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What kinds of things should be on my resume to be a Chemical Laboratory technician ?


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Alexandra’s Answer

I began my career as a lab technician with a degree in Chemistry. I included the topics I had most recently studied at University and also the topic of my research project to highlight the lab skills I had gained. Please feel free to reach out if you have any other questions or would like more detail.

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Alexandra’s Answer

I began my career as a lab technician with a degree in Chemistry. I included the topics I had most recently studied at University and also the topic of my research project to highlight the lab skills I had gained. Please feel free to reach out if you have any other questions or would like more detail.

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David’s Answer

If you already for a degree in it, all you need to includes are the coursework you have taken, any project or experiences you have, if you are in any organization or clubs that is related to the field, networking, were you a leader or hold any executive positions and etc. As long as everything you have are a positive to your resume or the job you are applying it will helps a lot to include it. Also always update your experiences and role holding if you change from one position to another.

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Kelsey’s Answer

Whenever I'm updating my resume I spend some time looking at job postings for the industry/role that I'm interested in. You'll start to get a good idea of the absolute requirements and the nice to haves, and the types of skills they are looking for. I will also keep a list of the key words or phrases that are used and then when describing my experience I make sure to use that language on my resume.

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Shobha’s Answer

Before you hit that 'submit' button on an application, make sure you understand what the job requirements are, and tailor your resume to highlight your experience in those areas. If you don't have any 'work experience', you can include internships, courses/projects, even freelancing or any volunteering experience you may have.

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