DFW_Analyst_Want 2 B Mgt. Consultant 6 reviews
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- 21 February 2008, 07:33 PM
26 February 2008, 11:40 AM
Pretty good resume. You have quality work experience with a slew of quality internships as well. The format is pretty crisp and easy to read and follow for the most part. As I noted in my feedback on the resume, I was confused about your relationship with Abbot, Wells Fargo, HR Block, etc. at first, thinking that they were your actual employer. Consider altering your format to make it easier for the reader to see that these companies were project locations, NOT employers. I'd move your title to the far left of the sentence, moving tha co. name over to the right. Good usage of numbers. They give your resume credibility. Your language can be confusing at times, but I think I put a note where I found some problems or I simply blacked-out words I thought could be omitted entirely. Be careful not to use too many adjectives as well. Good job and good luck.
25 February 2008, 06:50 PM
What type of job are you looking for? What is the audience going to be for your resume? Be sure to tailor it appropriately. *Your format is great--it's easy to read and doesn't distract from the content. *I've never seen the 'skills gained' areas before on a resume (that doesn't mean that it is bad, per se). I *personally* think it doesn't add too much value and that you can convey the same message in your interview or with the actual bullet points. Overall, It think its a good, but not great resume. Keep at it. Add more numbers and try to rephrase your bullets where needed to make them more powerful and impressive. Don't be dishonest, but try to butter them up and spin them to your favor as much as possible. Best of luck in b-school.