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Should I include Microsoft Excel in the skills section of my resume? I feel like everyone lists Excel and as a result it has been discounted and looks generic. I used Excel a lot and know that it's an important program to be familiar with for business school, but I'm concerned about how it looks on my resume.
If you do include it, it's not a negative - it just takes up space. In a business/MBA context, saying that you know how to use Excel on a resume is akin to saying you know how to type. _________________
Re: Resume - Skills section [#permalink]
08 Dec 2011, 04:32
You can add it in your resume on the skills section.There are generally two types of skills which are primary and secondary.If the job description has contained excel as the main requirement then you can use it else keep it on your secondary skills.