Each Work Experience Better Positions You For Your Next Job

Add your temp work to your work experience on your resume.

* List the most important element first. For example, if temping at
a certain company will help you score your next position, list the
company name first, then the experience. If operating the latest equipment
is paramount, list the skill first. Either way, identify the work as
temporary employment.

* Update your “Skills” section and add keywords. Recruiters search
for resumes online using keywords. Include keywords in your resume so
potential employers can easily spot them.

* Consolidate your temp work. If you’re temping through many
agencies, organize the experiences together.

Expound on your temporary work experience and it will expand your
permanent work options.

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