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I am interested in three different jobs. Each job requires a resume, would i have to make 3 different resumes?

3 jobs: secretary, food service worker, and the other is working with children. Each require a resume.. now, would i have to make three different resumes for each job? Or should i just change the objective? Thing is.. all of the applications and resumes submitted for these jobs are all reviewed by the same lady.

Asked By: MiSS NOVEMBER - 7/27/2009
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it is best to tailor each resume for the specific job... More
Answered By: Tiny Dan - 7/27/2009
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yes, the objective in each resume should be different. Try to match the needs of the employer with the information you provide. This requires different wording and a bit of insight into the requirements of each of the jobs. If you do not know what is required, find out.
Answered By: Playto - 7/27/2009
 
if they are all viewed by the same person,I would apply for all three jobs,but give her only ONE resume. If it was reviewed by 3 different people I would still give them each the same resume. I always put a general objective on mine,not specific.
Answered By: texasirishrose - 7/27/2009
 
The best thing to do might be to ask the lady what she prefers. If you use one resume for all three jobs, I would eliminate the objective altogether. Better to go without one than to include a meaningless, vague objective, I think.
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