Writing a Resume, been on current job for 20 years, how should I write the Resume?

I can not remeber my other jobs they were lil restuarant that are closed that i did when i was 18 im losng my job bcuz the place is closing i am looking for a job in he same field is this resume decent Objective: Obtain a position at well known warehouse company that utilizes my experience and skills for the development of company. Skills •Order processing •Data Entry •Knowledge of several inventory programs •Shipping and receiving operations •Operate tow motor and reach truck tow motor •Operate Turret truck •Effective communication and interpersonal skills •Proficient in warehouse operations •Excellent team player Experience 1989-1995, 1997-3/2010Flexalloy, IncStreetsboro, OH Operation Technician •Responsible for processing and shipping structural fasteners to customers •Putting away materials into proper location •Cycle counting inventory •Resolving common issues or discrepancies on daily basis. •Operated material handling equipment as necessary. 1995-1997Flexalloy, IncStreetsboro, OH QA Inspector •Check dimension of part with micrometer to insure part meets specification •Documentating of specification •Retrieving certification •Reading of prints References Available upon request remebr this will not loook the same

Asked By: Courtney L - 1/29/2010
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Answered By: Rick - 1/29/2010
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It's fine except for one thing. Any time you use bullets in a list, the items under the bullet should be stated using the same verb tense or whatever. It's easier to show by example. On your experience under QA inspector at the bottom, since it's a current job, you'd say "checking "dimension (not check) since that's... More
Answered By: Messykatt - 1/29/2010
It's critical to have a excellent resume, it is worth taking the time to create something that looks really awesome and does the job right. The site in the box below has plenty of data on resumes and assistance with alternative professions.
Answered By: Karl - 1/29/2010
Looks good, but you may want to simplify some of the details, such as "Operated material handling equipment as necessary." into Material handling equipment operation". Keep it simple and straight to the point.
Answered By: Janice - 1/29/2010
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