How should I describe my husband's education and experience with large steel e*******s and hard wood?
framing for commercial buildings. I'm helping him fine tune his resume and need to describe his education and experience with project management and estimating.
Asked By: moonstruck buys pineapples ★ - 3/17/2009
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imagine having to detail his jobs as a dinosaur remains excavator (b*ner... More
Answered By: Salacious Crumb - 3/17/2009
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Sounds like somebody likes hard wood and big steel.
Answered By: Polski - 3/17/2009
Answered By: Paulie Walnuts - 3/17/2009
ha ha ha. Just like that--it's very catchy! Guaranteed to be noticed, lol. In seriousness, although I'm not sure you are, post this in careers or search resume writing tips. There are plenty of good sites.
Answered By: Complicated - 3/17/2009
the steel e*******s just throws me off!!!
Answered By: "Silly Mom" - 3/17/2009
Just put down Project Management, Project cost estimation and scheduling. Time line managemnt, PERT-CPM etc.
Answered By: DILLON - 3/17/2009
I think only you are qualified to answer that.
Answered By: mebo - 3/17/2009
If I was interviewing him I would wonder about his girth.
Answered By: AKAO4D - 3/17/2009
I think maybe you should let him do it himself.
Answered By: bandaid_46 - 3/17/2009
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