This week you learned about the importance of tailoring and tweaking your resume. Now, in discussion, you will get the chance to practice doing that. – Essaylink

This week you learned about the importance of tailoring and tweaking your resume. Now, in discussion, you will get the chance to practice doing that.
To begin, select one of the job postings listed below. Note: a variety of postings have been provided, so you should be able to find something similar to your desired career path. However, none of these postings may be an exact match to what you hope to do in the future. That is okay. This exercise is not meant to necessarily prepare you perfectly for your desired career. Instead, it is meant to give you necessary practice looking at a job posting and editing your resume accordingly. This is a valuable experience.
The links below are meant to serve as templates for potential employers to use. As you’ll see, there are places for them to add details, benefits, etc. However, you can use these sample postings to practice tweaking your resume based on the skills and qualifications lists.
HR Administrative Assistant
Office Administrator
Recruiting Coordinator
Medical Scribe
Medical Coder
Marketing Specialist
Correctional Officer
Teacher Aide
Case Manager
Administrative Assistant
Patient Advocate
Medical Records Technician
Once you have selected a job description from the links above, tailor and tweak your existing resume using the tips provided in lecture to fit with your selected job description. You can start with the resume you created in SOSC116 and edit/work from there. Highlight or add comment bubbles in Word indicating where you make changes.
Then, in your initial post:
Attach your tailored resume.
As noted above, please highlight or add comment bubbles in Word indicating where changes have been made. This will help your classmates and instructor provide feedback on what was done and where else you might want to tailor things to a selected job posting.
Indicate which of the provided job descriptions you selected and used for inspiration in tweaking your resume.
Explain to your instructor and classmates the edits you made in tailoring your resume. Describe how those edits fit with what you learned in lecture and exactly how your resume highlights the skills and qualifications necessary for the job description you selected.
When providing feedback to classmates, be professional and courteous, but try to offer constructive criticism. Detail what your classmate did well and ways that they might further perfect and customize their resume.
Completing this discussion will help you to meet the following Course Outcome:
Enhance employment documents and complete steps for employment.

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