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Chronological Resumes Format
What is the correct chronological resume format?
• There is no correct chronological resume format. A resume reflects the qualifications, experience and skills of the applicant. Resumes should also take into account the requirements for the position which the applicant is applying.
• Resumes usually should not be more than 1 or 2 pages. In most cases 1 page is considered more appropriate.
• Resumes should be tailored to the position, and the qualifications, skills and experience of the applicant.
What are the sections of the chronological resume?
Each person is different so each resume is different. Your resume should reflect on your skills, education and experience and the requirements of the position.

The common sections of the chronological resume are:
• Personal - Contact Information - name, address, phone numbers, e-mail
o Make sure the contact information is clear, and the employer doesn't have to waste time looking for a way to contact you.
o Phone numbers should have an answering machine or a way to live a message.
o E-mails should be check daily.
o Address should be current.
Objective - optional
o An object should contain how you can help the company.
o The title of the position that you are applying applying for should be stated in the resume's objective section.
 The objective can contain up to two positions, if the positions have similar tasks.
o Your resume should state how you can help the company, and how your skills can contribute to the company's work force.
o You should clearly state your main qualifications and/or skills.
o The objective should not contain any pronouns.
Profile - Summary of Qualifications - optional
o A profile - Summary of Qualifications is used instead of an objective.
o The profile - summary of qualifications is a quick overview of what you can offer the company.
o The profile - Summary of Qualifications is the section of your resume that emphasizes your skills and qualifications.
Experience list your work experience, volunteer experience, and any other experience that you feel is relevant to the position.
o Your experience can be divided into different sections such as office experience, and technical experience.
o On your resume your your experience should be written in the past tense.
o It is important that your skills and ability's are clearly stated, don't let your skills get lost within your job descriptions.
Employment History -
o State your current place of employment first, and then your previous places of employment in a reversed chronological order.
o Your employment history should include:
 Company the full name of the company. Don't use abbreviations unless they are well known in the industry.
 Job Title - state the full title of the position that you hold/held.
 Dates of Employment - include the dates preferably month and year, from when you started your at the company to the time you finished working at the company.
 A short description of your responsibilities and tasks that were performed at the company.
Qualifications list any qualifications that you have that are need to qualify for the position.
Licenses and Professional Certifications list any licenses and certifications that are required.
Education state any degrees and the dates that you will graduate or graduated.
Affiliations and Memberships that are job related only don't add any personal affiliations or memberships that are not job related.
Languages - state the languages that you know
Activities - that are job related, don't add any personal affiliations or memberships that are not job related.
Hobbies/Interests - that are job related, don't add any personal affiliations or memberships that are not job related.
Military experience if applies.
o Clearly state your rank, position held, and a job description, and type of discharge if honorable or medical.
o State the country severed if necessary.

Functional Resume

Functional Resume - The functional resume is a resume that puts an emphasis on skills, accomplishments. The functional resume doesn't emphasis work experience or work history.
The functional resume is good for people that:
1. Don't have the greatest work history.
2. Anyone is just entering the job market.
3. Anyone that wants to emphasis his/her skills.
4. Anyone that wants to emphasis accomplishments or awards.
5. Anyone that is reentering the work force, or making a career change.
Functional Resume
Everyone Can Have An Excellent Resume!
What to include in a functional resume?
A functional resume should include: Personal Information - make sure your name and a way to contact you is stated clearly, and easy to find. Relevant Skills - State your most relevant skills, that are required for the job that you are applying. Qualifications - State your qualifications accomplishments - list any relevant accomplishments that you have archived Education - create a list of your education

Places of Prior Employment - State the company's name and your position with the company Extracurricular Activities - State any extracurricular activities that are relevant.

The Combination Resume
The Combination Resume - The Combination resume is a cross between the functional and the chronological resume
The combination resume is good for people who:

1. Anyone that has a lot of experience, but age might be a problem.
2. In a case, where your skills and work experience do not directly relate to the job that you are applying for.
3. The Titles of your job title/s do not relate to the position that you a are currently applying.
4. If you want to use one resume to apply for different types of positions that require the same skills.
5. For people who are changing careers.
6. In cases where there are gaps of time in your work history.
7. For anyone who wants to emphasize his/her skills and achievements.
8. If you are a student or looking for your first job.

