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Matthew Dart 66 Hillcrest Dr. Rapid City, SD. 57701 605-***-**** (Home) *****@rap.midco.net Experience Sales Associate, Kohl's March 2007 - October 2007 Operated cash register Helped customers checkout in a fast paced environment Sold credit cards Countdown the register Clean the PoS area Helped reorganize store once close Locker Room Attendant, YMCA April 2005 - June 2006 Cleaned up locker room as well as overall building Provided consultation to patrons' needs Sales Associate, Blockbuster August 2004 - February 2005 Operated cash register Helped customers checkout in a speedy, friendly fashion Sold promotions Helped organize the store when needed Skills Worked in heavily customer oriented environments and I'm adept in catering to their needs. Cashier experience that I believe will greatly aid my ability to perform the required duties of this job. I am proficient in operating computers as well as cash drawers. Education Attending Black Hills State University This is for a teller position at a bank.

Asked By: Pirateshaveparrots - 12/28/2007
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I like the fact that it is short since resumes generally shouldn't be more than a page unless you like to bore the hr person. Yours is so short that you could add a short description of yourself at the beginning. This description should say something about your attitude and work ethic. Here is one I used on my resume... More
Answered By: Nikolas M - 12/28/2007
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not so dashing dude... check out websites for samples ... and work further to fix it better
Answered By: Swagato - 12/28/2007
 
Your resume looks good. It's surprising how many people don't know how to write a proper resume. (i.e. It's good that you know to keep things parallel and focused the resume toward the position you're applying to... More
Answered By: Pooty Pootwell - 12/28/2007
 
Put your Education at the top, followed by the skills section... More
Answered By: Ivan J - 12/28/2007
 
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