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    #1

    writing a resume

    Let`s say I apply for several positions: a journalist, an editor, a content manager, what is better to include in the resume? The main thing is to clearly present information and do not use vague phrases. Can [link to payable writing service deleted by Rover_KE] specialists do it for me in this case? Or is it better to write a resume myself and do not rely on someone?
    Last edited by teechar; 10-Apr-2019 at 20:06. Reason: remove link remnant

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    Re: writing a resume

    Welcome to the UsingEnglish, fjoosi.

    You wrote this post at the end of somebody else's unrelated thread. I have moved it to a more appropriate forum with a better title.

    Someone will reply in due course.

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    #3

    Re: writing a resume

    I recommend writing it yourself and then perhaps having a professional look it over for you. You can have a different resumé for each position if the important aspects of your education and previous career are different for them.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    #4

    Re: writing a resume

    If you don't know how to design your resumé, it might be a good idea to use a template to help you with this.

    Also, looking at some well written samples should give you an idea of what to include and how to write.

    Make sure you use templates and samples that are relevant to the specific area of work the resumé is for.
    Last edited by teechar; 11-Apr-2019 at 18:59. Reason: typo

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