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Free Sample Resumes : If your chosen career path requires specialized training, you may already have certificates or licenses. You should list these if the job you are seeking requires them and you, of course, have acquired them.



CERTIFICATES AND LICENSES : Free Sample Resumes


If your chosen career path requires specialized training, you may already have certificates or licenses. You should list these if the job you are seeking requires them and you, of course, have acquired them. If you have applied for a license but have not received it, use the phrase APPLICATION PENDING.


License requirements vary by states. If you have moved or are planning to relocate to another state, check with that state's board or licensing agency for all licensing requirements and always make sure that all of the information you list is completely accurate. Locate copies of your certificates and licenses and check the exact date and name of the accrediting agency.


PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS


Another potential element in your resume is a section listing professional memberships. Use this section' to describe your involvement in professional associations, unions and similar organizations. It is to your advantage to list any professional memberships that pertain to the job you are seeking. Many employers see your membership as representative of your desire to stay up-to-date arid connected in your field. Include the dates of your involvement and whether you took part in any special activities or held any offices within the organization.


SPECIAL SKILLS


The special skills section of your resume is the place to mention any special abilities you have that relate to the job you are seeking. You can use this element to present certain talents or experiences that are not necessarily a part of your education or work experience. Common examples include fluency in a foreign language, extensive travel abroad or knowledge of a particular computer application. Special skills can encompass a wide range of talents and this section can be used creatively. However, for each skill you list, you should be able to describe how it would be a direct asset in the type of work you're seeking because employers may ask just that in an interview. If you can't think of a way to do this, it may be extraneous information.


PERSONAL INFORMATION


Some people include personal information on their resumes. This is generally not recommended. But you might wish to include it if you think that something in your personal life, such as a hobby or talent, has some bearing on the position you are seeking. This type of information is often referred to at the beginning of an interview, when it may be used as an icebreaker. Of course, personal information regarding your age, marital status, race, religion or sexual orientation should never appear on your resume as personal information. It should be given only in the context of memberships and activities and only when doing so would not expose you to discrimination.

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