2019-01-30 00:00:00

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Some people don’t have to because they made a career out of their first and only job. Some people stay in the job for 20 or 30 years and that’s quite impressive. Unfortunately, for most of us, sticking to one job for more than 3 or 5 years is just tedious and monotonous. So your trusty Gunny is gonna help you update your resume.

So grab the radio and call the arty! It’s time to lock n’ load!

1. Style

Remember when you got a new car like a Toyota 86 or Subaru Impreza and you just couldn’t stop trying to put aftermarket modifications on it? Well, this is exactly like that but without the expenses when modifying your car. Change a few things like the layout and template or the font and color. And Mrs. Gunny says don’t forget to mix and match the palette as well. Wifey’s Words of Wisdom! Hoorah!

2. Summary

This is the important bit cause it gives the manager or recruiter or whatever the world they’re called. A summary gives them a quick overview of who and what you are, what you’ve accomplished and what your skill set is. Also, it allows an instant view of your potential. Remember to add your recent accomplishments and former jobs that you’ve had and make sure you use them to your advantage like data skills to the company. Or research skills to be a researcher. So on and so forth. Ya got that, maggots?

3. Education

If you’ve had a recent education such as a Masters or Doctorate program, make sure to include that in your resume because that’s an edge over everyone else. Imagine everyone has a knife (one edge) and that’s where most graduates are at. A Masters will give you a dagger (knife with two edges) and a Doctorate will give you a full length sword! Do we understand each other?!

Reference: Here’s Why You Should Update Your LinkedIn Profile (Even if You’re Not Looking for a Job)