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Electronics Technician

Facility Operations Manager

Director of Transportation

Firefighter

Groundskeeper
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Locksmith

Mason

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Switch Installer

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Landscaping Business Management

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Tips for Blue Collar Resumes

 

Keep the resume simple. Use an objective if you are just starting out. Use a profile if you are a supervisor. Indicate specifically what line of work you are in and what your required credentials are. Create categories for each such as Professional Experience, Special Projects, Education, Certifications, Technical Skills (or Expertise).  If you are in a civil service position, show recognition and awards. Show your involvement in the community. If you are in landscaping, put up a blog so you can include the blog address on your resume as your portfolio.

 

Tips for Blue Collar Cover Letters

 

There are many blue collar jobs on the market. Some job require a degree, but many require only a certificate in a specialized area such as HVAC or auto maintenance. With rapid, ever-changing technologies, the demand for talented engineers is always in high. It is often said that technical professionals are not creative. But, that is not true. Solving problems and creating technical solutions is creative in a different way.

 

In your cover letter, introduce yourself, let them know why you are interested in the position and what you have to offer their company by highlighting what they need to know about you the most. Then point them to your resume and ask for an interview.



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