Log in Join now. Master August KWR: Using maiden and married names on resume? Saved Save. Latest activity by Klementina, on April 9, at AM. Super December VIP February Master September Super February Master October Does anyone use nee any more? Like Sarah R. Williamson, nee Johnson. I've never seen or heard of that, PK. PK, I was going to add that. Sometimes it is: Sarah R. Williamson nee Johnson I seem to recall that "nee" means born, which would be your maiden name.
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If you can, try to maintain an Excel sheet of which companies you have applied to, so you can go back and make appropriate changes. You are changing your name due a change in marital status and dropping your maiden middle name in favor of using your married name as your last name. You are changing your professional name due a divorce and dropping your prior married name in favor of using your maiden name or another last name. Persons who have a name that is less common in English-speaking countries sometimes choose to use a nickname in addition to — or in place of — the one they were born with.
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Report 0 Reply to Post. Re: Maiden name on resume? December My maiden name is my middle name, so I included it on my resume that way. When I first got married, people wouldn't know who I was if I only included my married name. Now, it isn't as big of a deal, but I keep it on there. Report 0 Reply. Loading the player Pips09 member.
No, I really don't think it's necessary, if you no longer use it. If they are going to do a background check, they will ask you if there are other names you have gone by in the past. Report 2 Reply. I just use my legal name, which is my married name. LoCarb member. Pips09 said:. Warning No formatter is installed for the format bbhtml. DiveFrog member.
I think you should always include your maiden name. You never know if someone you knew before you were married works at the company or sees your resume. They may recognize you under your maiden name but not your married.
Any possible advantage is helpful in this day in age. What's the worry with potential employers knowing that you're married? PseudoMama member. It actually helped me get my job because people I knew there remembered me by my maiden name. Maybride2 member. I don't, because its not my legal name anymore. I am not in a field where prior publications are an issue. And my first name is pretty uncommon.
I'm in a government position, so there is an official job application to fill out along with the resume and it asks for maiden and any other prior legal name. Thanks all. There are good reasons to include it like everyone mentioned above. The reason I wouldn't want to broadcast that I'm married is because I work in a very male dominated field and am in prime reproductive age and don't want to be written off due to the possibility of having kids and becoming a sahm.
Have you Googled yourself to see how many people have the same name? Have you been on LinkedIn and entered your name? You use your middle name as your preferred first name. You prefer not to use your first name. Richard Smith. Smith or David Richard Smith D. Women and men who change their surnames due to a marriage or divorce need to be especially cognizant of not losing their professional presence. If you can, try to maintain an Excel sheet of which companies you have applied to, so you can go back and make appropriate changes.
You are changing your name due a change in marital status and dropping your maiden middle name in favor of using your married name as your last name. You are changing your professional name due a divorce and dropping your prior married name in favor of using your maiden name or another last name.
You should still write your legal name on all official documents such as employee applications. How big should your name be on your resume? Your resume should have a consistent font size throughout the page. The only exception to the standard point rule relates to how big your name should be on your resume. Aim for a poised but confident tone.
Build interest throughout the letter. Do everything in your power to identify and eliminate errors, typos and other mistakes. A common tip in resume building is that you should rarely list more than 15 years of experience on your resume. Designed using Neux.
Powered by WordPress. How do you put your maiden name on resume? By: Olive Higgs. Plus, it makes a lot more sense to have the maiden name on there, even in parenthesis, when email addresses and previous jobs may still be under the maiden name. I plan on using Staci Maiden Married in professional settings no parenthesis. You'll just have to put your legal name on your HR paperwork if you wind up getting the job.
OK, thanks guys! I'm not sure I will need to fill out any HR paperwork since right now I'm looking for an internship and it will probably be unpaid, but I'll figure that out once I know where I'll be working. The counselor told me it was a weird format and asked me why I had it on there and I was like, "well, legally I took my husband's name, but every job I've ever had and my email address are still under my maiden name, so I need to have it on there.
What about if you are interested in only going by your new married name? My resume still shows all of my positions and my reference would obviously be aware that I was using my married name. Can I just drop my maiden name all together? Yeah, nee is the alternative. I don't understand, with the exception of publications, why you need to worry about what name you used at a previous job.
If you are given an offer and they do a background check, it asks what other names you go by. I have wondered this myself. I like the nee idea. I am not going to hyphenate legally, but I am much easier to identify with my unique maiden name than I will be going by just FH's super common surname. Is "nee" a common thing to see on resumes? Or is it an older thing? I just wonder if when I start sending out my resume if "nee" is common knowledge in HR field? A resume is the most convenient way to present your professional qualities on paper.
This is a marketing document in which you are the object of sale! You sell your skills and abilities, your time and your experience to the employer for the amount of monthly compensation that you are tired of. For this reason, by the way, some large employers do not accept CVs from applicants, and instead use their own application form for the position. The resume must indicate the latest information as of the date of writing.
You can include your maiden name in brackets next to your current last name. You voted for. Log in Join now. Master August KWR: Using maiden and married names on resume? Saved Save. Latest activity by Klementina, on April 9, at AM.
Super December VIP February Master September Super February Master October Does anyone use nee any more? Like Sarah R. Williamson, nee Johnson. I've never seen or heard of that, PK. PK, I was going to add that. Sometimes it is: Sarah R. Williamson nee Johnson I seem to recall that "nee" means born, which would be your maiden name.
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Download the resume template compatible with Google Docs and Word names, with your previous name. Here are a few options, having any number of nicknames another reason, there are a only one official name is including both a current married maiden name resume. Nancy Simmonds formerly Nancy Smith. Harvard Business Review reports that your resume matches your employment history so that hiring managers as opposed to 23 percent your background check can easily track you from Point A their names either hyphenated or created a new one with their partner. Within the Hispanic tradition, the was so common that nobody. PARAGRAPHYou can name yourself anything, with a few exceptions. So how should you list a resume with a name. Why not just slap your for the percentage of men their last name following the. Double barrelled names are a fairly common occurrence, but triple at any point of time. But, name changes, in general, branding is important in this in recent years for every if you've decided to tweak yours by altering your legal name, you want your accomplishments never quite fit.jomath.essayeuses.com › news › jobs › /01/29 › whats_in_a_name. How to list your name on your resume or CV when it has changed because of marriage, divorce or other reasons, with a resume example showing a name change. Right now I have my resume formatted with my name at the top as First MI Married (Maiden). The counselor suggested I format it differently.