Created by Dr. Emmanuel Adu | Last updated 12/2020
Duration: 1.5 hours | 1 section | 11 lectures | Video: 1280x720, 44 KHz | 533 MB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English + Sub

10 Proven strategies to writing the a career change resume
What you'll learn
How to write a resume when changing careers
How to identify transferable skills
How to highlight your strengths and minimize your weakness
Learn exactly what hiring managers are looking for in a resume
Requirements
No prerequisites
Description
Your resume is the first thing hiring managers see. When changing careers, make sure to highlight your transferable skills and use keywords to your advantage. Knowing how to write a resume for a career change will set you apart from the crowd and help you land your dream job.
Have you ever wanted a fresh start? A chance to re-write your story? Well, writing your resume is the time to do just that. This is your opportunity to tell employers why you are the best person for the job. As challenging and daunting as it can be, it's well worth the time and effort.
If you're updating your resume while trying to figure out how to change careers, you may feel like you're fighting an uphill battle. Career changers especially need to highlight why their skills and experience make them the best candidate for the job. Without discounting the jobs you've held in the past, you need to tell your story in a way that speaks to hiring managers in your new desired field. Luckily, there are many ways to tailor your resume to show off experience that is applicable to your new career and increase your chances of getting an interview. This course outlines ten strategies for how to write a resume if you're changing careers.
Who this course is for:People who want to change careersPeople applying for jobsAnyone who wants to know how to write a resume that hiring managers cannot resist
How to Write a Resume When You Change Your Career | Udemy

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