I was interested in ER and was wondering if someone could give me any resume advice?
Also, please feel free to bash the heck out of it for any reason. :P


Resume: https://docs.google.com/document/edit?id=1zEuVDd2E...

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Comments (6)


kill objective, put that in your cover letter, move research and whatnot job positions into work experience and move the study abroad under education.. kinda looks awkward to have the 'research' category that can be seperated into education and work imho

leadership roles? expand on stuff if you can. can kill that managing database blabla and just insert that under work experience, maybe put the GRE/SAT scores under your education as to


Thanks for the comment. I've had a few people tell me to kill the objective so away it goes. Moved some stuff around, and I agree that one section extra just cluttered stuff up.

New one:


country analyst and senior research assistant two diff jobs or one job? seems like two different titles-- did you get promoted to one or the other?

and whyd u take the gre lsat anddd... everything but the gmat:? haha


ah ok, with the lsat i think some employers may think u wanna do law school eventually so just an FYI for you puttin thato n there

In reply to shorttheworld

ah ok, with the lsat i think some employers may think u wanna do law school eventually so just an FYI for you puttin thato n there

Yeah I know. I don't want to, but I figure that I scored in the top 2 percent of anyone taking the test, so that's a pretty good indicator of general intelligence, at least in regards to the ability of a test to measure IQ.


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