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You often need to include your transferrable skills when applying for a position in a new field. How would you format that kind of information in a resume using Word?
Here are four ways to make transferable skills on a resume pop. 1. Create skill headings in your Summary section. Pick the two strongest skills that support your job objective. [ Use those skills as subheadings to introduce each of two short paragraphs in your Summary section near the top of your resume. For example, if you're going for a job as a technical writer, your 2. List transferable
skills on your resume in a special section Create a Skills section, in which you list skills and/or knowledge-sets that are relevant to your job objective. If you have more than ten transferable skills on your list within your Skills section, consider dividing them into either:3. Use the Combination Resume Format. The combination resume is a chronological format that uses skill subheading under each job title to organize accomplishment statements from that job. This format is widely appreciated by recruiters and employers. ]
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