Resumes and Interviews
Vocabulary for resumes and interviews
Terms in this set (12)
1.of, relating to, or arranged in or according to the order of time <chronological tables of of, relating to, or arranged in or according to the order of time <chronological tables of American history
2.Highlights information in reverse chronology from most recent to oldest. This is the most common type of resume.
3.Letter accompanying inquiry about a job or employment
4.performing or able to perform a regular function
5.Highlights information in categories based on commonly grouped skills. This type is useful for those with a wide vareity of work history or for gaps in experience. Functional resumes are also useful for those seeking to change career fields.
6. One who conducts a formal consultation usually to evaluate qualifications (as of a prospective student or employee)
7. one who is interviewed
8.Technology or digital resource. Image video, online link or other.
9. A clear and concise statement focusing on the job you are seeking
10.a person to whom inquiries as to character or ability can be made
11. a set of accomplishments
12. a learned power of doing something competently : a developed aptitude or ability