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I do not have a lot of work experience especially lately since I've spent pretty much the last 7 years being a SAHM, i do have a resume that consists entirely of costumer service experience but i want to get into the medical field i am not sure how to incorporate my medical schooling into my current resume, i want it to look impressive but sadly i know that with my prior work history impressive is going to be hard to do, there is a job i want to apply for asap so any help anyone can give would be great!!!! This is my current resume: Summary of Qualifications * Experienced professional with over 8 years experience in the Supervisory/Customer Service fields. * Excellent communication, organizational and interpersonal skills. * Valuable problem solving/data entry skills with extensive experience in Humble Excel, Word and Outlook. Professional Experience Torrellis Pizza 10/06-03/07 Food Preparation * Responsible for timely/accurate food preparation * Maintained cleanliness of the store. * Proved out cash draw at the end of the day. * Took customer orders on the floor. * Responsible for customer satisfaction. * Resolved customer complaints Winn Dixie 10/04-1/05 Cashier * Responsible for returns and exchanges * In charge of verifying the age of customers purchasing alcohol or tobacco. * Proved out cash draw at the end of the day. * Receive payment by cash, check, credit cards, vouchers, or automatic debit cards. * Established or identified prices of goods, services or admission, and tabulate bills using calculators, cash registers, or optical price scanners. * Resolved customer complaints * Answered customers' questions, and provided information on procedures or policies. * Cash checks for customers. Nationwide Industries Incorporated 07/00-09/01 Customer Service Representative/Telemarketer * Responsible for meeting lead calling quota. * Received inbound calls from clients. * Took payments from clients. * Sold company products. * Resolved customer complaints * Answered customers' questions, and provided information on procedures or policies. * Maintained customer satisfaction. Burger King 09/01-01/05 Lead Manager · Responsible for crew member supervision. · Maintained financial performance of store. · Scheduled proper shift coverage. · Maintained cleanliness of the store. · Proved out shifts cash draws and safe. · Resolved customer complaints. · Responsible for customer satisfaction. (I left out cities and state for safety) What i want to add is my phlebotomy schooling which was in late 2008, in which i took phlebotomy, medical terminology and work ethics- it was a certificate program in which i achieved with very high marks.. If anyone could help i would greatly appreciate it!! Thanks
Hey, don't worry about the number of experiences you have had. What you have is fine as long as it is relevant in someway to the job you want. They will ask you in the interview what you have learned from this experiences that will help you in this new position. Always keep that in mind. Just, when you think about the best way to organize it, the following guide might be of some use: How To Write The Perfect Resume - Also the Job Interview is the next important step, and you can learn how to have the perfect job interview here - I hope this has been helpful for you!