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Justin Johnson
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Something I learned at #Office Depot warehouse ...

Working in the Office Depot warehouse had structure and order. It showed me how to move with a purpose and focus on the tasks at hand.

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Dusti Vilmin
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Thanks everyone for all of the great advise and really helping my confidence!

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Carla Miller, PHR
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You want to highlight your transferable skills, on a resume under your name I would briefly explain what you are looking for like "Proven restaurant manager seeking to my skills to a professional environment" Then a skill section (focused on the skills that they are looking for like Communication, Organization, Problem Solving, etc". Then you want success statements as your bullet points for your jobs. Not just what your responsibilities were, but did you improve sales, build a team from scratch, rebrand or implement a marketing strategy, oversee X number of employees? You use the "professional/office" language to describe your experience so that it's easy for them to picture you in the role. You will probably be able to most easily switch to an office job with a strong customer/client services component.

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Harry Rau
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gotta start somewhere, when it comes to the Street, your lofty GPA don't mean squat, it could even get you punked..

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Emili Hefler
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I handle a lot of the hiring process at my job. For an application and resume to reach our hiring director, it has to get past me and, honestly, your current resume wouldn’t. Of course, that’s just me; different jobs will have different hiring staff who may feel differently.

Personally, these are some things I’d change about your resume:

  1. You need a new email. A professional email address should let someone know‘this is who you’re emailing’. I mean, have you ever received a (legit) job offer or work-related email from an address like yours? Probably not, and there’s a reason why.
  2. The education section needs to be trashed and totally redone.It takes up way too much space and doesn’t even state what education you have. Which is honestly all anyone looking to hire wants or cares to know. It needs to read something like this: Degree or Certification Received Ivy Tech Community College 20xx-20xx • Indianapolis, IN
  3. The awards section is pointless. Remove it.
  4. ‘Objective’? Your resume already has a known objective: get you hired. I would alter this to be a ‘profile’ section, which is essentially a very brief cover letter. You should wait to write this until completing the rest of your resume.
  5. Job experience is one of the biggest factors in hiring decisions. It lets potential employers know what you’ve done, what you know, and what type of employee you are. Your experience section provides very little information and would be enough to land your resume in my ‘do not hire’ pile. This section should be the longest, most informative part of your resume. Each job you’ve had/want to include should be something like this: Job Title. Place of employment. start date - end date Brief 2-3 sentences summary of Job including responsibilities, routine tasks, and duties. * [Max 3] Bullet point listing key achievement at job — should be more quantitative than qualitative (‘Raised customer satisfaction score from 94% to 98%’ instead of ‘Increased customer satisfaction’)
  6. The other two sections are pointless, remove them. Everything you state in them should be listed in your skills section anyway.

Anyway, those are the things I would start with. I think you’ll have a much different l, better received resume with the above changes.

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Sirius Sessions
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Most are done by email now.

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Denise KijonkaGock
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over 6 months ago

How far along do you get at the hiring event, do you get to talk to any of the department heads, managers, or supervisors. How does the hiring process go ? Are there any office jobs? Are there any packing jobs #departmentheads #hiringprocess #office #packingjobs #hiringevents #mamagers, #supervisors

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Onniel Toledo
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over 6 months ago

Hi All! I hope everything is well. Im currently looking for a Digital Marketing and Multimedia post that is currently considering to hire and sponsor.

I have over 8 years of experience in Graphic Designing, Video Marketing, SEO, SEM, Social Media, Email Marketing, Content Writing Skills.

Thank you!

#DigitalMarketing #Multimedia #Sponsor #job #jobsearch #workfromhome #office #interview

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KEVIN SHELTON
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over 6 months ago

What made me stay at #Office of Child Support Services was

I was able to do the job with ease and proficiency. Plus the job was there and I did not have to think about what was next in terms of advancement.

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Lawrence White
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over 6 months ago

Aldi grocery store locations across the US are looking for ambitious and talented applicants to take on new full and part-time job opportunities.

"ALDI is one of the fastest-growing retailers in the nation, and charting an aggressive growth course to become the third-largest U.S. grocery retailer by store count by the end of 2022." - ALDI Careers

Job Openings Include:

  • Store Associate
  • Warehouse
  • Office
  • IT
  • Management

Start your search and apply today at ALDI Hiring Opportunities for immediate employment consideration.

#ALDI #hiringnews #jobsearch #fulltime #parttime #associates #warehouse #Office #Management #NationWideUSA

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Brandi PRATT-POAGUE
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over 6 months ago

#columbus,ga #office administration #medical assistant

#officelife

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