>>1073698 Looks really good m8. I would consider changing a few things here and there but honestly they are so minimal that it's probably not worth the effort typing them out. What positions are you looking for?
>>1073750 what companies/divisions? I would suggest you avoid payables and receivables unless you really have no other option - someone with your level of relevant experience should be able to do better.
>>1073754 >uni careers think about who it is you're taking advice from. working as a career adviser at a university is a fucking dead-end job that requires zero training and gets paid jack shit. they regurgitate what their internal documents say. they may help idiots succeed, but for anyone above a certain level their advice is a definite hindrance. it's like asking a girl for dating advice. she'll tell you what she thinks is right, but it's not based on any worthwhile, real-world experience.
i graduated from an australian uni in 2013 and i got a shitload of interviews and offers based on a half-page resume. that half page was very good, so maybe you'll need a longer resume if your content isn't so strong (although it looks good to me, name recognition is important at this early stage though)
>limit it to 1 page? yes, which shouldn't be too hard - you have a lot of whitespace
>>1073762 The first admin job I did mostly archiving (scanning, filing, shredding etc.) and then mostly backup of files. There are around 3-4 days total of the 3 years I have worked there where the finance controller had me input data for his spreadsheet and file BAS
The second one is data entry for not-for-profit. Basically organising and making spreadsheets regarding their application status (i.e. if they had the two needed certifications, completed training modules, managers, etc.)
>>1074170 If you're applying for a job you want your qualification and education, then you want a relevant work history.
Depending in the job and industry this can be over one page.
Personally I have one page with education, technical, soft skills. Then work history for the past 3 years, since I'm a student this is a good format.
Say I was more experience in my industry, I can shorten education and remove soft skills altogether, and have a brief work history of relevant jobs.
It really depends on the job youre applying for and how much experience in that industry you have. I'm a cs and math major with no real world experience yet. So I can't rely on technical and work history I need to talk about education and soft skills.
>>1074170 It's not like biz is a single collective - we are all individuals with individual thoughts and opinions. We also all live in different countries and fields - here a 2-3 page resume is very common and I have never personally seen a 1 page resume before in real life. In other countries it would be very different though.
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