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The Complete Idiot's Guide® To The Perfect Resume by Susan Ireland

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What If?

Education comes in many forms (formal, independent, professional training, and experiential), and there are as many ways to measure its results (degrees, credentials, certifications, equivalencies, years of experience, lists of acquired skills).
 
You probably fall into one of the following categories:
◆ You have one or more college degrees.
◆ You are about to achieve your college degree.
◆ You have a college degree equivalent.
◆ You went to college but didn’t complete your degree program.
◆ You just graduated from high school.
◆ You graduated from high school some time ago and never went to college.
Let’s look at how to present each one of these situations and how real job seekers handled the Education sections on their resumes ...

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