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Manufacturing Resumes

 

You’ve graduated engineering school and are now considering your employment options. Well, one of them can be in manufacturing. Yet, don’t think that because a manufacturing job may not be in a traditional office environment that you don’t need manufacturing resumes.


Manufacturing Resume

In fact, not only do you need manufacturing resumes to apply for a manufacturing job, you need for them to be good. A manufacturing resume that doesn’t impress your employer will be thrown in the trash, along with the possibility that you could’ve gotten the job. For this reason you need to make sure your manufacturing resume is well-written and contains the elements that your potential employer is looking for.

So, what exactly would an employer be looking for in a manufacturing resume? According to the Career Advice section of Monster.com, manufacturing companies are interested in employees who are able to enhance productivity. Therefore, any numbers or percentages listed in the manufacturing resume would instantly catch their attention. Of course, if you do not have previous manufacturing experience you may not be able to list such things on your manufacturing resume. If you are in this situation, consider taking some time off and joining a manufacturing internship or even volunteering for a manufacturing company. You will still need to send in a manufacturing resume, but the employer would be more lenient when it came to evaluating your work experience. Indeed, it may be annoying working for free, but consider it as a stepping stone. From the experience you get from an internship or volunteering, you’ll be able to get a real job paying high amounts of money.

Resumes for Manufacturing

The next thing employers are looking for in a manufacturing resume are buzzwords relating to their field. This is because if you are knowledgeable of the jargon used in the industry, more than likely you have a good sense of what manufacturing is about. However, keep in mind that the jargon varies according to what type of manufacturing job you are applying for. If you do not know what buzzwords to use, you will have to research them. To do this consider getting a book relating to the field of manufacturing you are applying for. Why should you get a book over just doing an Internet search? It’s because an Internet search may be too general. Get an overall view of the terms used in your field of manufacturing by reading a book about it, then if you still need to, look the terms up on the Internet.

Once you have thought about how you can numerically express your manufacturing-related achievements, (either through a previous manufacturing job, internship or volunteer work), and you have compiled your necessary buzzwords, you can create your manufacturing resume. The quickest way to do this is to use a resume template in Microsoft Word. You can even find manufacturing resume templates if you wish. When you get the resume template of your choice, download it and upload the document into Word. Replace the information listed in the template with your information and within just a little bit of time you will have your manufacturing resume.

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