My Modern Resume 1/2
over 1 year ago
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Probably in next a shot !
sounds good :)
Looks good, but really don't see the value in quantifying your skills with arbitrary numbers. For example, if I wanted to hire you as a web designer, putting that you're only "85%" skilled is only going to beg the question "why are you applying if you're not 100% committed"? You cannot quantify someones skill in design anyway. You could say "I have read and practiced 85% of the HTML5 specification", I guess, but that's pretty irrelevant. Under assets, your motivation looks pretty low... what is that going to say to an employer? This is the resume equivalent of fluff - really pretty but useless.
I includes your remark. But I do not agree with all.
I think that today it is important to know the value of its skills and to know how to measure them. Nobody knows about 100 % a subject or a technology. It would be conceited.
The information of this Resume Modern show that the person knows how to be estimated and knows these runways of improvement.
I hope to be understandable
In every case, thank you for your comment.
Ps : sorry for my english, i'm french.
I think it's simply "honesty" that drives designers to quantify their knowledge. I would see it as "Okay, he knows Illustrator, but is more comfortable in Photoshop/bitmaps". It has nothing to do with devotion, it's just more fair than listing "Adobe Creative Suite" when I know I've had AfterEffects open just once.
But, sadly, employers seem to prefer just those "unicorns" who list as many SW/skills as possible.
9 months ago
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