Avoid over-use of industry jargon. Be factual, concise and state compelling results. Remember: the interview is the place to elaborate on your accomplishments and evaluate work-style cultural cues. Use bullets with short sentences to structure the body of your resume. The main selling points of your resume should be clear and quick to scan. Should you begin your resume with a resume objective statement.
Check out our example of a resume objective statement for more information.
Use action words like prepared, managed, developed, championed, monitored, and presented will cause your resume to stand out.
Avoid using the same verb over an over. If your resume is scanned electronically, the computer will pick up on the words. Some companies now scan in your resume and have computers pull those that meet certain criteria. Want to read more. Review our blog post on how to beat resume scanners. Dollar totals, numbers, and percentages stand out in the body of a resume.
Below are two examples of a job duty described with them (good) and without (bad). As you can see by the examples, being specific does not mean being lengthy.
In-coming resumes are typically reviewed in 10-30 seconds, so put forth the effort and determine which bullets most strongly support your job search objective. Put the strongest and most relevant points first where they are more apt to be read. This is your hook for the reader and the rest of your resume reels them in.
Each position will usually have a brief blurb about the company and the position available. Use the keywords listed in these ads, and match them to the bullet points in your resume.
Chances are that you have some of these as key points already, however if you have missed any, add them to your resume.With it, customers can now view and trace their parcels in no time - any time.
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Brushless would provide me longer run time without the need for larger batteries. Now onto another benefit for brushless tech for me is a more compact, shorter, and lighter tool.
Because of its size and weight the dcd985 is my least used cordless drill. Switching to some thing like the Milwaukee fuel hammer drill might not change that but it would help.
Im not trying to push others into switching to brushless or even switch brands. I am just stating reasons why it makes sense for me to switch.
I see cordless as the future in power tools. With improvements in battery tech and motor efficiency, one day the cord for many portable power tools will be obsolete. Chris saysAug 10, 2013 at 6:26 amThe 4. A cordless can do great things but if your doing regular work with these tools a Corded wins everything But if you need to switch go got it but the majority of the market is going to stick with what works for them Javier saysAug 10, 2013 at 4:01 pmThe 4.
Under heavy use I would still find myself waiting a bit for the batteries to completely charge. I get it loud and clear about the benefits of corded tools like power, unlimited run time, and cheaper.
But Im still going to get a brushless drill. It has pros and cons just like cordless has pros and cons.
Ill stick to what works for me. When I was talking about cordless tools making corded ones obsolete I was talking about portable power tools. One thing that I can say for sure is that brushless motors in those tools made a huge difference. Literally night and day. I also use a 20v max dewalt as my big drill. I picked up the DCD950 last fall for pretty cheap. The 20v max is no slouch but I could always use more power and runtime.
Such tools require little redesign and development, as they can be based off the same motors and gearing used in the new budget impact driver. The new rotary hammer has been confirmed as being listed as brushless in some Dewalt catalogs, but they have yet to comment on that matter.
Dewalt probably wants to keep the brushed motor compact drill kits at lower prices so that users with higher budgets and more demanding runtime needs look more towards the brushless kits with 2. The premium drills are now kitted with 4.
Chris saysAug 10, 2013 at 11:09 amWell all the big drill kits with the 3. Double the run time of non brushless. I will always pay the extra cash for the brushless vs non if given the choice. Bring on the brushless. Milwaukee and Makita (among other brands) have been using brushless technology for years. From what I can see physically, high torque brushless motors have bigger field and armature. I believe dewalt will come out with one eventually after it finds the best balance for brushless size motor and battery use.
One thing that I like about dewalt is that it likes to wait to learn from other technology errors to come out with theirsat least that is what I believe. Of course the heavy duty drill was shown to be more powerful than the compact model.
The company then used testimonials in their marketing. That brushless motor has permanent magnets and it looks to be like your typical canned motor.Now having that cut off may make a person think it might make more sense to sell my old kit and see what the other tool brands are offering. Your are right no other company did make an adapter either during their transition from stem packs either. We might not be having this conversation if Dewalt had done their conversion closer to when the other brands made the switch.
It would be easy to play it off as everyone is doing it. I guess its like the old saying you either rip the band aid of really quick or really slow. Especially in this economy, a lot of workers are not upgrading to the latest and greatest. But a lot of people are still buying new tools all the time. Older tools are wearing down, and battery packs are reaching the ends of their lives. Manufacturers are describing some of these new brushless cordless tools as being just as powerful as cordless tools.
This could also be why Dewalt is expanding their selection of specialty 12V and 12V-compatible tools. Rather than minor upgrades, they waited a little longer and pushed forward major upgrades. Chris saysAug 9, 2013 at 9:49 pmI know brushless has turned a lot of these tools into real good tools, but some of these premium cordless tools are expensive compared to the cheaper more powerful corded counterpartsAnd like you said in this economy, money is everything.
