Aug 22, 2018 - 06:31 AM
When it comes to skills, the key to making a strong career change resume is figuring out which skills are applicable for both fields. Your list of abilities is most convincing when rooted in work experiences. Saying that you have excellent communication skills, for example, because of years of working in the service industry inspires confidence in your abilities. Of course, not all of the skills from your old career transfer over. Create a list of your developed skills, and then figure out which of the skills on that list are also applicable for the new career.
Keep in mind that you can discover many of the careers employers look for on the job description. They often list them, making it easy to appeal to each unique employer specifically.