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  Is your Resume an old Laundry List? Use KSA's to get noticed!
by Sharon Cohen - Sep, 2011
•Is your Resume Good? •Is it really good? •How do you know? •Worried that your resume is just a laundry list of skills? Writing an effective resume is both an art and a science. Many job seekers choose "random" or "free" resume templates as if this was a one size fits all proposition. To create an effective resume, first you must understand how resumes are read. Learn what employers aqnd recruiters are looking fo...
 
  Is Your Resume Template Holding You Back?
by Michelle Dumas - Sep, 2011
Is a resume template a practical method to quickly and simply develop a superb resume? Or, will the utilization of a resume template actually restrain and slow your search for a job? In an employment market that becomes more and more competitive every day, even if you are currently employed you have likely fretted about the security of your company and have at least thought about preparing your resume ‘just in case.’ If you ar...
 
  Utilizing Keywords to Strengthen Your Executive Resume
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Sep, 2011
The process of writing an executive resume can be extensive to say the least. There are many considerations you’ll want to keep in mind along the way in order to ensure you catch the attention of recruiters and hiring managers who read your document. One key component of strengthening your resume is incorporating the right keywords. There are some keywords that you could use to add great depth to your executive resume whi...
 
  Things to Do Before You Create a Resume
by Tory Johnson - Sep, 2011
Curiosity Counts As graduate degrees are becoming the new bachelor’s, there’s little doubt that the competition for positions is stiff. Anyone looking for work must step up her game in the job search. It’s no longer just who you know. Now, you must focus deliberately on who knows you. That means aggressively marketing yourself to hiring managers and the people who influence them. Start by doing an honest assessment of yo...
 
  They Will Look At Your Resume
by Diana Corso - Aug, 2011
Reason #1: You have given him/her what they want by reading the job description completely. Know why you are sending your resume to the recruiter/hiring manager? Do you have what it takes? Are you qualified? Reason #2: Your resume is clean and concise! No 2-toned colors! No Pictures! No frames around your text! Use the BOLD to highlight your old company's name, what industry they are in and what you did. No Rambling! Get to...
 
  How to assess and select the best professional resume writer for you
by Laura Smith-Proulx - Aug, 2011
If you’ve searched the Internet for a professional or executive resume writer lately, you’re bound to find endless choices. How do you decide who is the best writer for you? What criteria should you use in judging a writer’s abilities? And above all, who can you trust to get you into the job of your choice? To get the results you want (more interviews!) and maximize the ROI on your investment, look for a professional res...
 
  4 Big Reasons You Need a Résumé Overhaul
by Debra Wheatman - Aug, 2011
I recently completed a rush project for a client and I can tell you definitively that he regretted not having revamped his résumé sooner. My team worked a lot of overtime to create a stellar document. During the process, the client was nerve-racked; he was worried that we would run out of time for him to submit his résumé for a great opportunity. Had he updated his résumé sooner, he would have been able to appreciate the proc...
 
  6 errors you'll make when copying your friend's professional resume
by Laura Smith-Proulx - Aug, 2011
Professional resume writers often encounter this scenario: a new client asks for a resume rewrite, and upon looking over their original document, it becomes apparent that something looks familiar. Then, it suddenly becomes clear: the resume was written for someone else, and copied by a friend! If you've copied a compelling professional resume, you have a lot of company. But barring the obvious part about copyright infrin...
 
  Is It Time to Hire a Professional Resume Writer?
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Aug, 2011
Most job seekers looking for work make it a habit of writing their own resumes. This is actually a good thing because it allows you to be hands-on in how your professional message is being delivered. But there are times when a seeker may need additional help with the writing process and want the help of a professional resume writer. How do you know when you’re ready to hire a professional? When You Feel Your Ideas Are Li...
 
  When CVs Are Right for Health Care Jobs
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Aug, 2011
The health care profession is one of the only in the United States that, depending on the circumstance, requires either a standard resume or curriculum vitae (CV). If you are entering the field, under which circumstances should you prepare one or the other? What Is a Curriculum Vitae? First, let’s take a quick look at what a curriculum vitae is. Curriculum vitae (CV) means “the course in one’s life”. This document is...
 
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