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Question by Alex: Is this good job resume?
Is this good job resume?
RICHARD ANDERSON
1234, West 67 Street,
Carlisle, MA 01741,
(123)-456 7890.

OBJECTIVE:

Seeking an Job opportunity.
Experience:

Oleg construction Auburn
Auburn, WA
February 2010 to July 2011

-Responsible for
* Cleaning and maintaining different tools that are used on the site.
* Load and Unload of the construction work.

Education:
Nation Wide Academy High School
Hollywood, FL

Skills and Interests:
*Fluent in spoken and written in three languages English, Russian, ukrainian.
* Hobbies include Football, Hockey, Soccer, and Reading

Best answer:

Answer by malica
Your objective is far far far too vague. A job as a doctor? A job in retail? Be more specific. Are you looking for full-time or part-time? Are you available to work nights/evenings/days (through out the school year)?

For your experience, you haven’t listed your job title. If you didn’t have one, then find one that’s suitable for what you were doing. Between your first and second point, there’s no consistency in verb tenses. That is, if you you list cleanING and maintainING, then the second point should be loadING and unloadING. Unloading should not be capitalized here. You need to add some more specifics here most people have never worked construction and don’t know exactly what these things would entail. Did you use a forklift for loading and unloading? Were the loads heavy (could show you can do heavy lifting – good if you’re applying for more construction work, landscaping, stock boy, etc). “Loading and unloading of the construction work” – I’m not even sure what this is. Did that company build structures remotely then put them on transport trucks to deliver? Or were these raw materials you were helping unload at the site, etc?

For education you need a date. If you have not yet graduated, put “expected graduation: June 2012” (or whenever). If you have graduated, list the year you graduated.

Skills and interests are fine except needing a colon (:) after “languages”.

Good luck with your job search!

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