Great jobs for history majors by Julie DeGalan, Stephen E. Lambert

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Protect your references by giving out their names only when you are being considered seriously as a candidate for a given position. THE FUNCTIONAL RESUME The functional resume departs from a chronological resume in that it organizes information by specific accomplishments in various settings: previous jobs, volunteer work, associations, and so forth. This type of resume permits you to stress the substance of your experiences rather than the position titles you have held. ) You should consider using a functional resume if you have held a series of similar jobs that relied on the same skills or abilities.

This type of resume permits you to stress the substance of your experiences rather than the position titles you have held. ) You should consider using a functional resume if you have held a series of similar jobs that relied on the same skills or abilities. The Objective A functional resume begins with an objective that can be used to focus the contents of the resume. Specific Accomplishments Specific accomplishments are listed on this type of resume. Examples of the types of headings used to describe these capabilities might include research, computer skills, teaching, communication, production, management, marketing, or writing.

Summer 2001, 2002, 2003. Initially employed in high school as salesclerk. Due to successful performance, asked to return next two summers at higher pay with added The Resume and Cover Letter ■ 31 responsibility. Ranked as the #2 salesperson the first summer and #1 the next two summers. Assisted in arranging eye-catching retail displays; served as manager of other summer workers during owner’s absence. A Large Number of Jobs EMPLOYMENT: Recent Hospitality Industry Experience: Affiliated with four upscale hotel/restaurant complexes (September 2001–February 2004), where I worked part- and full-time as a waiter, bartender, disc jockey, and bookkeeper to produce income for college.

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