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Mike Corso
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14 days ago

"Resume Tip" Should I include jobs that are unrelated to the job I am applying to on my Resume?

Including unrelated jobs on your resume can be a strategic decision, and it depends on your specific circumstances. Here are some considerations:

Relevance to Transferable Skills: If a seemingly unrelated job allowed you to develop transferable skills (such as communication, teamwork, problem-solving, or time management), consider including it. Highlight specific accomplishments or responsibilities that demonstrate these skills. Chronological vs. Functional Format: Chronological Format: This format lists your work experience in reverse chronological order (most recent first). If you follow this format, include unrelated jobs only if they won’t clutter your resume or overshadow more relevant experiences. Functional Format: In this format, you group skills and accomplishments under relevant headings (e.g., “Customer Service,” “Project Management”). If you choose this format, focus on skills rather than job titles. Space Constraints: Remember that your resume should ideally fit on one to two pages. Prioritize relevant experiences that directly relate to the job you’re applying for. If an unrelated job takes up valuable space, consider leaving it out. Career Change or Employment Gap: If you’re changing careers or have gaps in your employment history, including unrelated jobs can show consistency and work ethic. Explain briefly in your resume or cover letter why you’re transitioning or how the unrelated job contributed to your overall growth. Tailor for Each Application: Customize your resume for each job application. Emphasize experiences that align with the specific role and company. If an unrelated job doesn’t add value to a particular application, omit it. Remember, your resume is a marketing tool. It should showcase your strengths, achievements, and suitability for the position. Consider the context and make an informed decision based on what will make you stand out to potential employers. #AWS #disability #resume

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Mike Corso
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14 days ago

"Resume Tip" Should I include jobs that are unrelated to the job I am applying to on my Resume?

Including unrelated jobs on your resume can be a strategic decision, and it depends on your specific circumstances. Here are some considerations:

Relevance to Transferable Skills: If a seemingly unrelated job allowed you to develop transferable skills (such as communication, teamwork, problem-solving, or time management), consider including it. Highlight specific accomplishments or responsibilities that demonstrate these skills. Chronological vs. Functional Format: Chronological Format: This format lists your work experience in reverse chronological order (most recent first). If you follow this format, include unrelated jobs only if they won’t clutter your resume or overshadow more relevant experiences. Functional Format: In this format, you group skills and accomplishments under relevant headings (e.g., “Customer Service,” “Project Management”). If you choose this format, focus on skills rather than job titles. Space Constraints: Remember that your resume should ideally fit on one to two pages. Prioritize relevant experiences that directly relate to the job you’re applying for. If an unrelated job takes up valuable space, consider leaving it out. Career Change or Employment Gap: If you’re changing careers or have gaps in your employment history, including unrelated jobs can show consistency and work ethic. Explain briefly in your resume or cover letter why you’re transitioning or how the unrelated job contributed to your overall growth. Tailor for Each Application: Customize your resume for each job application. Emphasize experiences that align with the specific role and company. If an unrelated job doesn’t add value to a particular application, omit it. Remember, your resume is a marketing tool. It should showcase your strengths, achievements, and suitability for the position. Consider the context and make an informed decision based on what will make you stand out to potential employers. #AWS #disability #resume

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Hello all,

I'm a passionate, solution-focused individual seeking an Entry-Level Front-End Software Development role in Chicago. Experienced in Python, Java, JavaScript, Version Control, and Interoperability Testing. Delivered matching app 83% ahead of schedule and deployed web application over 15 times during project sprint. Motivated to learn new languages, methods, and produce innovative applications to enhance the end-user experience.

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Hello all,

I'm Jay Evans from Charlotte and I'm a US citizen.

I recently retired from my last company and am actively looking for a new opportunity. My IT experience totals about 8 years and I'm good at web full stack, mobile (Android/iOS), web3 and blockchain development.

I prefer to work as a front-end developer.

I can provide the following services:

Front-end and back-end development: 2D and 3D websites as well as Android/iOS apps, desktop apps and Chrome extensions Game development: 2D games with Phaser.js, Unity 3D game with WebGL, Three.js, Unity 3D Play to Earn game based on blockchains and NFT Blockchain development: CEX, DEX, DAO, Smart Contract, Web3 integration

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THANK YOU IN ADVANCE FOR ANY CONNECTIONS, ADVICE, OR OPPORTUNITIES YOU CAN OFFER.

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