So what do you do?

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Sorry if I missed you out!!! But you get the idea RIGHT?

Have you got a Resume?

How to format your resume

Having a well-formatted resume is almost as important as having a well written resume. Around Jobs Coral Springs you will find lots of resources to assist you with this task.Most employers receive a stack of resumes of qualified candidates and scan them quickly before they decide whether or not they want to read further. In addition to key words, what stands out the most about your resume is its format. It is essentially the first thing people will notice, whether on paper or in electronic form.

I’m back with the first impression RIGHT?

There are a number of rules you should keep in mind when formatting your resume. First, start with a blank page. Avoid using templates that are already available in Microsoft Word. These templates are outdated, and they will make your resume appear generic and uninviting. Additionally, these templates, while well formatted in Microsoft Word, will not translate well when emailed or uploaded to job search engine web sites. You can find samples of resumes on the Internet; search for resumes by your industry to find the templates that make most sense for the job you are seeking. Than work on a blank page to replicate the look and feel of the resume you like.

Ideally, your resume should fit on one page. Iif you have extensive experience, limit the length of the resume to two pages, but only list experiences and skills relevant to your career objective. Even if you are applying for a job in a creative field, do not insert images or pictures into your resume. If you are looking to show off your creativity, you can do so in a separate portfolio of your work.

The page should have one inch margins, top and bottom, right and left. Use left justification only – as a rule, do not center the content of your resume. The font and font size should be consistent. Your name, and any headlines in your resume should be displayed in the same manner. Typically, the headlines will be in all caps, and in bold. Try not to underline any of the information in your resume. In the world of Internet driven job applications, underlining in a document implies a web link. Thus, using underlining for emphasis is not appropriate. The font size for headlines should not exceed 14 points; the remainder of the text in the resume should not exceed 12 points.

When trying to align your resume, be aware of spacing and tabbing. Stay consistent in the way that you are spacing out the information on the page. Use tabs, rather than spaces. You always have to anticipate that the person you are sending your resume to may have a different version of the software than you and thus may not see the exactly the same resume you are sending – it is possible that the margins will reset, paragraphs will shift, bullet points will change shape, etc. This is why you must keep the spacing consistent, as well as try to keep the font and the bullet points as basic as possible.

As a last formatting check point, ask your friends or your family for help in reviewing your resume. Send the resume file via email to a few of your friends – ask them to review the resume and make sure nothing seems out of place. Print out the resume on paper and review to make sure that margins are accurately set, and that the content doesn’t appear crowded on the page. Keep in mind – when it comes to your resume, sleek simple appearance, and great writing, will get you the job you are looking for.

Do not be afraid to ask a friend for help, isn’t that what friends are for?

Coral Springs, Florida

Coral Springs Jobs

Coral Springs Careers

Among the most common occupations in Coral Springs are Management, professional, and related occupations, 37%. Sales and office occupations, 30%. and Service occupations, 16%. Approximately 79 percent of workers in Coral Springs, Florida work for companies, 11 percent work for the government and 6 percent are self-employed.

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Coral Springs Industries

The leading industries in Coral Springs, Florida are Educational services, and health care, and social assistance, 16%; Professional, scientific, and management, and administrative and waste management services, 13%; and Retail trade, 12%. Simply Hired’s Coral Springs job listings indicate that the following industries in Coral Springs are hiring the most workers: Hospitals, Computer Storage Device Mfg, Computer Makers, Computer Equipment Mfg and Misc Store Retailers.

Coral Springs Job Salaries

According to government data, the average salary for jobs in Coral Springs, Florida is $40,716, and the median income of households in Coral Springs was $63,197.

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Coral Springs Unemployment Rate

Coral Springs has an unemployment rate of 4.1%, compared the national average of 6.9%.

According to our Coral Springs Trends data, the number of Coral Springs, Florida jobs has decreased by 26% since February 2009.

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