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Usually, a nickname is placed directly after the official first name, and is surrounded by quotation marks, to distinguish it from the components of the real name.
To show your nickname on your resume, all you need to do is list it instead of your given name. You can also add your nickname in quotation marks between your first and last names, like Joseph "Joe Rollins.
A resume is not a legal document, so it is acceptable to use your preferred name. Some individuals prefer to list their first initial followed by their preferred name (e.g., T. Michelle Richards) or identify their preferred name in quotes (e.g., Taylor Michelle Richards).
In short, you can use your chosen or preferred name throughout your job search, as long as you provide your legal name when it comes time for a background check. If you go by a nickname and don't mind sharing your legal name, you can put this on your resume like these: Xiu Ying Suzie Li or Robert Bobby Doe.
It is not necessary to write your full name on your resume but you do want to make it easy for the hiring manager to differentiate you and contact you. One name may be memorable unless it is really common. However, if you have strong and relevant qualifications they may give you a call without having your full name.
Yes, as long as the nickname is sufficient to identify you as party to the contract, but generally a full legal name is better able to do this.
While it's okay to display a nickname on your resume under normal circumstances, supplying a false name in order to hide your identity or pass yourself off as another person may be considered a criminal offense.
Yes. Usually a person can adopt any name desired for any reason. As of 2009, 46 states allow a person legally to change names by usage alone, with no paperwork, but a court order may be required for many institutions (such as banks or government institutions) to officially accept the change.
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