Posted on Oct 15, 2018

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Important Factors for Your Mining Resume | What the Recruiter Looks for in a Mining Resume Preparing a resume can be a daunting task. However, preparing a mining resume requires careful thought as to what information to put, what to leave and what to emphasise. Some mining clients who come to us are worried that their resume is too long. This is generally due to no fault of theirs but to the vagaries of the mining industry, with its short-term contracts, extended shut-down and so on. So, 12, six or even three-month contracts are not unusual and will make for a lengthy mining resume. This is fine. Also, a consistent and stable work history that demonstrates you are reliable, committed and will turn up every day is very important. If you have had time out of work, state this briefly in your career summary – stating that you took time out to travel is far more acceptable than saying nothing at all.