Looking for a job is a job!
The world of work has changed and maximising your chances of success requires staying current with progressive strategies and tactics. The days of being defined by a single job title have nearly vanished. The future of business is project-based rather than role-based, and demands versatility, flexibility and "flexibility". To be successful in your choice of career, you must have multiple skills to set you apart. Spanish is no longer a prominent resume choice - top priorities yielding to Arabic, Chinese and Japanese instead for multilingual communicative competence.
A professional multiple skills functional resume highlights successful inter-personal and self-management challenges met with a positive energy can do, will do attitude. Your resume is the most financially important document you will ever own. When it works, you work. When it doesn't, you don't.
One resume doesn't fit all occasions. If you have multiple job capabilities, make a list of what you do best, prioritised according to the specific wants and needs of the job you are seeking. Make the strongest argument possible for the job you are best qualified to do in your online application and at the job interview.
A few tips: Always be honest and tell the truth and be pragmatically upbeat and well informed of the latest trends. Build on your outside-the-box strengths. Do your research of interesting companies on social media and use your intense laser focus and creative/abstract thinking and savvy problem-solving abilities to prove you are uniquely qualified for the position for which you are applying. As the Asean job market evolves, it'll be up to you, not good luck, to use whatever rigorous practical experience, strategies and tactics work best for you to achieve personal success!