What are some tips for writing an Esthetician resume?


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The most effective esthetician resumes are concise and no longer than two pages, with information presented in order of importance. The resume should contain a summary of qualifications including the years and range of experience, as well as any special skills such as microdermabrasion, vitamin C facials, chemical peels, aromatherapy, facial acupuncture, sinus relief, waxing services, anti-aging and acne facials.

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An esthetician's resume should also include product knowledge and customer service skills, plus computer and social network skills. Licenses and certifications are listed within or just following the summary of qualifications.

The professional experience section lists jobs held as an esthetician beginning with the most recent. Dates, company name, and city and state are essential information as well as the applicant’s position and an overview of duties and responsibilities. Emphasis is given to those duties that support the qualifications noted in the summary. Other work experience outside the field can be listed with less detail about duties. The education section lists schools and training, locations, and dates, as well as degrees or certifications earned. Some applicants list affiliations or memberships in organizations related to the esthetician’s field. The resume should also include the applicant’s contact information, including name, address, phone numbers and email address.

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