Kinda like the big three waiting on the prius to fail. Now they all get to play catch up with the technology. I dont think Dewalt is letting anyone test the market. They are just following their plan of riding on the contractors market that just flat out cant leave dewalt because they have put out cheap tools that lasted for allong time.
But if you have a 100 batteries and 25 chargers and 50 drills you just cant leave so you buy the crappy recip saw from dewalt. I know where I work the choice was made to only allow one product line. So they stock and continue to use gutless low run time 18v Nicad Dewalts. I know other contractors that have the same issue and try to align all their products. Though it may seem unnecessary for some to switch to brushless and to an even further extent switching brands, I am not alone.
You can argue that we can just use a corded tool if we need longer run times but I hate hunting down power outlets, I hate hauling around an extension and that includes wrapping it, storing it, unwrapping it at the job site, having the extension becoming a trip hazard for me, other workers, and clients, wrapping it up for transport in the vehicle and it being an extra tool taking up valuable space in my vehicle.
A let down to me is where the pack drains quicker than it can be charged. Those occasions in which you are sitting around waiting for the batteries to finish charging (2 battery packs one depleted and one charging). Now I could get a 4. Well not necessarily as with longer run time comes a longer charge time canceling out the benefit, I would still be in the same situation. Brushless would provide me longer run time without the need for larger batteries.
Now onto another benefit for brushless tech for me is a more compact, shorter, and lighter tool. Because of its size and weight the dcd985 is my least used cordless drill. Switching to some thing like the Milwaukee fuel hammer drill might not change that but it would help.
Im not trying to push others into switching to brushless or even switch brands.Talk to your children about why the school has decided to institute a waste-free lunch program. Provide them with age-appropriate information about the negative impact of a disposable lunch. Below is a list of suggestions that will help build communication and foster understanding.
Read this list with your children. Ask them to circle the foods they'd like to see in their lunchboxes. The above information was excerpted from The Laptop Lunch User's Guide: Fresh Ideas for Making Wholesome, Earth-friendly Lunches Your Children Will Love. Copyright 2002, Morning Run Press. Sign up for our free monthly e-newsletter.
Email: Tips for Parents It has been estimated that on average a school-age child using a disposable lunch generates 67 pounds of waste per school year.
Understanding the Problem The Typical Lunch: If you walk around at lunchtime and take a good look at the lunches our children bring to school, here's what the typical lunch will look like: sandwiches in disposable plastic bags fruits and vegetables in plastic bags prepackaged chips, cookies, fruit bars, granola bars, cheeses, and fruit leathers single-use yogurts, applesauces, and puddings crackers, pretzels, chips, and other snack foods sealed in plastic bags disposable juice boxes, juice pouches, juice cans, water bottles, and milk cartons plastic forks and spoons paper napkins reusable lunchboxes and disposable paper and plastic bags A Waste-free Lunch: sandwiches and other main dishes, fresh fruits and, fresh vegetables, and treats in a reusable lunch container or containers cloth napkins stainless-steel forks and spoons reusable drink containers reusable lunchboxes In this scenario very little trash is generated because foods are bought in bulk or in larger packages.
Educating Your Family Education is the first step in the transition to a waste-free lunch. Teach children about recycling at home. Encourage them to help separate the recyclables from the non-recyclables. When you choose not to buy an excessively packaged item, point it out to your children and ask if they can think of some earth-friendly packaging alternatives. If possible, take a trip to your local landfill or recycling facility.
Find books on waste reduction at your local library or bookstore. Read them together and discuss how these issues relate to your lives. Discuss where foods come from and how much processing occurs before they get to your table. Search your local, preferably used, bookstore for some good health-oriented cookbooks, including some with large color photographs that you can share with your children.
Read them together, look at the photographs, and ask your children to show you which recipes they find most appealing. Make a shopping list together, buy the necessary ingredients, and give the recipes a try. Pack the leftovers for lunch. When eating out, favor restaurants that use reusable plates, cups, and utensils. Talk with your children about why you're making that choice.
If you don't finish your restaurant meal, take it home in a reusable container that you've brought from home instead of using the disposable container that restaurants offer.
Quick-reference Lunch Foods Read this list with your children. Make your children responsible for adding the ice pack and placing their own lunchbox near the door or in the car. Teach your older children how to make nutritious, waste-free lunches and then let them make their own lunches. Older children can also be responsible for washing their reusable lunch containers or rinsing them and putting them in the dishwasher.
Children of all ages can take responsibility for putting recyclables in the recycle bin. Want to reduce food waste. Here are some things you can do. Cut up fruits and vegetables. Children often take 1 or 2 bites out of an uncut apple or banana and throw the rest away. To avoid this, pack cut-up fruits and vegetables in a reusable container. Your child can take a few bites and save the rest for later. Pack drinks in reusable containers.
Children cannot reseal juice boxes, cans, or pouches.Foul throw-ins do not count. In the event of an abandoned match then bets for that match will be void.
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