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What should your resume highlight?
 The resume should include your education up to this point, any professional skills including computer knowledge, camera work, public speaking, foreign language abilities, web designs as well as your experience and any accomplishments, awards and honors.
 How should you write your information?
 Be factual and brief. Short concise phrases are easier to read than complete sentences. Limit your resume to one page. Your references can be listed on another page or simply make a note that they can be provided upon request. The resume should be 8 1/2" X 11" if possible.
 How should your resume look?
 The format of your resume can catch the future employer's eye. Choose a style that will emphasize your strengths and play down you weaknesses. Many format examples are provided in the College of Communication Career Service Center located in CMA 3.104.
 What should the order of your resume be?
 Use reverse chronological order. Place your most recent job, educational experience or newest acquired skills first and list the rest of the information in a backwards order.
 What to do when you have completed filling in all your information?
 Proofread your resume and then have other people take a look at it, not only to look for typos but to make sure they understand what you are trying to say.
 How should you print out your resume?
 Once you have completed all the above steps, save your resume and print it out on a laser printer. Dot matrix printouts do not look as professional, and because the career service center faxes most of the resumes to interested employers, white or neutral paper works best.


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