By Mark Tudi |
There are as many different opinions about resumes as there are stars in the heavens. But, whether you choose to go with the functional, the chronological or the combination style resume, here are a couple of things you should include no matter what. Taking a look at your employment history, you are going to want to present yourself on paper and in your interview in terms of time saved, money saved and money earned. A good interviewer will be looking for answers to these questions. What have you done lately to help the company…? If you can express your successes in terms of time and money earned or saved, you should be a lock for the position.