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RESUMPTION. To reassume; to promise again; as, the resumption of payment of specie by the banks is general. It also signifies to take things back; as the government has resumed the possession of all the lands which have not been paid for according to the requisitions of the law, and the contract of the purchasers. Cow. Int. h.t.

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A resume is a brief summary of your skills and experience over one or two pages.
With all the changes in the job application process, the modern resume serves three main purposes, according to Utah career coaches.
An applicant may have all the qualifications and experiences for the job, but without a well crafted resume he or she may not get to be interviewed.
Then maybe it's your over stuffed resume responsible for your joblessness.
From my end, I have interviewed a programmer who indicated in his resume that he is also part of a band and plays every weekend at a bar in Quezon City.
* Profile Summary--Be sure to include a summary at the beginning of your resume that highlights your best attributes and skills which make you an ideal candidate for the position.
Check out the worst resume words and know why these shouldn't be in your resume.
* Don't include a series of references on your resume. If necessary, simply state "References Available Upon Request."
Use power words in your objective or purpose statement, qualification profile, achievements, education, and other areas that you might choose to include on your resume. The goal is to try to include a variety of action words that accurately depict what you have done and the experience you've had.
Through Resume VCards, the company aims to replace the bulky A4 sized resumes with small and equally effective Visiting Card sized resumes which can be carried in your pocket or wallet.
I said to him, 'We trust you.' I haven't heard anything from Human Resources that says [the second resume is false].
Rapid work was underway to resume citywide power supply, he explained, adding that electricity was back on in F.B.