep the KISS [Keep It Simple and Straightforward] principle firmly in mind. The Resume is a snapshot of your work history and your personality so here are a few, easy to follow pointers:

1. Your name and address including phone number[s] and email address should be the first thing anyone sees on the Resume. Make sure your personal information is centred and if you need get a professional sounding email address – no “bigdaddyshome@hotmail” addresses.

2. After your personal information put down your Education. Hiring Mgrs. want to know if you have a ticket[s] and therefore your education should be the next thing they see. You Do Not need to write an objective, objectives are redundant and limit your job prospects.

3. List your work experience next , when listing your work Do be specific, say if you have any Supervision experience, tell them the type of equipment you have worked on, tell them the details of your job, responsibilities, etc.

4. If you have worked Contract jobs make that very clear, don’t assume they know.

5. List your skills after your work experience, if you have any language skills other than English put them down, etc.

6. If you will relocate put that down in the Resume, not everyone reads cover letters, so just because you said you will relocate in your Cover Letter doesn’t mean they will know that. Do Not name your references say that they are available if requested. In total your resume should be 2-3 pages in length.

7. The last point is very important: follow up with a company after sending in your resume. Call the company and ask for Human Resources and leave a short message with whoever answers the phone [even if it is only voice mail] tell them who you are and that you have submitted your resume for a job & leave your phone number. By phoning them you are selling the company on your communication skills and separating your profile from the other applicants.

By following these 7 rules your Resume will have more impact and your job hunting will be more fruitful. Good Luck.

ACareerJob-The Career Matching App
 info@theonera.com