Pocket Resume Template - South Dakota

This "Pocket Resume Template" is a part of the paperwork released by the South Dakota Department of Labor & Regulation specifically for South Dakota residents.

The latest fillable version of the document was released on September 1, 2016 and can be downloaded through the link below or found through the department's forms library.

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Skills and Abilities
Questions to expect:
1. Tell me about yourself.
____________________________________
____________________________________
2. Why should I hire you?
____________________________________
3. Why are you interested in this job?
Pocket Résumé
____________________________________
4. What are your greatest strengths?
The pocket survival tool for job
____________________________________
Weaknesses?
applications and interviews.
____________________________________
5. How has your training/education prepared
Preparing for the job interview
you for this job?
• Fill in this pocket résumé!
Honors and Awards
6. What would your teachers, former
• Learn something about the
employers or references say is your
____________________________________
company.
strongest point?
• Have a specific job in mind.
____________________________________
7. Do you understand that you may be
• Review your qualifications for
____________________________________
the job.
subject to a drug test and background
____________________________________
• Be prepared to answer broad
check if you are hired?
____________________________________
questions about yourself.
8. When are you available to work?
Leadership Activities
Questions you could ask:
____________________________________
1. Would you describe a typical work day?
____________________________________
2. Can this job lead to other positions with
Appearance
____________________________________
the company?
• Neat and clean grooming.
____________________________________
3. What skills are most important for this
• Appropriate clothing.
____________________________________
position?
• Make-up in good taste.
4. If hired, would I report directly to you, or to
What to take with you
The actual interview:
someone else?
• This pocket résumé!
• Be prompt.
5. How is this job important to the company
• Small pad or notebook and a
• Unless the interviewer uses your name,
or agency?
pen or pencil.
introduce yourself politely.
6. How would I be trained or introduced to
• Samples of your work.
• Shake hands firmly, but briefly.
this job?
• Answer questions directly and truthfully.
7. When can I expect to hear from you?
• Be courteous, professional and cooperative.
8. May I contact you by phone or e-mail?
• Ask questions, and show enthusiasm.
Follow-up:
Labor Market Information Center
• Thank the person for his/her time.
Phone: 605.626.2314
• Write a thank you letter within 24 hours of
www.sdjobs.org/lmic
Rev. 09/16
the interview.
Skills and Abilities
Questions to expect:
____________________________________
1. Tell me about yourself.
____________________________________
2. Why should I hire you?
____________________________________
3. Why are you interested in this job?
Pocket Résumé
____________________________________
4. What are your greatest strengths?
The pocket survival tool for job
____________________________________
Weaknesses?
applications and interviews.
____________________________________
5. How has your training/education prepared
Preparing for the job interview
you for this job?
• Fill in this pocket résumé!
Honors and Awards
6. What would your teachers, former
• Learn something about the
employers or references say is your
____________________________________
company.
strongest point?
____________________________________
• Have a specific job in mind.
7. Do you understand that you may be
• Review your qualifications for
____________________________________
the job.
subject to a drug test and background
____________________________________
• Be prepared to answer broad
check if you are hired?
____________________________________
questions about yourself.
8. When are you available to work?
Leadership Activities
Questions you could ask:
____________________________________
1. Would you describe a typical work day?
____________________________________
2. Can this job lead to other positions with
Appearance
____________________________________
the company?
• Neat and clean grooming.
____________________________________
3. What skills are most important for this
• Appropriate clothing.
____________________________________
position?
• Make-up in good taste.
4. If hired, would I report directly to you, or to
What to take with you
The actual interview:
someone else?
• This pocket résumé!
• Be prompt.
5. How is this job important to the company
• Small pad or notebook and a
• Unless the interviewer uses your name,
or agency?
pen or pencil.
introduce yourself politely.
6. How would I be trained or introduced to
• Samples of your work.
• Shake hands firmly, but briefly.
this job?
• Answer questions directly and truthfully.
7. When can I expect to hear from you?
• Be courteous, professional and cooperative.
8. May I contact you by phone or e-mail?
• Ask questions, and show enthusiasm.
Follow-up:
Labor Market Information Center
• Thank the person for his/her time.
Phone: 605.626.2314
• Write a thank you letter within 24 hours of
Rev. 09/16
www.sdjobs.org/lmic
the interview.
Skills and Abilities
Questions to expect:
1. Tell me about yourself.
____________________________________
____________________________________
2. Why should I hire you?
____________________________________
3. Why are you interested in this job?
Pocket Résumé
____________________________________
4. What are your greatest strengths?
The pocket survival tool for job
____________________________________
Weaknesses?
applications and interviews.
____________________________________
5. How has your training/education prepared
Preparing for the job interview
you for this job?
• Fill in this pocket résumé!
Honors and Awards
6. What would your teachers, former
• Learn something about the
employers or references say is your
____________________________________
company.
strongest point?
• Have a specific job in mind.
____________________________________
7. Do you understand that you may be
• Review your qualifications for
____________________________________
the job.
subject to a drug test and background
____________________________________
• Be prepared to answer broad
check if you are hired?
____________________________________
questions about yourself.
