How to Write an Interview Winning Resume
by Patricia Erickson - Feb, 2014
Since I get the same question from many of my clients about using one resume for multiple job targets, I thought it would be a great topic to cover. When writing your resume, it’s a good idea to remember the purpose of the document. The fact is an employer is looking for an individual to fill an open position, and they’re looking for someone with the right skill set, education, and professional background. With that in...
A Resume for Moms Returning to Work: Reentering Workforce After Kids
by Paul Freiberger - Feb, 2014
There is one career transition that has remained common through generations. It is the change for parents returning to work, going from full-time parent to employee. How do parenting skills help your career? What is an example of a good resume for a mom returning to the workforce like? There are many issues to address in the transition from full-time mom to employee, and from full-time dad to job seeker. There comes a time...
7 Things You Should Never Include on Your Resume
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Feb, 2014
Let’s get right to the list so you can fix that resume and start getting interviews! Dates of employment more than 15 years ago Including more than 10-15 years of work experience is unnecessary. Most recruiters and employers consider only the past 10 years of experience the most relevant when evaluating your candidacy. An objective statement In its traditional format an objective is extremely vague and tells t...
Why a LinkedIn Profile Does Not Replace the Resume
by Linda Dobogai - Feb, 2014
A few career management experts have predicted the demise of the resume in today’s world of fast-paced social media connections. This is based on an assumption that the LinkedIn profile will act as the replacement. However, there are several reasons why this assumption is incorrect. A LinkedIn profile provides background information. A resume also provides background information. Where they differ is in perspective and the a...
Should You Use Your Resume or Profile When Applying to Jobs on LinkedIn?
by Laura Smith-Proulx - Feb, 2014
Using LinkedIn’s Jobs feature as a job board for your search? A handy tool for job seekers, LinkedIn Jobs offers a “Apply with your Profile” option—allowing you to show your interest with just one click. You may have noticed, though, that a resume and cover letter can also be uploaded for your job application. So what should you do – include both items in your application? Is it really necessary to provide a resume when...
9 Ways to Improve Your Resume & LinkedIn Profile For the New Year
by Lisa Rangel - Jan, 2014
The New Year is here! It is a pivotal time of year to get your resume and LinkedIn profile updated, in sync and given to the right contacts to land your next job faster for the New Year. Whether you are simply updating your achievements, landing a new job, or switching careers, it is key to capitalize on this time of year to position yourself to thrive in 2014. Here are 9 resume and LinkedIn profile tips that you can do rig...
6 Commonly Misused Words on Your Resume
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Jan, 2014
How many times have you not received that interview call because you used a nonexistent word in your cover letter or resume? Or because you used the entirely wrong word in your LinkedIn profile? Or an incorrect word form in the Thank-You letter? You’ll never know. Your writing skills are your all-important introduction to a hiring manager. And like it or not, that person is going to evaluate you—either consciously, with a...
How to Write a Graduate School Resume
by Paul Freiberger - Jan, 2014
Prepare your graduate school resume (some call it a graduate school CV) once you've decided to expand your knowledge and skills by earning a Master's Degree or PhD. This is a key part of the grad school application process; it is not the same type of resume used for job applications. The school will want to make sure that you can handle the advanced lessons and courses. Your graduate school resume, or CV, helps make your c...
Making Your Resume Case for a Perfect Career
by Paul Freiberger - Jan, 2014
What does a lawyer’s resume look like? In most respects, an attorney's resume is no different from an executive resume or any other six-figure resume of any other professional. It should clearly outline your accomplishments, experience, education and skills. It should look crisp and contemporary. It should be quickly digestible, so that the reader can appraise the basics of your qualifications in a few seconds. It should be gu...
You Should Customize Your Resumé
by Bob Roth - Jan, 2014
Employment candidates who do not take the time to learn something about the employer must rely on a generic resumé. However, we all know that one size does not fit all. Therefore, if you want to make the best possible impression, a customized resumé is a valuable tool. To increase the number of invitations you receive for interviews, customize your resumé for each employer. Just like you, employers appreciate people wh...
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