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Can you give me an oppinion about my resume?

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Question by : Can you give me an oppinion about my resume?
(I have never writen one before is it good/bad..what else does it need?)
Resume
Name: Jane Doe
Age:23
D.O.B: 07/03/1987
Contact phone number: (555)555-5555
E-mail: M31n3z3w5k1@aol.com
drivers license #: 0123456789
I have my own transportation
My record is clean
I can pass a drug test
up to date on all my shots
Languages:
read and write, speak English
read and write basic, speak Spanish
speak very basic polish
High School:
Yes I have a high school diploma
Freshman year: East Hampton High school
Sophomore year: Haddam Killingworth High school, played soccer
Junior year: East Hampton High School
Senior year: Middletown High diploma program
Graduated: 2005
College:
Manchester Community College
Played soccer 2005
Graduated: start date fall 2005-still actively enrolled 2011, 9 credits completed
Other:
CNA certified,
CPR certified
S.M.A.R.T. certified,
Forklift trained,
Valid drivers license,
boating license
10 years previous employment history:
2002:
High school student
Job Description: 2 year baby sitter certification, baby sat for 2 children $ 10 an hour
2003:
High school student
Job description: 4 star restaurant, Moe’s restaurant, rout 16 Portland CT, waitress server $ 7.10 +tips part time weekends, 8 months
2004:
High school student
2005:
High school student, fall college semester,
Job Description: Tony’s pizza, Hartford rd Manchester CT, line cook pizzas, grinders, waitress, answer phone, some cleaning
2006:
Job Description: Exclusive lines
Job description: Sears
Job Description: Burger king
Job Description: Shell gas
2007:
Job description: Sears
Job Description: J.C. Penny logistics Warehouse
2008:
Job Description: J.C. Penny logistics Warehouse
Job Description: Shaw’s Osco
Job Description: unemployment
2009:
off unemployment
Job description: Coleman brothers Amusements
Job Description: Savin Rock Amusements
Job Description: J.C. Penny Warehouse
2010:
Took a year off to have a baby, didn’t want to work while pregnant was able to live off money saved from previous employment
2011:
college student: C.N.A certified, S.M.A.R.T certified, Boating License
About Me:
Very professional, fun, friendly, outgoing, takes pride in what ever it is that I’m doing, I like to be accurate and carry a strong scence of integrity, I like things to be some what consistent and I prefer to work evenings after 6, nights, and weekends
My goals and plans for the future:
I want to be successful in all aspects of my life, good career, nice car, bills paid on time, house in descent neighborhood, someone my kids can look up to as a role model, college graduate. In the near future I plan to go back to college and get a degree in the medical field possibly LPN/Nurse or Nationalist/ Dietitian /PHD in Holistic medicine, I also plan to do some more schooling to become more familiar with mixing drinks and drink names for my bartending job.
3 referances….tim 555-5555, 123 grass lane, my 5th grade teacher 15 years known
john 555-5555, 987 see spot drive, my dogs vet 6 years known
sally 555-5555, 456 engine blvd, my car mechanic whole life known

with 3-5 photo attatchments: one me regular, one of me in nursing scrubs, one of me pouring drinks, one of me in a buissness uniform/formal dress, one of me with friends or family having fun

Best answer:

Answer by Judy
You need to shorten it a lot.

Leave out the d.o.b., driver’s license #, clean record, can pass drug test, up to date on shots, the pics, and lots of the rest – leave out the languages unless they relate to the job you’re applying for. Spanish might be, Polish not so likely. If you’re in a country where English is the main language, then it’s assumed. Only mention the boating license if it pertains to the job you’re applying for, same with the soccer. Also the certifications and training.

I’d leave out the “About me” section, maybe leaving in the preferred work times.

Leave off the references. If they want them they’ll ask – AFTER an interview. And if they do, use full names.

Leave off the “goals and plans for the future”, at least except for things directly relevant to the job you’re applying for. I’d leave that section out.

The stuff I left out is NOT things an employer will want to see in a resume.

try this:

Resume
Name: Jane Doe
Contact phone number: (555)555-5555
E-mail: M31n3z3w5k1@aol.com

Languages: read and write basic Spanish, speak Spanish

Education: Middletown High, graduated 2005
Manchester Community College, actively enrolled, 9 credits completed

Training and certifications:
CNA certified, CPR certified, S.M.A.R.T. certified, forklift trained

Employment history:

2002: baby sat for 2 children
2003: 4 star restaurant, Moe’s restaurant, route 16 Portland CT, waitress server part time weekends, 8 months
2005: Tony’s pizza, Hartford rd Manchester CT, line cook pizzas, grinders, waitress, answer phone, some cleaning
2006: Exclusive lines, Sears, Burger king, Shell gas
2007: Sears,
Job Description: J.C. Penny logistics Warehouse
2008 J.C. Penny logistics Warehouse, Shaw’s Osco
2009: Coleman brothers Amusements, Savin Rock Amusements, J.C. Penny Warehouse

I prefer to work evenings after 6, nights, and weekends

My goals and plans for the future:

“In the near future I plan to go back to college and get a degree in the medical field possibly LPN/Nurse or Nationalist/ Dietitian /PHD in Holistic medicine” (if related to job you’re applying for – you do know that a PhD takes years to get? And “nationalist” – do you mean “naturalist”?

OR

“I plan to do some more schooling to become more familiar with mixing drinks and drink names” if you’re applying for a bartender job.

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2 thoughts on “Can you give me an oppinion about my resume?

  1. Sandy Dsouza says:

    Your Resume is lengthy and descriptive so make it short.
    The main section of resume are as follow :-
    Objective
    Qualification
    Skills
    Work Experience
    Contact Information

    Remove unnecessaryily information that doesn’t require for job you are applying for it like can pass drug test,driving licences information.You can mention your work experience,technical skills like CNA and CPA Certification and in short about you.

    You should follow following format:-

    Contact Information:-

    Name:-
    Email Id:-
    Ph.No:-

    Objective:-

    Oualification:-

    Technical Skills:-

    Work Experience:-

    Personal Information:-

    For more information check the following:-

    http://www.bestsampleresume.com/resume-writing.html

    http://www.bestsampleresume.com/info/resume-formats.html

  2. BarsAndBartending.com says:

    There are some terrible spelling mistakes. A bar owner is a busy guy and they do not have time to look at your resume. You must catch there attention. You can see some FREE bartending resume examples here at http://www.bars-and-bartending.com/bartender-resume.html

    It also includes how to dress, what to expect and what to say/not to say. Like “I haven’t been to jail yet” or “mom had me vaccinated when I was a kid”. Don’t tell them when your were unemployed, and one summer you learned to drive a fork lift. anyways here’s the link, it’s very helpful and you need lots of help. http://www.bars-and-bartending.com/how-to-become-a-bartender.html

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