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E hiahia ana koe ki te tiki i te mahi pai? Me koe he anō nui. Kia mataara, tenei ataata ki te ako 10 resume tips that will help you. Read this page to learn how to write a USA style resume.
Do you want to get a good job? You need a great resume. Watch this video to learn 10 resume tips that will help you. Read this page to learn how to write a USA style resume.
He aha te mea he anō?
What is a resume?
A resume is a document that you create that details your contact information, te mahi e hiahia ana koe, koutou tohu mātauranga, wheako mahi, educational background, and other information. It tells the employer why you are qualified for the position.
A resume is a document that you create that details your contact information, the job you want, your qualifications, work experience, educational background, and other information. It tells the employer why you are qualified for the position.
Your resume is the first thing a company will look at when they decide if they want to interview you for a job. riro Kamupene rau o faahou. A, no te titiro te tangata ki to koutou anō, whai koe e pā ana ki 10 hēkona ki te maongo taua tangata. Remember that the employer wants to learn about you and not your coworkers. Tirohia mēnā ki te whakamahi i te kupu “ahau”, nui atu i te “tatou”. e kore ai e whakamahia e koe ki te korero e pā ana ki a koe. Heoi, it is an important part of the job search process in the USA. He maha rerenga me manene i wheako nui, me ngā pūkenga, engari e hiahia ana i te anō pai.
Your resume is the first thing a company will look at when they decide if they want to interview you for a job. Companies receive hundreds of resumes. When someone looks at your resume, you have about 10 seconds to impress that person. Remember that the employer wants to learn about you and not your coworkers. Make sure to use the word “I”, rather than “we”. You may not be used to talking about yourself. However, it is an important part of the job search process in the USA. Many refugees and immigrants have great experience and skills but need a better resume.
1. Ko te wahi runga o to koutou anō ki tou ingoa tino nui!
1. The top part of your resume with your name is very important!
Me e mea ohie ki te pānui i. Make it bold and consider using a shortened version of your name that is easier for employers to read. Kaua e whakauru tou ingoa waenganui, rawa, ki te he te reira roa.
Make sure it is easy to read. Make it bold and consider using a shortened version of your name that is easier for employers to read. Do not include your middle name, especially if it is long.
2. Me whakamahi koe i te "American" wāhitau tau waea, me te īmēra
2. Make sure you use an “American” phone number and email address
I te tahi taime, refugees or immigrants use a WhatsApp number or international number. Use a U.S.A. tau waea, me te tuhituhi i te reira te whakamahi i te hōputu paerewa i roto i te U.S. A., e haere rite tenei- waehere rohe i roto i te ', tau e toru tuatahi, Na he pīhono, na nga tau e wha i muri: (503) 544-1195.
Sometimes, refugees or immigrants use a WhatsApp number or international number. Use a U.S.A. phone number and write it using the standard format in the U.S. A., which goes like this- area code in parentheses, first three numbers, then a dash, then the next four numbers: (503) 544-1195.
Whakamahia he ngāwari ki te anō-momo, US wāhitau īmēra. Kaua e whakamahi i tētahi wāhitau īmēra e mutu i roto i te whenua ke pērā i: firstname.lastname@example.org. Engari, use an easy to type U.S.A. wāhitau īmēra. hei tauira: email@example.com. A mahara ki tirohia tenei wāhitau īmēra! A good idea is to have one email address that you use just for all job applications.
Use an easy to re-type, US email address. Do not use an email address that ends in a foreign country such as: firstname.lastname@example.org. Instead, use an easy to type U.S.A. email address. For example: email@example.com. And remember to check this email address! A good idea is to have one email address that you use just for all job applications.
3. Whakamahia te tahora e he ngāwari ki te arotake hohoro
3. Use a layout that is easy to review quickly
Tenei te tikanga hanga tino mea katoa he ngāwari ki te matau. Ka taea e te mahi koe i tenei mā te whakamahi i te hōputu taua mo nga rohe me te hanga tino rārangi katoa ake. Ka taea e koe te tiki i tētahi tauira anō noa i runga i to tatou paetukutuku konei (tāpiri hono).
This means making sure everything is easy to understand. You can do this by using the same format for every area and making sure everything lines up. You can download a free resume template on our website here (add link).
