IMHO The High school classes - Under Update > > your High School. Did you put the classes on your High School > Description.
Define each class.
Example from me:
Manufacturing Processes, 3 Qtr Hours, Fall 1986I would make sure you put that under your High School. Yes my resume is long also my experience is unique. I do a combination resume. The functional section - Ie my job is a working with hydraulics and electro mechanical. Heading Hydraulic Mechanic then define the job by short to the point sentences. Use their description and my background to sell myself. Then next section Electo Mechanical Technician. Then do the same thing. That is good you extract vs copying sections, that makes unique. Next section turns into a traditional work history resume. I list My Title I held, employer and dates I held the position.
List work experience to solidify my functional abilities against the competencies. I would put under your education section, highlights of your high school training. Breaks in work history or short employment sections are killers. I feel you need to establish stability at a job. If you are not working fill the gaps with volunteer work related to your job you seek. Or School or training. Keeps gaps minimal and easier to explain in an interview. Just my opinion. I wish you the best of luck. Be persistent. Just don't focus on this one job. Apply for every job you are qualified for. Have you looked into the jobs?
Next section turns into a traditional work history resume. I list My Title I held, employer and dates I held the position.
List work experience to solidify my functional abilities against the competencies.
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