The Combination Resume
The Combination Resume - The Combination resume is a cross between the functional and the chronological resume
The combination resume is good for people who:
1. Anyone that has a lot of experience, but age might be a problem.
2. In a case, where your skills and work experience do not directly relate to the job that you are applying for.
3. The Titles of your job title/s do not relate to the position that you a are currently applying.
4. If you want to use one resume to apply for different types of positions that require the same skills.
5. For people who are changing careers.
6. In cases where there are gaps of time in your work history.
7. For anyone who wants to emphasize his/her skills and achievements.
8. If you are a student or looking for your first job.
Resume Tips
1. Make sure that it is clearly stated how to contact you. Your e-mail (that you check often), mobile phone (that is open most of the time) home phone (if you have an answering machine make sure you check it often), should be easy to find, and bolded.
2. Check for spelling mistakes, don't rely only on your computers spell checker.
3. Make your words count. Make sure you use strong wording to describe yourself. Don't be too modest.
4. Try to figure out for the ad/advertisment what the employer is looking for. Try to change a few words to custom fit the resume to the job ad.
5. When you state your work experience, state a problem that existed at your old workplace, and state how you were able to solve it. Don't be shy.
6. Don't make your resume too long. 1-2 pages is good for most people.
7. Clearly state your information, don't babble on, and on.
8. It is a good idea, if you are worried that you are to old to get hired, then only state the last 10 to 15 years of your work experience. That way the employer doesn't know how long you have been in the job market.
9. Don't list your personal hobbies, unless it is directly related to the job that you are applying for.
10. It is a good idea to state your profession on the top of your resumes, in dark letters so the employer can see that you do fit the job.
11. Don't lie on your resume, but you can highlight all your skills' and abilities'.
12. Don't state anything negative on your resume.












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Writing a Resume Action Verbs

What are action verbs?
Action verbs are verbs that are used to emphasize accompaniments, skills and experiences.
Why should you use action verbs?
Everyone has skills, accompaniments, and experiences that are needed in the job market. Action words emphasize your skills, accompaniments, and experiences that are needed in the job market today. It is really important that you advertise your self in a way that your resume stands outs. Action verbs define, emphasize, draw attention, and highlight your skills, accomplishments and experiences.
When writing your resume, it is important to write your resume using
Action Verbs

THEY ARE

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conceived
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Writing a Resume - Contact Information
What information should you include on a resume?
• Your contact information is very important. It should be clearly writing no abbreviations should be used. It should be easily to read. The person reading your resume should not have to look hard to be able to contact you.
• Physical Address - You should include a permanent address on your resume. If you are living in a dorm or some other short term residence, then it good idea to include your temporary address, along with the date until you can be contacted.
• Phone Numbers - It is really important that you include a home phone number, and a mobile phone number each phone should have an automatic answering machine with a professional message. The messages should checked on a regularly. You shouldn't include your work phone number.
• E-mail address - When you chose an e-mail address it is important it that it sounds professional, and that you check your e-mail frequently. Don't use your e-mail from work.
• Here is an example of a name and address section for a university student.












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Writing a Resume - Resume's Objective Statement
What is a resume's objective statement?
• A resume's objective statement should clearly state what type of job you are looking for.
• It should be between one and three sentences. Your resume's objective should not be more then three sentences.
• It should be clearly stated what you can do for the employer.
• Each position that you apply for should contain a different objective. It is recommended that you change each objective according to the position that you are seeking.
• Clearly state your skills and abilities.
• Don't be modest!
• If you are looking for a summer job or part time job it should be stated in your resume's objective statement.
Writing a Resume - Education
What should you include in the educational section of your resume?
It is important to include any the following:
• The name of the schools you attended.
o University/ 4-year college
o Junior/community college
o Professional/ technical schools
o High school - high school is not necessary if you have a higher education, unless high school is relevant to the job you are applying for.
• The location of the school, city/town, state and country if the school was located outside the country.
• The type of degree eared, and your major. It is best not to use abbreviations.
• The dates you attended the school and the date of graduation or when you are planning to graduate.
• Your GPA (grade point average) if you feel this is an relevant.
• Awards or certificates of achievement that you received.
Writing a Resume - Education
Where should you put the educational section of your resume?
The education section should be placed after the objective section in the following situations:
• If you are a recent graduate.
• If your what to emphasis your education.
The education section should be placed after the employment section in the following situations:
• If it has been out of school for a long time.
• If your work experience is stronger then your education.
• If your education is not your strongest point.

Writing a Resume - Proofreading and Editing
Check your resume for the following:
1. Correct spelling and grammar structure. It is a good idea that you have someone else check proofread your resume for you.
2. Your skills and ability are clearly stated. You used action words to emphasis your ability's.
3. Is your contact information clearly stated. It is a good idea to check your contact information to make sure there are no mistakes.
4. Are you impressed by your resume? Would you hire someone with a resume like yours?
5. Is your job objective clearly stated?
6. Do your qualifications meet the job requirements? Sometime you need more then one resume.












