I am a recent finance graduate who currently has a successful job, perhaps even a career. I am however attempting to update my resume, in case opportunity knocks.
I realize it is well-known to place your educational information at the top of your resume when searching for your first placement out of college. My question is where do I now place my education information, and my current employment? Should I place my current (professional) employment with my other employers I had during college, or in a seperate location, as to highlight it? And, where do I now place my education information? I am currently a candidtate for the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation, should that carry weight towards the beginning of my resume? Any help would be greatly appreciated.3 AnswersOther - Careers & Employment1 decade ago
I have a phone interview tomorrow afternoon. Are there any HR's around that could tell me the most important points of the phone interview process??
I know the basics: speak clearly (enunciate), research the company, be prepared to talk about yourself, ask witty question...ect. But what exactly is the employer looking for in a phone interview. Experienced people only please!!!!4 AnswersCareers & Employment1 decade ago
My dog began exhibiting strange behavior this evening. The best way to explain it is that she seems to be having a hard time swallowing. And not while eating...just when she's swallowing her saliva. Its looks sort of like how people swallow when they have a very sore throat...like an exaggerated swallow.
I checked her mouth and throat opening for any congestion, but couldn't find any. Does anybody know what this behavior suggests?? She is a 75lb German Shorthair.4 AnswersDogs1 decade ago
I am a recent graduate from Kansas State. I graduated with a B.S.B.A., majoring in finance. Unfortunately, my first job was with a painting contractor before I went back to school. I also painted during a few summer breaks to earn decent money.
I believe my painting "career" is causing potential employers to totally disregard my resume. I have had a few other jobs during the course of my life (listed on resume), and an internship at Merrill Lynch.
Do you think the painting experience is killing possible opportunity.1 AnswerCareers & Employment1 decade ago