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Resume draft in psychology?

Resume draft in psychology?

I wrote a resume draft for psychology I ask for some tips in that aspect on what I can do to improve my resume.

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Mattie’s Answer

Make sure that your description of any previous jobs or volunteer opportunities are not in paragraph format, they are bullet points. The average recruiter takes less than 10 seconds to read a resume, so the more concise and easy to read you can be--the better! I recommend having a bullet pointed section at the top highlighting very specific quantifiable accomplishments you've had; GPA: X, Volunteered X amount of hours, etc. If you've have work experience you can quantify your performance in, include that (ex. Employee of the Month in June 2022, highest sales in company for March 2022, etc)

Don't include a picture, marital status, age, address, etc in your resume header. Simply your name, phone number, email and Linkedin (or similar) profile link should suffice.

Good luck!
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Floyd’s Answer

My of my favorite resume writing tips is to go to indeed.com and look up 5 job posting for the role that you want to work in and start by reading the job description and as you read the JD, ask yourself "Do I do this?" if you do, copy and past those descriptors and into a blank document You will want to incorporate those items into your resume. With a little bit of editing or wordsmithing, you can quickly build a robust resume.

Another great way to write a resume is to review your peers resumes. Take a look at what they are writing leverage those skills. Great places to review would be places like LinkedIn and review their profiles.

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