By Diane Stafford
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Check for jargon that makes you sound like you’re auditioning for a gang, a boy band, or the Jerry Springer Show. Buzzwords for corporate America go in and out very fast, so if you’re still mired in terms like proactive and self-motivated, it’s time to read some trade journals and spiff up your industry lingo. Words that sounded cool three years ago may be passé by now. S. except the Deep South, where that phrase is used. 82. Steer clear of the expression “was responsible for” because that’s a negative hot button for many hiring managers.
Don’t list high school education if you have a college degree; it looks silly on a resume. List yourself as a high school graduate if you have a GED, but don’t mention that it was a GED. In listing education, you start with your highest degree: type, your major, the college or university you attended, and the date your degree was awarded. 50. Do list your high-school education if your highest education beyond high school is completion of a vocational or tech school. If your education portion is slim, include courses, continuing education, conferences, seminars, and workshops you’ve completed, especially the ones that relate to the work you’re pursuing.
The length of the international resume (often called a curriculum vitae) gives you room to provide names of awards, what they meant, why you got them, and pretty much everything else that you think will sell you as a candidate. Even personal information is often considered fine for inclusion. 61. For federal jobs, use the federally formatted resume. Read the federal vacancy announcement, and follow the instructions for application. If you want help developing a strong resume for a federal job, see the website for Career Marketing Techniques on the Internet.