Whether it's your 100th or your first resume, this resume builder makes a difference for CareerNet applicants.
Our in-house experts have built a simple to follow system, perfectly suited for the CareerNet Profile Board or for any job board you may apply through.
Simply follow the directions and submit your information.
You will receive an email of your CareerNet resume formatted as our employers want it - simple for employers to read, clear and to the point.
When complete, download it and upload to your CareerNet Profile.
The Summary Section of this resume is intended to provide a short description about you and what you are seeking in applying for a particular position. It should be simple and straight forward. Here are a few examples to think about when creating your own:
"A motivated student seeking to begin a career in marketing or advertising. Speaks english and spanish. Creative and social media fluent. Willing to learn and grow to be a productive team member."
"A Sales Professional with 5 years experience in the Customer Management Systems industry. Proven success in mid to large sized corporate sales. Excellent long term customer retention. Seeking to take these attributes to a new industry, learn and be a productive team member."
The Professional Experience section is designed to provide HR professionals with your work experience background in time-line format, begininng with the most recent position you have held and moving backwards from there in time sequence by corporation, company or organization you have worked with.
If, by example, you have been with an organization for 5 years and began as an assistant then were promoted to associate and promoted again to manager you begin the descritption of your roles with the organization as a manager. Describe your responsibilities as a manager, including your time spent in that role and then below that role enter the information for your associate role and then again for your assitant role.
If there was no promotion within the organization simply create add a new job into this resume.
Generally, organizations only look to see the most recent 10 years or less of experiences.
Additionally it is important to use the organization's complete formal name to avoid confusion. A general on-line search can provide you with the organization's name ( an online search for Walmart ("walmart official name" returns Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. That is the name you should use.)
Here is an example:
Wal-Mart Stores, Inc., June 2015 - Present