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Can ChatGPT Write A Resume?

Franklin Buchanan |

I asked ChatGPT if it could write a resume. It provided me with the below response and template:

Yes, I can help you write a resume. Here is a basic template that you can follow:

[Full Name]

[Address]

[Phone Number]

[Email]

Objective:

[State your career objective or goal in one or two sentences.]

Education:

[Name of Institution], [Degree], [Field of Study], [Graduation Date]

[Name of Institution], [Degree], [Field of Study], [Graduation Date]

Skills:

[List your relevant skills, such as computer programs, languages, certifications, or other qualifications.]

Work Experience:

[Name of Company], [Position], [Employment Dates]

[Responsibility 1]

[Responsibility 2]

[Responsibility 3]

[Name of Company], [Position], [Employment Dates]

[Responsibility 1]

[Responsibility 2]

[Responsibility 3]

[Name of Company], [Position], [Employment Dates]

[Responsibility 1]

[Responsibility 2]

[Responsibility 3]

Volunteer Experience:

[Name of Organization], [Position], [Volunteer Dates]

[Responsibility 1]

[Responsibility 2]

[Responsibility 3]

References:

[Include at least two professional references with their contact information.]

Remember to tailor your resume to the specific job or industry you're applying for and keep it concise and easy to read. Best of luck!

----- End of ChatGPT

About the only thing with this resume template that I agree with is the tailoring of the resume to the specific job or industry you're applying for and to keep it concise and easy to read.

You don't need an Objective - replace that on your resume with a Brand Statement.

You don't need your full address - just your city and state is fine in your resume contact information.

You need your LinkedIn profile in the contact info portion on your resume.

Your education location depends on its relevance, but for most professionals it's typically at the bottom of the resume.

And you need more that just your responsibilities listed at each position. You need to quantify that with action and results!

AI is great and it's evolving daily. It will probably read this blog post and make adjustments. But be careful when using it and trusting your job search to it!

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