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Keep Them Real: For heaven's sake, do not include a hobby or interest that you do not actually have. There are quite a few chances that the employer is going to ask you to elaborate on the interests that you put down. For instance, if you don't read, don't put it down. The interviewer is very likely to ask you what you're currently reading the minute he sees the 'reading' in your hobbies section. You don't want to in that situation if you don't actually read!
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When preparing a resume for a security guard, there are many important things that you will definitely need to keep in mind. One very important thing is to ensure that you always highlight any experience or qualification that you have in the field of security. If you have held a previous job as a security personnel or worked in law enforcement, this can work in your favor. It may be a good idea to showcase your knowledge of electronic systems like closed circuit televisions as this could be something that you would be expected to use on a daily basis. If you have worked in personal security and property security, then inform the prospective employer of the experience that you bring to the job. It will only show you in better light and help you gain employment easily. Include information about any basic certification course that you have done and a list of the licenses that you have. It may also be a good idea to think about taking up course in legal areas that would create a foundation for you to grow further in your job.
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