Would you hire me based on the following?

Lets say if you owned your own company and I came nicely dressed and I speak professionally. Also based off my Resume... would you hire me? Some names and info has been changed for security reasons! Ariel L. Powell 1234 Fake Street Las Vegas, Nevada 89128 Objective I am trying to get into an entry level position, where I can learn and be successful. I have experience as a cashier with the extreme addition of great customer service experience. I speak in a professional manner. I am easy going and love to meet new people. I attended 2 ½ years of German classes at Cheyenne High School, but need a little brushing up on my skills. I also took creative writing courses in high school. One of my career objectives is to become a film director. I have over a year of experience in this area as I also had a class in high school on Broadcast Journalism. Relevant Skills - Proficient in Windows 95/98/NT, PowerPoint 4.0, Word Perfect 6.1, Excel, Microsoft Word - Accustomed to heavy telephone usage - Experience dealing with customers in a professional manner - Typing: 45 wpm Employment History Cameo Kayser & Associates, Court Reporting Secretary/Assistant – October 2007 through June 2008 I scheduled depositions with law firms in the Las Vegas area. I also scheduled court reporters for depositions and used several different legal computer applications such as Acclaim and Real Legal Wal-Mart Neighborhood Store, Grocery Store Cashier/Sales Associate/Produce Stocker – April 2006 through September 2007 I helped customers find, obtain and pay for what they needed. I completed numerous financial transactions. I moved through several different departments as I liked learning different departments throughout the store. Eduardo & Patricia Velasco, neighbors Dog/House Sitter – August 2005 through January 2006 (intermittent) I fed and cared for their animals. The house was clean and watched after while they were traveling and/or on vacation. Patricia McCrea, neighbor Dog/House Sitter – June 2004 through December 2005 (intermittent) I secured her house while she was on vacation. The animals were cared for and well fed. I also cleaned the house for my employer. Education June 2007High School Graduate Cheyenne High School Las Vegas, Nevada References Professional Heather Sullivan, Secretary Cameo Kayser & Associates Personal Jamie Pool Cosmetologist, commission Kyle Schnyder, Tech Support Cox Communications

Asked By: linstpd - 1/2/2009
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No, I would not because your resume is not in a "proper" resume format. Since I would expect the people that I hire to be "detail oriented", I would expect them to check into the details of how a resume should be written. I would expect that a person applying would have researched how to write a resume before writing... More
Answered By: Jeanne R - 1/2/2009
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This resume isn't formatted right. You're objective should never be more than 1 line long. You know what i did, i have Microsoft word 2007 and they have resume template you can download online, Im going to give you all the links and then you download it and put your information in. I will try to see if i can fix this... More
Answered By: The Future Mrs. Mason♥ - 1/2/2009
okay first off shorten the objective way too long and never include references , only state on your resume that references are available upon request . remember the employer does not have all day to read your resume nor does he want too . not trying to be rude here just honest .
Answered By: Kate T. - 1/2/2009
I concur, your objective (or Personal statement) is too long and contains irrelevant/repeated information. I've edited it a bit, you don't have to use it but i thought it might help a little bit... More
Answered By: Aussie Babe - 1/2/2009
I would expand on the educational part of your CV and make it more from the third person. Not "I Helped customers" just "helped customers" and so on
Answered By: Green-Monkey - 1/2/2009
OK your typing up your resume as if you where sending a letter to a high school friend, it has to be more business like, less friendly, more professional... More
Answered By: Pengy - 1/2/2009
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