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  The 5 Most-Overlooked Components of a Powerful Executive Resume
by Laura Smith-Proulx - Aug, 2012
If you’ve reviewed executive resume samples lately, you might realize there’s something missing from your own document. Does your executive resume fail to convey your value clearly – and in a matter of seconds? If so, you’ll find that a few, straightforward changes can transform you from overlooked to sought-after. Increase your chances of being considered for the coveted corner office by reviewing this list of must-ha...
 
  Questions to Ask When Writing Your Resume
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Aug, 2012
Writing a resume can feel like one of the most challenging aspects of a job search. There’s no doubt that writing this document requires a lot of introspection. But oftentimes, the challenge comes with a lack of true insight into your own career. We spend a lot of time working on our jobs, but rarely give thought to the specific contributions we make to our employers in our roles. A good way to identify those contributions...
 
  20 Pieces of REAL Advice for College Freshmen
by Marcia Robinson - Aug, 2012
In a few weeks, summer will end and thousands of new college freshmen will file onto college campuses and populate college residence halls. Most college students will enter college with tons of advice from parents, teachers and college counselors. With all the advice out there, it is hard for college students to separate the advice that will lead to long term success. If you are a new college freshman or know one, let me shar...
 
  4 Simple Ways to Strengthen Your Resume
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Jul, 2012
Writing a strong resume is an important piece of the job-seeking puzzle. It’s difficult for hiring managers to take you seriously enough to call you in for an interview if they feel your resume doesn’t clearly communicate the message that you’re the right person for the job. The good news is it’s not difficult to write a resume that will make a lasting impression. By making a few adjustments, you’ll successfully turn a wea...
 
  5 Grammar Mistakes Your Resume Can’t Afford
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Jul, 2012
Anyone is entitled to a writing mistake, especially when creating something as challenging as a resume. There are so many components to consider while writing that it can be difficult to account for small errors. For the most part, a hiring manager reading a resume can forgive a couple of typos that anyone could fail to see. But there are some grammar mistakes that are simply deemed unforgivable. Here are five your resume simp...
 
  It’s Time to Write a Fresh Executive Branding Statement
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Jul, 2012
Writing your own executive resume can feel extremely intimidating if you’ve grown accustomed to having a professional do the work for you. But there’s something to be said about taking a look at yourself and finding the words to describe who you are and what you’ve accomplished. One piece of your resume that does an amazing job of describing your accomplishments and potential value to a company is your branding statement....
 
  What You Shouldn’t Add to Your Executive Resume
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Jul, 2012
In your attempt to create the perfect executive resume, you’ve probably run into a lot of information regarding what should be included, but oftentimes, what shouldn’t be included is just as critical. The last thing you want is for a key decision maker to think: “I would have called this candidate for an interview if only her resume weren’t so …” To prevent this statement from being made about your resume, it’s good to avoid a...
 
  Why Your Resume Is Just So-So and What to Do About It
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Jul, 2012
Conducting a job search can sometimes feel like a guessing game. You don’t know why you haven’t received the interview callbacks you want, or why you’re receiving denial letters before it seems an employer has even had time to review your resume. In most cases, if you’re not getting called for an interview or you are receiving quick rejections, the issue is that your resume isn’t at the level it should be. So before sendin...
 
  Should you include volunteer work on your resume?
by Miriam Salpeter - Jul, 2012
Looking for a job? There’s no question volunteering helps you expand your network, and networking is always key for job seekers. Volunteering may help you get a job, but the question of whether or not to include volunteer work on your resume is a common one, especially for people whose best and most relevant experience for the job is unpaid work. In the February, 2012 issue of Real Simple magazine (page 100), Laura Van...
 
  Long Ago in a Far Away Place
by Debra Wheatman - Jul, 2012
Many stories begin with the trope, “long ago in a far away land.” We expect to be transported to an unfamiliar place and time. Unfortunately, some careerists use this technique when writing a résumé. We feel as though we are climbing on grandfather’s knee to hear the tale of a time when 3.5 inch floppy disk was king and everyone was blown away by DOS. We see skills such as Fortran and dBase. On the contact line, we see a f...
 
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