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Communication Resume Tips
Communication is a filed that covers everything from public relations to broadcast journalism to technical writing. Students who have completed their education in communication field can have exciting and lucrative career opportunities in front of them. The page provides you information on how to write a communication resume so that you will get a job in the top most media and communication industry.
Your communication resume should include following fields:
Write here about the objective of related to your job post. The objective should be clear and easy tro read.
Job Accomplishments by Organization:
If there are other accompliushments made by you other than your job experience you can list them here.
If you have done any kind of certifications or have membership or licences of several communities then you can list them under this category.
Special Knowledge, Abilities, Skills
List here your special knowledge, other skills, computer releted skills, etc.
List here the name and description of professional organizations you had worked with.
You can write about awards and hourns you won in your school, college life or at your work places.
If possible give refernces under this section.