When we are talking about a job application, the first things that often comes into our minds is the resume. Although most applicants regard resume as an integral document needed in the job application process, it does not necessarily mean that it is the most important and that you pour all our efforts on crafting a perfect one. Surely, your resume contains essential information, such as your work experience history and academic background, it is not enough to secure an interview and convince the hiring party that you are the perfect candidate to fill in the position offered in their company. You probably have to fight not literally, of course with other applicants who are also looking to secure the same position that you are applying for. Well, if you are someone who has a solid professional employment history and has a high-level of confidence of securing the position, then good for you! But what if you have just graduated from college with little or no working experience at all?
The Workplace Stack Exchange is a question and answer site for members of the workforce navigating the professional setting. It only takes a minute to sign up. Connect and share knowledge within a single location that is structured and easy to search. With an expected graduation from a master's program in 7 months, I recently started the process of applying for jobs and submitting my resume to companies for full-time and hopefully long-term employment.
Actually, i ordered the essay as a draft to write my own paper about ancient greek poetry, but it was so detailed and well-organized that I simply didnt have anything to add! It seems that ill use it to train to write my own essays next time: this one is perfect.