Originally Posted by crazyforinfo
Thanks Jenney! I think the only advice I can't use is the type of software. I have no idea what it was. I know the company that issued the software. LoL
I can't get into the Biology field again. Do you think I should leave my minor/major out?
How do you recommend the layout of where to put the company's name?
This is already going to page 2. I heard that if you only have one job to list it's best to make it lengthly in details.
What objective should I put down? I hate that part. I don't want to limit myself to banking and I really don't want to be a manager again.
How important is a cover letter?
I would leave the schooling in, including the major. I just wasn't sure what type of job you were looking for, so since you're not looking to get back into the Biology field, leave it where it is.
As for the software don't worry about it then. I forgot that you had posted about your *productive* boss and were ready to get out of banking. If you use Word, Excel definitely list that (or whatever writing software you use). That could come in handy.
What I meant by the company name was something like this:Company Name 2000-presentMost recent position City, ST
Details about the jobPrevious position City, ST
Details about position
In the objective, just state what you want to do. Nothing flowery like "position to gain growth and knowlege blah blah blah". Just state what you are looking to get into:
Objective: A position in the <insert industry here
> an accounts payable representative.
(or whatever your hearts desire)
I have been told that you can substitute a cover letter with what you place in your objective, but since you're looking to move on from banking, stick to one.
I'll let Natalie take over on that!