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Tips to survive some tough interview tactics in style
Below are some of the questions/tactics you might expect during a really tough interview as the employer struggles with the decision of are you really the right candidate for the job.
1. Silence
The silence left by an interviewer is not an invitation to babble or a license to ramble. In fact, it is a calculated tactic used by many a sophisticated employer to make you do precisely that. Avoid breaking the silence and above all don’t lose your cool. Stay casual and relaxed, maintain your friendly demeanor and wait for the employer to break the silence. Remember in an interview the nonverbal cues you give are being observed as closely as your words, tone and diction.
2. Tell Me A Little About Yourself
Stick to business and to those aspects of yourself that specifically related to the job at hand. This is not the time to pretend to enjoy soccer if you don’t know how many people play in a team, who won the last World Cup and what the rules of the game are. Nor is it the time to reveal personal information that has no bearing to the professional setting and might impede your chances of success. This is your chance to really sell yourself and expound on all those character traits, accomplishments and success stories that have a direct bearing on the job. Reassert why you are there and your interest in the position and reaffirm why you are uniquely qualified and suitable for the role at hand. Substantiate your claims with concrete and positive examples from your past experience that reflect on your abilities, aptitudes and values. Show that you understand the requirements of the role and portray yourself in the best light possible to occupy that role by virtue of your goals, interests, strengths, skills and past successes.
3. Tell Me a Story
Trust us, the interviewer is not interested at this specific moment in pop culture, nursery rhymes or the sequel to the latest blockbuster. He is interested in his bottom line and in finding a candidate who can augment that while being a pleasant and welcome member of the team. Stay focused on why you are there and what the interviewer is looking for. Asking a question to get the conversation back on the most relevant professional track is your best course of action. “What would you like to hear about?” may narrow the parameters but then again the interviewer may not be forthcoming. You can then volunteer “Can I tell you about why I am here today and why I truly believe I am uniquely suitable for this specific job” and proceed to reiterate with passion and sincerity why you firmly believe you are unequivocally the best person for the job.
4. Why Should We Hire You?
This question delivered sometimes in a condescending manner may come at a late stage of the interview by which time you thought you’d already expounded on all your virtues or it may be used as a shocker right at the beginning. Either way don’t be discouraged or exasperated. Use it to drive home exactly why you believe you are uniquely and fundamentally and beyond any shade of a doubt qualified for the very specific role being discussed. This is where your homework comes into play and you need to really understand what the employer is looking for in terms of skills, strengths, values, track record and cultural fit. Align your goals and interests with the employer’s and reiterate that you are confident you can not only meet the deliverables and perform the requirements of the role but really excel! Show confidence, enthusiasm and energy without being boastful or arrogant. Above all be sincere. Your sincere and honest interest in the job and faith that you will perform beyond all your expectations will communicate itself to the employer better than any canned superlatives and coined metaphors.
5. What kind of people do you find it difficult to work with?
Every workplace has its unique personalities and character profiles, some less ideal to work with than others. This is not the time to point fingers, generalize, compartmentalize or wax lyrical about your ideal team environment. Show you are tolerant, flexible, easygoing and able to get along with practically anyone and resolve conflicts professionally and productively. Say you understand everyone brings to the table their very own skills, strengths and experiences, that you enjoy the challenge of working with new people and can really appreciate the differences. Emphasize that you are a teamplayer who enjoys interacting with and bouncing ideas off of others and thrives on the feedback and reinforcement, the energy and vitality inherent in effective and collaborative teamwork.
6. How do you handle stress?
Stress is an inevitable part of life and the employer needs to hear you realize that and have already mastered the art of recognizing stress and coping with it effectively. Mention that you take time to really think through a situation before reacting and never allow matters to blow out of proportion or lose your calm. Give an example of a particularly stressful project you worked on and how you managed to reduce the stress level through proper planning, organization time management. Show you have an arsenal of real stress-busting habits too which successfully serve you in ameliorating stress whether they be yoga, running once a week, meditation at night, swimming, meeting up with friends, or some other sport, hobby or activity that shows you positively for the well-rounded person you are.
7. What was your biggest failure?
Obviously this is potentially your opportunity to talk yourself out of the job so be very careful and above all don’t bring up a failure that has any impact or ramifications whatsoever on the job at hand. You may bring up something relatively insignificant that happened very early in your career and turn it into a story of remedial action and great success as directly affects and impacts your potential for contribution to the present job. Demonstrate that you have dramatically learned and grew from that experience. You may mention for instance a formal training program you really wanted to get into that you were not permitted to join and how that forced you to pursue your own learning tangent which actually proved much more rich, fruitful and relevant to your chosen career path. Or talk about an account you lost very early on in your career due to sheer inexperience and how you instantly took remedial action, learned from your mistakes, took the counsel and advice of your boss and mentors and won the account back and have since made them into one of your biggest customers.
8. To what do you attribute your success?
The interviewer probably wants to verify that you really are successful professional at this stage by gauging your sincerity when you respond to this question. He/she is also interested in your value system and character. Mention some of the values you hold most dear to you – honesty, integrity, character, discipline, and mention that you are an energetic, ambitious “doer” who has always been very persistent, organized and disciplined in setting and meeting goals. Don’t be arrogant or over-confident when answering this question or ramble on endlessly as this is also a “likability” question. Remember to attribute some of the success to the wonderful people you have been blessed to work/ learn with – whether it is a unique boss, mentor, teacher, peer or group of people.
9. Describe a situation where you were faced with a problem that had no precedent?
This question probes your problem-solving and analytical skills. How well can you think outside the box, wrap your mind around a particular quandary, get the full measure of it and formulate the means and method to resolve it in an exemplary fashion? This question is especially relevant in the case of start-up companies or divisions, consultancy roles and many positions which require braving uncharted territory and designing new systems and procedures and operating apparatus. You need to show creativity, clarity of thought, confidence in your analytical and problem-solving skills and willingness to take a risk and create your own precedent.
10. How do you deal with difficult customers?
Give an example of a difficult client you had to work with and how you maintained the relationship and made it profitable by really listening to him, respecting his needs, issues and constraints, following-up rigorously, maintaining very high professional standards and not allowing ego to get in the way. Chose an example where you were able to really turn the situation around to everyone’s advantage.
11. What has been your greatest accomplishment?
Choose a significant success story and make sure you position it in terms of how it positively impacts your potential for success in the new role. Give facts and figures to elaborate if possible. You may want to talk about winning the most important account in the industry if that is relevant to the job at hand, about your relationships with clients which have won you an unrivalled track record at client retention, or about exceeding ambitions goals through hard work, perseverance, client follow-up, effective communication and cohesive teamwork. Show how you mobilized resources and gained approvals and how you then carried through to successful implementation and follow-up without losing sight of either the big picture or the details and while effectively negotiating several difficulties on the way.
12. What is your ideal work environment?
Emphasize your flexibility and your ability to be productive, happy and efficient in any number of environments. This is not the time to demand the corner office with the park view or uninterrupted close-door policy. Versatility goes a long way in today’s fluid workplaces and you need to show that you are able to focus on the job at hand and “fit in” seamlessly regardless of extraneous factors be they the physical surroundings, team dynamics or general level of noise and activity in the office. Indicate examples of how you have managed to excel in the past in suboptimal work environments and done so quite happily. Convey that you like the challenge of fitting into a new role and know from your history and track record that you can adapt immediately regardless of the environment.












