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Writing An Entry Level Customer Service
Resume
Entry Level Resume Services Scottsdale can look interesting and catch the attention of many
when you write them to fit the needs of the employer. The trump card of an entry level customer
service executive is the customer service resume objective.
When you launch your career, you need to be clear about your career objective. Visit the
company website and read the job requirements very carefully. The key to a ​Perfect Resume is
in the website and job specifications. Pick up cues from them and design the content of your
resume accordingly. Also, frame the career objective accordingly.
If you have recently graduated and feel that you may have no worthwhile experience to list in
your resume. Employers are often eager to see your career objective and the internships
experience. You must have volunteered in college activities and worked in your community on
help basis. All these experiences are worth a mention and prove that you have the necessary
experience and skills.
Internships:
This is the most prized gem of a fresher. If you have done a job as an intern in college, list your
experience at the top of your resume. If you have more relevant experience to mention, highlight
that first.
Experience of internship shows that you are exposed to professional environment and you are
actively looking for better career options. Most of the interns are involved in basic work and not
in challenging work, the key is to highlight the transferable skills by twisting the mundane tasks.
For example if you were handling telephonic calls, you might as well put it as below:
Assisted clients by responding to daily enquiries and directed calls. When you describe your
experience this way indicates your customer service, organization skills and communication
skills.
Volunteer Work:
When you work without a pay as a volunteer, do not hesitate to mention it in your resume. It is
legitimate to list unpaid volunteer work on the resume. Just mention the titles accurately.
Extracurricular Activities:
You must have taken various leadership positions in many activities. The activities might
highlight your ability to work in a team and project your self- management skills. Mention these

activities, as the employer is on the lookout for these qualities. In the age of emotional
intelligence only experience does not matter, factors like your ability to deal with people also
matters.
Courses and Academic Projects:
With your educational qualification mention the projects you have completed.
Format your resume:
Many fresher distinguish paid with unpaid jobs. You can mention all of it under one heading as
Work Experience. Do not make too many sections as it complicates the resume.
But, do not clog information in one section. Let the reader find it easy to glance through your
resume quickly.
Check some​ Resume Writers​ and also some​ Entry Level Resume​ here.


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