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  Should You Use a Resume Template?
by Louise Fletcher - Jun, 2015
Recently I got an email from someone asking if a Google Docs resume template is a good idea. At first glance, this article from Lifehacker may make a lot of sense. Like they say “why waste time…” And the Google template is attractive, so where’s the harm? The problem is that your resume is your only chance to make an amazing first impression. Using a one-size-fits-all resume template is a surefire way to send the clear mess...
 
  Resume Story – How to Emote Tenacity
by Jacqui Barrett-Poindexter - Jun, 2015
How to Write Who You Are Marjorie Liebert, a former dancer, said, “We dance who we are.” Similarly, when writing your career story, you must, “Write who you are.” While being authentic in expressing who you are is important, it is equally essential to be selective in what you parlay versus creating a tell-all story. As in any marketing communication, your story must be choreographed with relevant moves for yo...
 
  3 Reasons Why You Should Go Public With Your Job Search
by Jacqui Barrett-Poindexter - Jun, 2015
It almost goes without saying that job seekers should be more visible online than in the past. However, for many people that openness is at odds with their naturally private personality. While lighthearted personal use of social media such as occasional Facebook or Instagram updates may now feel the norm, some people feel a sudden shift in mood when asked about updating their LinkedIn profile. Whether you are struck by...
 
  5 Common Resume Mistakes Made by Health Care Executives
by Lisa Rangel - Jun, 2015
No matter what position you are looking for in the health care field, the industry can be very competitive. Hiring managers are actively searching for the best candidates that can fill the positions and add real value to their business. Unfortunately, many health care professionals make seemingly simple mistakes that can cost them the opportunity for a new position. Using a few of our resume tips and avoiding these common erro...
 
  Stop Being So Boring + 4 More Things to Quit Doing on Your Resume
by Jacqui Barrett-Poindexter - Jun, 2015
5 Things Not to Do on Your Resume 1. List every task you perform. If your role as an administrative assistant requires you handle everything from preparing coffee in the morning to collaborating with your boss on financial reports in the afternoon, then focus on the report creating and not the coffee making. Resumes are strategic marketing pieces aimed at selling your value, not a laundry list of duties. 2. Forget to C...
 
  Overcoming Writer’s Block for Your Resume
by Robin Schlinger - Jun, 2015
Okay, you have completed your research into companies in your industry, you know the jobs you want and are qualified for, you have listed your major accomplishments and skills—but how do you write the resume? Writer’s block can occur for many reasons, including second-guessing yourself about your choices, anxiety about “boasting,” low self-esteem because of a recent job loss or poor interview and a dislike for writing in gener...
 
  You WILL Get Googled…Are You Afraid?
by Joshua Waldman - Jun, 2015
I tell my clients that they will be Googled as surely as it will rain in Portland. The latest survey said that 81% of employers WILL Google candidates. Online reputation management is a critical piece of your online job search. There is just no getting around it. Quick story, when I Googled my name 1 year ago, I was a convicted felon and a prolific New York Gynecologist, neither profession was something I wanted to be c...
 
  Don’t forget these 5 important job search strategies!
by Louise Garver - Jun, 2015
You’ve been down this road before – looking for a new job. Whether it’s been years or fairly recent that you’ve looked for a job, you think you have it covered – updated resume, cover letter, and executive bio (check), refreshed online profiles (check), and reconnected with priority individuals in your network (check). But there’s that little uncertainty, almost panic in the back of your mind that you are missing something in...
 
  Graduation Inspiration: 5 Tips For Creating A New Job Outlook
by Caroline Dowd-Higgins - Jun, 2015
It’s graduation time again! A season of new beginnings – fresh starts and a time when two million Gen-Y’ers are crossing stages from coast to coast, diplomas in hand, contemplating what’s next with regard to their work. So I pose the question to you… “What’s next with regard to your work?” Even if it’s been many moons since you donned a mortarboard, I encourage you to capitalize on the fresh start energy of the graduation...
 
  What’s holding you back in your job search? 4 revealing strategies
by Louise Garver - Jun, 2015
Job search has changed over the years almost as much as technology. We’re no longer lugging around a cell phone the size of a large sub sandwich or using an electric typewriter. So why are executives relying on ancient techniques to conduct job search? 1.Social media. So many executives are reluctant to embrace social media, especially during job search. And yes, there is a real concern that a current boss or peers might c...
 
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