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كاتب الموضوع : theEgyptian المنتدى : الطلاب والمعلمين و المغتربين
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بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم



إلى هنا ينتهى هذا الدليل الكامل و أسأل الله أن يجعل نيتى خالصة لوجهه الكريم و أن ينفع به عموم الإخوة الكرام .
و هنا أيضا تنتهى المرحلة الأولى من الموضوع و بإذن الله أبدأ فى الترجمة إلى اللغة العربية ليكون هذا الأمر دليلا لكل من بغاه فى هاتين اللغتين
بقى شئ واحد و هو أن تدعو لى بالخير فى الدنيا و الآخرة و لو بالنذر اليسير .
شكرا لكم جميعا و فى حالة وجود أى استفسار راسلنى على الخاص أو اترك لى رسالة فأنا لا أتصفح موضوعاتى التى أنتهى منها كثيرا .












عرض البوم صور theEgyptian   رد مع اقتباس
قديم 13-10-2009   المشاركة رقم: 16
المعلومات
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shtaha
اللقب:
طـالب مبتدىء

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shtaha غير متواجد حالياً
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كاتب الموضوع : theEgyptian المنتدى : الطلاب والمعلمين و المغتربين
افتراضي

السلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركاته
شـكــ وبارك الله فيك ـــرا لك ... لك مني أجمل تحية .












عرض البوم صور shtaha   رد مع اقتباس
قديم 12-11-2009   المشاركة رقم: 17
المعلومات
الكاتب:
فهود
اللقب:
طـالب مبتدىء

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فهود غير متواجد حالياً
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كاتب الموضوع : theEgyptian المنتدى : الطلاب والمعلمين و المغتربين
افتراضي

بارك الله في جهودك القيمة وأسال الله ان يوفقك
وشكرا












توقيع : فهود

عرض البوم صور فهود   رد مع اقتباس
قديم 25-06-2010   المشاركة رقم: 18
المعلومات
الكاتب:
khaled 1990
اللقب:
طـالب مبتدىء

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khaled 1990 غير متواجد حالياً
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كاتب الموضوع : theEgyptian المنتدى : الطلاب والمعلمين و المغتربين
افتراضي

مشكووووووووووووووووووووووووووووووووووووووووور












توقيع : khaled 1990

عرض البوم صور khaled 1990   رد مع اقتباس
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