4. Ko a koutou mahi tūao ranei wheako US-e hāngai ana i te tihi o te anō
4. Put your US-based work or volunteer experience at the top of the resume
He mea nui ki te ngā wheako i te mahi i roto i te United States. Ki te kore koe e whai i tetahi U.S. wheako mahi, whakaaro tūao interning i U.S ranei. kamupene ki te tiki U.S. wheako. Ka taea hoki te tango e koe free akomanga ipurangi i roto i te tikanga ki te whakapiki ake i ō tohu, me ngā enei i runga i tou anō.
It’s important to include experience from working in the United States. If you do not have any U.S. work experience, consider volunteering or interning at U.S. company to get U.S. experience. You can also take free online classes in order to increase your qualifications and include these on your resume.
5. Whakaurua koutou pūkenga reo, engari e kore e ngā Ingarihi
5. Include your language skills but do not include English
Hiki tetahi reo e korero koe, tae atu ki te koutou anake korero tuhituhi i roto i aua reo ranei. Do not include English. whakaatu koe e matatau koe i roto i te reo Ingarihi mā te he i te anō pai ki te wetereo tika, pūmatuatanga, me te whakahōputu.
List any languages you speak, including if you only speak or write in those languages. Do not include English. You show you are fluent in English by having a good resume with proper grammar, capitalization, and formatting.
6. Kia tino ki te whakauru i tō wheako tūao
6. Be sure to include your volunteer experience
He maha rerenga me manene kore e ngā te ara he tokomaha te āwhina ratou ratou hapori. hei tauira, maha rerenga matau tatou e iriti i hoki tahi atu mau melo o te hapori. mahi ratou tenei tika ki kia atawhai, me te no te mea he reira wahi o to ratou hapori. kia whakauru koe i tenei momo o te tūao i runga i to koutou anō. Ko te mea anake e kore e koutou ngā he ina e te āwhina koe i tō ake whānau.
Many refugees and immigrants do not include the many ways they help their community. For example, many refugees we know will translate for other community members. They do this just to be kind and because it is part of their community. You should include this type of volunteering on your resume. The only thing you should not include is when you are helping your own family.
7. Whakamahia pane me tūmahi
7. Use capitals and verbs
Kia tino tupato ki pūmatuatanga. Me koe ki te kia tino pūmatua koe tūingoa tika katoa. tūingoa tika he kupu rite ingoa, pa, me kamupene. Arotake i tou anō, me te kia tino e whakamahi koe reta whakapaipai mō ngā ingoa katoa, wāhi, kamupene. kia tīmata katoa matā tuhituhi koe whakaahua tou wheako ki te kupumahi (he kupu whakaahua i tētahi mahi). hanga reira ngā atu ki te pānui i tēnei. Reira parau hoki te kaituku mahi tika atu te mea i to koutou kawenga.
Be very careful with capitalizations. You need to make sure you capitalize all proper nouns. Proper nouns are words like names, cities, and companies. Review your resume and make sure you are using capital letters for all names, places, companies. Every bullet you write describing your experience should start with a verb (a word describing an action). This makes it more interesting to read. It also tells the employer what your responsibilities were right away.
8. Me koutou anō he kahore whārangi neke atu i rua
8. Make sure your resume is no more than two pages
Tō anō kia anake hei mokowā kōwae kotahi, me te kia pai katoa i runga i te kotahi e rua ranei whārangi. e kore e kaitukumahi i kite faahou e te hunga roa atu i taua.
Your resume should only be single paragraph spacing and should all fit on one or two pages. Employers will not read resumes that are longer than that.
9. I te pae hopea, kia ko te taua hoki te anō katoa tou momotuhi.
9. Finally, make sure your font is the same for the entire resume.
Kotahi huringa iti, engari nui ka taea e hanga e koe ki reira kia tino katoa o te kuputuhi i runga i tou anō ko te momotuhi taua. He maha ngā wā, ina e hanga e koe he anō, rawa, ki te tārua koe wahi o tou kuputuhi i tetahi atu tuhinga, aitua ai te momotuhi huri. Na te reira e huanane reira ki te titiro i. Hei kia ko te taua koutou momotuhi, momo "ctrl + te". Kia miramira te katoa o te momotuhi, tīpako i te momotuhi me te rahi. E rua pai, common fonts to use are Times New Roman and Arial. Use size 10 ranei 12 momotuhi ki te hanga i tō anō ngāwari ki te pānui i.
