- Career Field
- Entertainment & Media
- Los Angeles, CA
Remove all salary information. Salary should not be discussed on your resume.
The objective is not doing a whole lot for your resume. Remove this section and add this langauge to your cover letters.
Add the language piece to skills, but consider removing the rest of personal. If you do keep it bring it to the bottom.
Change this to Work Experience.
The skills you have mentioned here are not unique - printing, scanning, faxing? Most people could do this. These are not the skills to list on top here. Also, if you have a BA, dont list your HS anymore, and NEVER list salaries on your resume. EVER!
Never say I, me or my in your resume. Consider changing your objective to a Highlights of Qualifications section. Go to my website: www.keppiecareers.com. Click on free career advice and SKILLS. Review the "soft" and regular skills list and incorporate those here.
I would lose the "personal" in the header - it makes the breakdown look award, and both seem to point towards the same set.
Use more active language, like "maintained perfect cash register", "Managed other tasks", etc - it sounds way too passive.
Cutchemist, you have a nice start to your resume, but can make a few significant improvements to impress recruiters. Overall, your format is on the right track, just make sure you keep things consistent. Additionally, try to add another item for work experience and move you skills section to the bottom. The idea is to better fill the page, making your experience look more substantial. Best of luck.
Good start - the only thing I would change is make it a more *active* resume. It sounds more like things that happened to you versus things you actually did.