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OBJECTIVE Seeking a professional position utilizing my diverse experience while continuing to grow professionally. EDUCATION Queens Academy of the Outreach Program 9/2001 – 1/2003 High School Diploma Queens Vocational and Technical H.S. 9/1998 – 6/2001 Major: Business PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Corona Barbershop Plus, Jackson Heights, NY 10/2003-Present Hair Braider/ Customer Service Associate •Responsible for artful hair designs and braiding. •Welcomed clients. •Handled high volume of telephone calls. •Scheduled appointments. •Maintained customer satisfaction standards. •Instructed new employees. •Developed website profiles as advertisement for braiding work. •Constructed a hair style guide for clients. Elmhurst Hospital, Elmhurst, NY 9/1999-3/2000 Data Entry Clerk •Entered patient records into database •Verified accuracy of documents •Filed records Our Lady of Sorrow Church, Corona, NY Summer 1999 Child Care Assistant •Assisted with setting up and preparation of activities. •In charge of maintaining play areas in a safe condition. •Provided continuous supervision to children. COMPUTER SKILLS Proficient in Microsoft Office Word, Publisher, and Photo Shop. Type 50 words per minute. LANGUAGES Spanish to English translation

Asked By: SoConfused - 8/28/2006
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Your resume has a lot of valuable and important information. The other persons who answered your question propapbly only saw your information. Just skimming over your resume though i thought that it could use better phrasing in some cases. First of all DO NOT use that as your objective, you need to be more specific... More
Answered By: Ro-K - 8/28/2006
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i think you will.
Answered By: cheesehead - 8/28/2006
 
looks good
Answered By: Xanther - 8/28/2006
 
I can't believe you posted such personal information on the www
Answered By: gippy - 8/28/2006
 
Ur resume has no life, meaning u need to edit it as far as titles and bold and italics as far as the typing and grammar everything is great. I mean when u send an employer ur resume u want it to be "eye catching". so make the corrections and u should be fine
Answered By: nell_thelady - 8/28/2006
 
looks good to me! it depends what kind of job you're seeking though. if i were you, i would really work on your cover letter. when i look over resumes, i don't even consider an applicant if there's no cover letter. their resume goes straight to the "NO" bin without a cover letter...
Answered By: wondering - 8/28/2006
 
this is very impressive
Answered By: becca4 - 8/28/2006
 
LOVe the action verbs! The objective statement is weak and not focused on a particular job though. Looks good, very standard. If you have won any awards or recognitions, you might want to add a "notable Achievements" section-that helps you stand out.
Answered By: Dean C - 8/28/2006
 
your a shoe in
Answered By: dale - 8/28/2006
 
The info in it is good, but a big part is how it looks on paper. Also, depending on the job you are applying for, you should change your objective. For example if you are looking to be a bank teller then Objective: To utilize my computer skills and customer service experience to obtain an entry level position which... More
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Answered By: Preston'smama - 8/28/2006
 
I would change your objective to relate to the positions you are applying for... (ie. Design Consultant... I seek to leverage my diverse experience in fashion and design with my excellent people skills to exceed your expectations in your company... More
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Answered By: Satchmo - 8/28/2006
 
Hi there... More
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Answered By: Joesy - 8/28/2006
 
I was a Staffing Specialist for 5 years and I would tell my temporary associates to have several resumes to cater to the kinds of positions they were looking for. Whether you are looking for an administrative assistant, receptionist, or project manager position; your resume should reflect the position you are going... More
Answered By: Ebony Unique - 8/28/2006
 
its pretty good, try and make it more intersting and attractive in terms of presentatio, all the best :)
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Answered By: globalreach - 8/29/2006
 
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