date of birth: 1984-07-09 nationality: han
height: 183 weight: 60
place of origin: shanxi current location: beijing
nationality: chinese marital status:
highest level of education: undergraduate putonghua: good
foreign language: english language: general
graduate institutions: shanxi agricultural university graduation date: XX on -1
studies by category: computer professional name: the management of public utilities
education / training experience:
on-year to years on the school / professional training institutions in the name / subject name of certificate obtained
XX.9 - XX.9 linfen school pingyang XX.9 - XX.9 shanxi agricultural university bachelor of management
intention with the work experience job
talent type: general job job type: full-time
i hope the job candidate: internet-related work experience: 2 title: senior
monthly requirements: negotiable hope that the working area: beijing
can be arrived date: beijing
XX.10 - XX.01 guangye linfen logistics company leads the company's infrastructure and logistics planning of the transport network editing. XX.01 - XX.01 focus on network video network communities and the development of instant messaging and to start their own businesses. spare time founded the local community sns "linfen me and you."
ability to put themselves forward with a detailed personal
attention to teamwork: the mobile host in XX the scientific and technological information activities in the countryside i lead the team of hardworking first to complete the task the recognition of schools. strong organizational capacity to plan: in-school period the independent planning body to a number of cultural activities. goal focus although a wide range of interest but a soft spot on the internet by the end of XX gave up the logistics work specializing in the internet and is independent of the completion of a business start-up program for various reasons for failure to attract the wind but still willing to dedicate their service to the a of force.
job-seekers know from harsh experience that the toughest hurdle in a job search is getting the interview. once you get the interview you've got some control over the process -- at that stage you just have to do your research and be on your game.
the resume has a harder job than you do. it's got to get you in the door. that's why it's essential for job-seekers to avoid these five resume-killing phrases. take a look -- are any of these toxic claims poisoning your resume now?
1."i am the best candidate for the job."
at the resume stage this is an irresponsible and presumptuous thing to say. obviously you don't know who else is applying for the job or how your qualifications stack up. say instead "i am very interested and believe i'm qualified for the job." then use the next sentence of your resume or cover letter to say how.
2."i have a proven track record of success."
apart from its 10-out-of-10 rating on the legendary clich scale this sentence makes no sense. what other kind of track record is there? there's no such thing as an unproven track record. the "success" bit on the end only lowers the perceived iq of the writer. replace this boilerplate phrase with a story about something specific you did to help your last employer.
3. "i left this job because of disagreements with management."
i would never advise you to lie on a resume but the problems-with-management message stands out like a neon sign on a resume and spells trouble. instead say "a shift in organizational priorities made this role less of a fit for me over time" or "i'd learned a ton at that job but it was time to go."
4."i am an out-of-the-box thinker."
the thing about true out-of-the-box thinkers is they'd never use this clich. don't tell us that you're creative. give us an example of your creativity like "i revamped the accounts payable process and saved our company $1m."
5."my qualifications are evident."
don't assume that your qualifications shine though -- spell them out for us. employers want to know that you're qualified for this job and that means you've got to customize your resume (as well as your cover letter) for every single opening you apply for. the extra time investment is worth it -- there's a good job available for someone and it might as well be you!