What does related coursewerk mean on a resume

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A graduate who diligently studied, attended additional courses and internships, rarely have experience of continuous long-term work. If there is work experience, then it is customary to describe it in reverse chronological order, first, the present or the last place of work, then the previous one, etc.) and, opposite the time and place of work, designate their position and functions, focusing on professional achievements. Internship and internships are counted on a par with work experience, and a good internship is worth a few temporary jobs. It is necessary to indicate: the dates of commencement and termination of work (practice), the name of the organization (it is not necessary to indicate in the summary a detailed address of the enterprises where you worked, it will be enough to indicate their name and city where they are located), the name of the position (there may be several if your career has been developing successfully), list the duties of the office as fully as possible, since this is often the case. In the graduate’s resume it is important to include information about the special courses and trainings completed. It is also important to indicate achievements in each position, if any. When describing achievements, it is necessary to use action verbs such as developed, saved, enlarged or shortened. Extremely specific wording is desirable.

If there is not enough work experience, or there are breaks in the work experience, it is better to place the information in a functional resume. A functional resume is used to describe a specific work experience and scope of work, when there is no need to have a process of accumulating this experience in chronological order. It focuses on education and special knowledge and skills. Also, this form of resume is acceptable in cases where there was a big break in work or there is a need to change profession. Academic resume is used to search for faculty work. The independent part of such a summary is a list of scientific papers and publications, scientific achievements, awards and titles.

 This section indicates what characterizes you as an employee, but does not relate directly to specific duties for example: driving license; PC experience (informing you of computer skills, you should clarify in which operating systems and programs you worked work) membership in professional organizations, etc. Knowledge of a foreign language can also be noted here, if you are not completely sure of fluency in it. If you are sure select a separate section, and it is desirable to indicate the language courses if you have completed them. It is more competent to indicate the level of proficiency in accordance with international tests: intermediate, upper-intermediate, advanced. You should not write: medium, advanced, etc.