when I make a cv then I'm confused about what I write about Special Qualification. and Career Summary. please tell me details about it. and advise me which type I could write here.
- Anonymous User
- 21 Jul, 2020
Dear user, thanks for your question. Special qualification is a 3-5 concise sentence on a resume. It is a summary of your experiences & qualifications that is customized for the job you have applied for. To write a perfect special qualification you can thoroughly read the job descriptions & job responsibilities. For example: -Three years of experience in [industry name]
- Work well under pressure as part of team
- Talented in problem solving & office system design
On the other hand, career summary includes the key achievements, skills, relevant experience that you need for your expected job position.
For example, Human Resources Generalist with progressive experience managing employee benefits & compliance, employee hiring & onboarding, performance management processes, licensure tracking and HR records. Dependable and organized team player with the ability to communicate effectively and efficiently. Skilled at building relationships with employees across all levels of an organization. Proficient with HRIS, applicant tracking and benefits management.
Last of all, career summary & special qualification both are important for a CV. So, try to write it carefully while making a CV.