As a potential candidate seeking a new and exciting career opportunity, your first impression is extremely important. It is essential that you have a well written resume.

The objective of your resume should be to generate immediate and concise information that sparks interest. You should refrain from including lengthy personal information as well as listing jobs that are not relevant to your financial experience and/or your individual talents. At the same time, it is important to differentiate yourself from the competition - be strategic about the additional information included in your resume in order to give yourself this type of advantage. 
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Be informative but creative!
You want to impress your prospective employer by highlighting your individual talents. Other attributes to be emphasized are both your skills and the experience you can bring to the job. The more communicative your resume is and the stronger the portrayal of your abilities, the better opportunity to market yourself successfully.
For a quick reference on formats for resumes, when in Microsoft Word application click on File, click New and refer to "templates". 

"There is no future in any job 
The future lies in the man who holds the job."
- George Crane
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