One small but important change you can make it to be sure all of the text on your resume is the same font. Many times, when you are making a resume, especially if you copy parts of your text from another document, the font might accidentally change. It makes it confusing to look at. To make sure your font is the same, type “ctrl+a”. Once all of the font is highlighted, select the font and the size. Two good, common fonts to use are Times New Roman and Arial. Use size 10 or 12 font to make your resume easy to read.
10. Whakaorangia tō anō rite te PDF!
10. Save your resume as a PDF!
If you save your resume as a Word document or other type of document, kia kia messed reira ake. He pai ki te whakaora i te reira rite te kōnae PDF kia ka titiro reira rite te ara e hiahia ana koe. hoki, kia tino e whai koe i te putanga ora i roto i te hōputu Kupu rite te pai. Ka taea e koe te whakamahi i tēnei putanga ki te hanga whakatika ki tou anō.
If you save your resume as a Word document or other type of document, it might get messed up. It is better to save it as a PDF file so that it will look exactly the way you want. Also, make sure that you have a version saved in Word format as well. You can use this version to make edits to your resume.
Additional resume tips for entry-level roles
Additional resume tips for entry-level roles
Ka taea e Mātauranga te āwhina hanga titiro koe rite te kaimahi tohu. Kia Kua tangohia e koe ngā akoranga i roto i te kura i reira whakawhanakehia koe pūkenga ka whakamahi koe i roto i tou mahi. Ki te pera, tuhituhi i te ingoa o te akoranga i roto i to koutou mātauranga. Ka taea e koe te mahi i te mea ano ki pepa rangahau roa kaupapa nui ranei.
Education can help make you look like a qualified worker. You may have taken courses in school where you developed skills you will use in your job. If so, write the names of the courses in your education. You can do the same thing with longer research papers or significant projects.
Ka taea e wheako Life e āwhina ki te whakarārangi rite te pai. Ahakoa, ki te i te mahi koe i huri noa tou kāinga ranei, Ka taea e koe te whakarārangi aha pūkenga whakamahia koe. hei tauira, taea mea etahi whaea noho-i-te kāinga e whakarite tika ratou i te pūtea te whānau.
Life experience can be helpful to list as well. Even if you did work at or around your home, you can list what skills you used. For example, some stay-at-home mothers could say that they balanced the family budget.
A ape i maka ana he tokomaha “pūkenga ngohengohe” i roto i to koutou anō. tikanga o tēnei e kore e arotahi koe i runga i tou pükenga. Engari, arotahi ki runga i nga mea i a koutou pūkenga ranei kua ako koe. Ka taea e te mahi koe i te reira o nga wa he tokorua, engari e kore e neke atu i te e. hei tauira, karo mea e he koe “hoa”, ranei “he tangata fiefia”.
Avoid putting many “soft skills” in your resume. This means that you should not focus on your personality traits. Instead, focus on the things you did or skills you have learned. You can do it a couple of times but not more than that. For example, avoid saying that you are “friendly”, or “a happy person”.
I runga i to koutou wheako, hoatu koe he taitara i roto i to koutou anō. hei tauira, ki te mahi koe i i te kura i reira ka tango koe te tiaki o ka whakaako tamariki taitamariki, e waiho e koe hei “kaiako” ranei “ngaio mātauranga kōhungahunga”.
Based on your experience, give yourself a title in your resume. For example, if you worked at a school where you took care of and taught young children, you would be a “teacher” or “childhood education professional”.
Additional resume tips for professional roles
Additional resume tips for professional roles
e kore e tō anō kia roa atu i 2 whārangi, ara, ki te mea kua kua mahi koe mo te wa roa. Anake ngā te whakamutunga 15 tau o to koutou wheako mahi.
Your resume should not be longer than 2 pages, even if you have been working for a long time. Only include the last 15 years of your work experience.
