Resume Tips 2-17-20 SkillsConnection.org by Yeri De Luca
Students and humans in general undervalue their skill set when preparing a resume. Most of the time, people are overwhelmed by the experience requirement. Experience is a thing, but skills are equally important. Know your skills and leverage them on your resume and for your job search. My advice - inventory your skills, and:
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Scholarships are a smart way to help finance a dream career, but the task of searching and applying for scholarships may seem overwhelming. Here are 9 tips to make the scholarship application process easier and successful. Contact me if you need help with your scholarship essay or application.
Scholarship Tips - SkillsConnection.org by Yeri De Luca
Career Tips Template by Yeri De Luca
Student-Athletes often forget to leverage their athletic experience on a resume.
The time spent participating in sports is valuable time and should be included on a resume, including sport(s), years played, accomplishments, time devoted to training, etc.
Sport(s) participation is a great way to gain experience and skills - skills that transfer into college and the workforce.
The experience and skills gained can be listed under various sections on a resume, for example, a section titled:
SKILLS or RELEVANT EXPERIENCE
***A transferable skills in an ability or expertise which can be applied in a variety of roles or occupations.
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Career Outlook - $60 to $79K is the average salary for a Radiation Therapist and only two years of a college education!
The average salary for a radiation therapist is $60K to $79K and the entry-level education requirement is a two year program. This is one of many examples where a four-year degree is NOT the only path to a successful career. Some in-demand and well-paid careers require a shorter preparation time and allow skills to develop with time on-the-job.