Attention to Detail in Cruise Ship Resumes

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It’s nothing new that employers want their employees to have an excellent attention to detail. Same holds true for the cruise industry. So, apart from listing it in your cruise ship resume, how do you show cruise line employers that you have this character trait?
At the very basic make sure your cruise job resume is typo-free. Proof read, proof read, proof read. Then have someone else proof read it, too. To take attention to detail on your resume to the next level, you need to use consistent punctuation and fonts.
Statements within your cruise ship resume can also show that you pay attention to the details. Phrases such as kept detailed records, balanced cash float daily, planned $10,000 party and stayed on budget, and organized activities within strict time constraints can all show attention to details for the job they are applying for. Just saying that you have an excellent attention to detail is not enough.
It’s the attention to details that may get you the interview, but it’s the lack of that attention that may hurt your chances as well.  You can check out the Getting Hired section of for more resume tips.

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