Thank you so much for posting this article. It really helped me ace my job interview last week. I not only got the job of my dreams, but I’m now working in a company I really like as well. I also got lots of advice on how to write my resume from another website. Both are important if you want to get a job.
I'm an accountant and I work full time, I have no children, but all my friends do which sucks, I only go out on the weekends, I have a boyfriend who annoys me sometimes so I am looking for a part time waitress/bartending job. I did it for years when I was 18 until maybe 25 (I am 28 now). I am confused in how to write my resume. I'm unsure about the objective, and do I put on there the accounting firm I work for. The objectiv part is the bigger dilemma. I want to make is sound like i am a hard experienced worker but I want a break if the very very boring world of accounting. I can not think of a way to say it so it sounds professional and I have been brainstorming for sometime now. I'll love yous (that's not a typo youS is a Philly word)forever!!
I am having to rethink what I want to do and how to write my resume
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