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Marketing Rep/ Market Research, full or part time, contract or employment. Writing, analytics/forecasting, events organizer. Sandra Winkler, 650-299-9365, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Business Development, Sales, Marketing. 30 years of VP & Director level experience. Would like fulfilling job in GreenTech. Pete Christensen, email@example.com.
Development Engineer with 10+ years experience in the Thin Film and Laser industry, MS in Statistics, looking for a new position in Process Development / Metrology Engineering. Stan Louie
Operations Manager with 15+ years of experience in Failure Analysis and Reliability testing, PhD in Materials Science with expertise in PCBA, is looking for a new manager or engineer challenging position. Francoise Sarrazin
Developer & Cloud DevOPS w/ 11 years Unix/Linux, 6 years Colloidal & Surface Chemistry, developing prototype MESH drone swam for pollution/bacteria & virus monitoring, Joschka-Joseph Anderso, firstname.lastname@example.org
Highlight your accomplishments on your resume; don't just list the tasks you did at previous jobs. For instance, you need to say things like "Reduced production time by 30% by improving the flow on the manufacturing line." Quantify your accomplishments and how it helped the bottom line for the company.
Never turn down an interview, even if it is not a good fit, as it is an opportunity to network with someone who may know of another opportunity which is a better fit. Always be on the lookout for networking opportunities, as most jobs are found through networking.
When you do have an interview, and they ask what you weakness is, highlight what you did to overcome this weakness so it is now a positive, and demonstrate that you are willing to make necessary changes to enhance your own skillset, for the benefit of the company. People listen most to the first bit of what you say, and the last, and the middle section receives least attention. Structure your responses accordingly.