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Feb 4, 2011

Lol, is your email adress [email protected]?

You did a really shitty job of covering it up. Oh well, maybe you don't care about anonymity. Anyway, your resume looks good..

Feb 4, 2011

yea lol. dont really care about that though.

im more interested in what you have to say about my resume. thanks for the compliment....any corrections?

Feb 4, 2011

I changed the upload so it should be easier to see. Here is a link to it on razume...

http://www.razume.com/doc/3/4c6bae4e-5547-495d-a11...

Feb 5, 2011

Take off the economics classes because it is quite evident that you are an Economics major. I would keep on only Financial Accounting and Money and Banking because those two seem directly tangible to finance.

I would like to see a strong leadership role in your work experience.

Take off MS Office and abbreviate your school.

Feb 10, 2011
Ske7ch:

Take off the economics classes because it is quite evident that you are an Economics major. I would keep on only Financial Accounting and Money and Banking because those two seem directly tangible to finance.

I would like to see a strong leadership role in your work experience.

Do you mean that my bullets should better indicate that I was more of a leader at my internships? How do I do this if I was the sole intern or if I was not given much of an opportunity to do so?

Your help is always appreciated.
Take off MS Office and abbreviate your school.

Feb 9, 2011

Take off the economics classes. They can see you're an econ major, so stuff like Econometrics is assumed. Save your space for something else.

Otherwise, it looks mostly good but you might want to look into expanding your bullets a little. It's a little short and a little more color on your activities might be nice.

Feb 9, 2011

In your present job, you should have your bullet points in the present tense, not in the past tense.

Feb 9, 2011

In "additional information" stay consistent with your formatting. It looks like leadership is bold and none of the other titles (although it could just be the formatting on my screen). Additionally, in some of your bullet points the second wordis capitalized and others not (ex. Leadership: Office... Skills: proficient...) Capitalize them all.

People ask me, would you rather be feared or loved?
Um easy, I want people to be afraid of how much they love me.

Feb 10, 2011

"In your present job, you should have your bullet points in the present tense, not in the past tense."

Im not so sure about that. Everyone i have spoken to has instructed me to keep my resume in one tense, which is in accordance to what I have always been taught. You could very well be correct. I just want to make sure.

Anyone want to settle this?

Feb 10, 2011
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