8. When are you available to work?
Leadership Activities
Questions you could ask:
____________________________________
1. Would you describe a typical work day?
____________________________________
2. Can this job lead to other positions with
Appearance
____________________________________
the company?
• Neat and clean grooming.
____________________________________
3. What skills are most important for this
• Appropriate clothing.
____________________________________
position?
• Make-up in good taste.
4. If hired, would I report directly to you, or to
What to take with you
The actual interview:
someone else?
• This pocket résumé!
• Be prompt.
5. How is this job important to the company
• Small pad or notebook and a
• Unless the interviewer uses your name,
or agency?
pen or pencil.
introduce yourself politely.
6. How would I be trained or introduced to
• Samples of your work.
• Shake hands firmly, but briefly.
this job?
• Answer questions directly and truthfully.
7. When can I expect to hear from you?
• Be courteous, professional and cooperative.
8. May I contact you by phone or e-mail?
• Ask questions, and show enthusiasm.
Follow-up:
Labor Market Information Center
• Thank the person for his/her time.
Phone: 605.626.2314
• Write a thank you letter within 24 hours of
www.sdjobs.org/lmic
Rev. 09/16
the interview.
Skills and Abilities
Questions to expect:
____________________________________
1. Tell me about yourself.
____________________________________
2. Why should I hire you?
____________________________________
3. Why are you interested in this job?
Pocket Résumé
____________________________________
4. What are your greatest strengths?
The pocket survival tool for job
____________________________________
Weaknesses?
applications and interviews.
____________________________________
5. How has your training/education prepared
Preparing for the job interview
you for this job?
• Fill in this pocket résumé!
Honors and Awards
6. What would your teachers, former
• Learn something about the
employers or references say is your
____________________________________
company.
strongest point?
____________________________________
• Have a specific job in mind.
7. Do you understand that you may be
• Review your qualifications for
____________________________________
the job.
subject to a drug test and background
____________________________________
• Be prepared to answer broad
check if you are hired?
____________________________________
questions about yourself.
8. When are you available to work?
Leadership Activities
Questions you could ask:
____________________________________
1. Would you describe a typical work day?
____________________________________
2. Can this job lead to other positions with
Appearance
____________________________________
the company?
• Neat and clean grooming.
____________________________________
3. What skills are most important for this
• Appropriate clothing.
____________________________________
position?
• Make-up in good taste.
4. If hired, would I report directly to you, or to
What to take with you
The actual interview:
someone else?
• This pocket résumé!
• Be prompt.
5. How is this job important to the company
• Small pad or notebook and a
• Unless the interviewer uses your name,
or agency?
pen or pencil.
introduce yourself politely.
6. How would I be trained or introduced to
• Samples of your work.
• Shake hands firmly, but briefly.
this job?
• Answer questions directly and truthfully.
7. When can I expect to hear from you?
• Be courteous, professional and cooperative.
8. May I contact you by phone or e-mail?
• Ask questions, and show enthusiasm.
Follow-up:
Labor Market Information Center
• Thank the person for his/her time.
Phone: 605.626.2314
• Write a thank you letter within 24 hours of
Rev. 09/16
www.sdjobs.org/lmic
the interview.
Name:__________________________________________________________ Driver’s License No.:______________________________ Social Security No.:__________________________
Last
First
MI
Note: Personal information, especially your
Address:___________________________________________________________________________ Telephone:_____________________
driver’s license and Social Security number,
Street
City
State
Zip
Area Code
should be kept secure for protection from
_____________________________________________________________________________________
Emergency Contact:
identify theft. You may not want to record this
Name
Address
City
State
Zip
Telephone
information on your Pocket Résumé. If you do
choose to record it, please make sure you keep
EDUCATION:
your Pocket Résumé secure at all times.
Subjects Studied/Degree or Certification Earned
Level of Education
Name & Location of School
From: Mo./Yr.
To: Mo./Yr.
Year Grad.
High School
College
Trade, Business or
Correspondence School
Other Training Opportunities
EXPERIENCE:
(paid work experience, volunteer, related school experience, etc.)
Dates: Mo./Yr.
Name & Address of Employer
Supervisor
Phone Number
Salary
Position
Reason for Leaving
REFERENCES:
(not related to you)
Name
Relationship to You
Address
Day Phone Number
Printed on recycled paper
Date I last updated my pocket résumé:________________
Name:__________________________________________________________ Driver’s License No.:______________________________ Social Security No.:__________________________
Last
First
MI
Note: Personal information, especially your
Address:___________________________________________________________________________ Telephone:_____________________
driver’s license and Social Security number,
Street
City
State
Zip
Area Code
should be kept secure for protection from
_____________________________________________________________________________________
Emergency Contact:
identify theft. You may not want to record this
Name
Address
City
State
Zip
Telephone
information on your Pocket Résumé. If you do
choose to record it, please make sure you keep
EDUCATION:
your Pocket Résumé secure at all times.
Subjects Studied/Degree or Certification Earned
Level of Education
Name & Location of School
From: Mo./Yr.
To: Mo./Yr.
Year Grad.
High School
College
Trade, Business or
Correspondence School
Other Training Opportunities
EXPERIENCE:
(paid work experience, volunteer, related school experience, etc.)
Dates: Mo./Yr.
Name & Address of Employer
Supervisor
Phone Number
Salary
Position
Reason for Leaving
REFERENCES:
(not related to you)
Name
Relationship to You
Address
Day Phone Number
Printed on recycled paper
Date I last updated my pocket résumé:________________

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