Ki te haere koe ki te kura i he rongonui ranei uaua ki te tiki ki, kia tino ki te tāpiri i taua ki to koutou “mātauranga” wāhanga.
If you went to a school that was famous or hard to get into, make sure to add that to your “education” section.
ohipa Rārangi me te aha koutou mahi i. Ki te mahi koe i runga i te kaupapa faahiahia, hoatu he iti taipitopito e pā ana ki reira. e waiho He tauira he kaupapa mahi koutou i runga i taua i tino utu ranei te wahi i koe ki te whakahaere i nga iwi maha.
List accomplishments as well as what your tasks were. If you worked on an impressive project, give a little detail about it. An example would be a project you worked on that was very expensive or where you had to manage many people.
Tenei ko te tātauira anō Ka taea e koe te whakamahi i ki te waihanga i tō anō.
Here is a resume template you can use to create your resume.
(A, no te pāwhiri koe i te hono, te tuhinga e haere aunoa ki tou kōpaki tikiake.)
(When you click the link, the document will automatically go to your downloads folder.)
Tenei te tahi faahou hi'oraa:
Here are some example resumes:
Resume customization: me pehea ki te hanga i tētahi anō mahi-motuhake
Resume customization: how to create a job-specific resume
Kamupene whakamahi pūnaha aroturuki anō ki te tātari tono mahi. Hoki te nuinga o ngā mahi, e kore te he tangata pānui koutou anō. Engari, Kei te titiro ki te kite, ki te ōrite te kupu i roto i tou anō i te whakaahuatanga mahi te rorohiko. He mahi whakairi nuinga e tango rau o tono.
Companies use resume tracking systems to filter job applications. For most jobs, a human is not reading your resume. Instead, a computer is looking to see if the words in your resume match the job description. A posted job typically receives hundreds of applications.
Your resume is probably reviewed by a computer. This means you have to make sure you create a job-specific resume. Each time you apply, Me koe ki te tirohia i te whakaahuatanga mahi me te ōrite tō anō ki reira. A job-specific resume does not have to include every word from the job description. Titiro hoki kupumatua. Keywords He kupu me ngā kīanga e kua whakamahia te tino maha. E whakarārangitia tokomaha kupumatua i raro i te “pūkenga e hiahiatia ana” wāhanga. hei tauira, ki te kei te tono koe ki te waiho i te kaiāwhina whakahaere, kite koe e kupu rite “take”, “hanga whakatū”, a “whakahōtaka” te whakamahi i te rota.
Your resume is probably reviewed by a computer. This means you have to make sure you create a job-specific resume. Each time you apply, you need to check the job description and match your resume to it. A job-specific resume does not have to include every word from the job description. Look for keywords. Keywords are words and phrases that are used the most often. Many keywords are listed under the “required skills” section. For example, if you are applying to be an administrative assistant, you notice that words like “filing”, “making appointments”, and “scheduling” use a lot.
Writing a job specific resume might include changing words to other words with very similar meanings. hei tauira, you might be applying for a job that wants a “content writer”. You might have worked as a “content creator” before. Another example may be changing the phrase “titiro hoki kaimahi hou” ki “kaimahi haina”.
Writing a job specific resume might include changing words to other words with very similar meanings. For example, you might be applying for a job that wants a “content writer”. You might have worked as a “content creator” before. Another example may be changing the phrase “looked for new workers” to “recruited employees”.
e tenei tukanga wā me te mahi. Ko te huarahi māmā ki te tīmata, ko te ki te tā i roto i te whakaahuatanga mahi. Take some time and highlight and underline words you think are important. Add them into your resume. Kia mahara e he nui faitotonú. Do not include any skills that you do not have. A helpful website for you can use is called jobscan.co. You can upload your resume and job description. You can see if you have enough word and phrase matches between the job you are applying for and your resume. If there are few, you can add more to increase your chances of getting an interview.
This process takes time and practice. The easiest way to start is to print out the job description. Take some time and highlight and underline words you think are important. Add them into your resume. Remember that honesty is important. Do not include any skills that you do not have. A helpful website for you can use is called jobscan.co. You can upload your resume and job description. You can see if you have enough word and phrase matches between the job you are applying for and your resume. If there are few, you can add more to increase your chances of getting an interview.
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