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Nomi Onggot

Im verry eager to find a job in you agency hoping that will you will help me.Thank you

regina edmonds

I am a great and smart worker i love too learn new things and i have a lot of resturant expericance and i love working and helping all people and custmers and i am very respectful and always about getting the job done and giving a hand to help others when they need help thank yu regina edmonds


Wow! I could not even guess about it)) Not bad.

Valentina Grozdanic

Face to face conversation can tell more then piece of paper called Resume!
Everyone can find good writer of resume makeover and resume & cover letter
Looking fantastic ! But can you read personality, eligibility ...from paper ?
Last couple years face to face interview becoming so rare and rare .....phone interview
Maybe robots will replace humans characteristic and we will have more speakers then workers ....


Can anyone spell correctly these days, or does it matter? If I notice run on sentences and/or poor grammer, I'm sure the person reading my resume will also notice these things.

Teri Larkin

Robert,it is important to have great "grammar" but the word needs to be spelled properly, as well.

mike c. okereke

Some will even say hat their favorite subject in school is speling


Thank you for the tips they were very informative and helpful.
I am going to redo my resume now using these tips .


Please use a spelling and grammar check! Especially for those who do not speak English as their native language. You may know how to write code and program out the wazoo but you're also going to need to interact with people who only speak English.

"Broken" English is VERY distracting. Just sayin'

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