I need some employeers or resume experts to look over my resume and tell me what you think?

name is just not showing but that is how it would be formatted name city, state email phone number Objective: I would like to obtain employment and work hard in order to finance my education Work Experience: Bio guard pest control temporary job knock on doors in the evening of potential clients to have their house sprayed for bugs fill out paper work follow up sprays May 2009- December 2009 Intel Marketing Solution Orem UT *Outbound Sales and Appointment Team* · Outbound cold calls. · Set appointments for licensed insurance professionals. · Met and exceeded Required SPH. October 2008-April 2009 Cornerstone Electric Henderson, NV *Electrical Apprentice* · Rigorous Work Schedule 60+ hour weeks. · Completed electrical construction of the Eye Masters location. · Completed over 100 hours of commercial and residential service calls. January 2008- October 2008 Qwest Idaho Falls, ID *Sales and Service Representative* · Answer inbound customer bill inquiries · Patiently explained bill summary and resolved customer’s problem. · Offer upgrades to customers existing phone and Internet packages. · Closed over 100 Direct TV accounts. May 2006-September 2006 Pinnacle Security Chicago, IL *Door to Door Sales Representative* · Chicago South Side (My Office) logged over 1000 hours per Rep. · Closed over 100 accounts, 80 with 600+ credit scores. · Valuable face to face sales training. Education · -2005-2006 Brigham Young University Idaho, Rexburg, ID · General Studies · 3.4 GPA Interests School, Music, Watching College and Professional Sports, Cooking!

Asked By: - 6/2/2011
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1. The heading "Bio guard pest control temporary job" is confusing, probably because you didn't capitalize the company name, and you didn't specify your job title. Also, I would suggest putting "temporary job" in brackets... More
Answered By: FernHill - 6/5/2011
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it's well done; polish your objective a little more, and once everything Is formatted correctly, it will be perfect :)
Answered By: oliv - 6/2/2011
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