Video:Quick Tip: How to Write a CV Qualifications Sectionwith Christopher Berrien
Having the right skills listed on your resume may be what gets you that new job. This video from About.com will show you how to list your qualifications on your resume.See Transcript
Transcript:Quick Tip: How to Write a CV Qualifications Section
Hi, this is Christopher Berrien for About.com, and today we're going to talk about how to write a CV qualifications section.
Why Include a Qualifications Section
CVs in the United States tend to be aimed at academic and other professional positions, and it is important that you be extensive and complete. Besides listing your thorough employment and educational history, you may wish to list your qualifications. The qualifications section matches up with a skills section on a resume, listing things that are useful to a particular position. It also supplements an employment history section, by listing things you may have learned outside of a formal work environment.
How to List Qualifications in a Resume
The qualifications section typically follows the education and employment history sections, and is optional to include. An example of a qualification section might look like this: SKILLS: Certified trainer in Adobe Photoshop CS6; Fluent in Spanish, Greek, and Japanese.
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