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  4 Phrases That Scream “Under Qualified” You Should Avoid on Your Executive Resume
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Jun, 2011
At the executive level, you know a lot is expected of you on the job. But those high expectations actually begin at the application process. From the moment you submit your application and executive resume, employers are checking you out to make sure you’re suited for this level. So if you want to avoid instant rejection, it’s best to sidestep the following phrases that could make a resume look elementary: “Excellent Org...
 
  Key Resume Tips for the Health Professional
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Jun, 2011
Working as a health professional is an amazingly rewarding career. Not only do you get to help individuals physically and emotionally, but you have a chance to work in a stimulating environment. The great news is that health professionals are in high demand, which means there are a lot of jobs out there waiting for you. But this doesn’t mean you will automatically score any job you apply for. You still need to create a gr...
 
  7 Resume Mistakes to Avoid
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Jun, 2011
There’s plenty of great advice out there to help you create an amazing resume—plenty of “dos.” But it’s a good idea to keep in mind that there are some things that you should not do when writing your resume as well. So before you write another word, consider the following resume pitfalls. Say No To … 1. Writing dense paragraphs: For many hiring managers, resumes are boring, repetitive documents, so it’s your job to m...
 
  A Creative Way to Boost Your Executive Brand
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Jun, 2011
The online world has plenty to offer the executive job seeker. Unfortunately, many executives either aren’t yet on board or don’t completely understand the benefits of boosting their brand over the Internet. One great way to get started is by guest blogging with Web sites in your field. Haven’t considered this as an option yet? Here are some reasons to get started on this venture right away! You Can Widen Your Audienc...
 
  What LinkedIn’s “apply” button may mean for job seekers
by Miriam Salpeter - Jun, 2011
There’s been a lot of buzz in the past week or so about LinkedIn’s “apply” button. Mashable reported LinkedIn will launch a button to allow users to easily apply for jobs using their LinkedIn profiles as an effective “resume” later this month. Dan Schawbel called for this being one more nail in the resume’s coffin and asserted job boards are on their way out as a result. There’s lots of push back from the recruiting community...
 
  4 Simple Ways to Overcome the Age Factor in Your Resume
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Jun, 2011
Growing older is something that creeps into the mind of many professionals, especially if they have reached their 50s or 60s and are on the hunt for a new job. Some worry that they may not be considered viable candidates in the eyes of employers when compared to younger professionals. But as a wise, skilled, top-level candidate, there is no reason for you to feel any less qualified. In fact, you are likely more qualified...
 
  New Trends in Resumes
by Joan Runnheim Olson - Jun, 2011
New resumes look different, read different, and are different. Examples of the newer documents include white papers and press release resumes. White papers establish a job seekers expertise and credibility on a specific topic, product or technology. Press release resumes are written in a press releaase format. Resumes move to #2 position. Connections are being made online through various social media channels in tandem with...
 
  10 Resume Writing Tips to Get You Started
by Georgia Adamson - Jun, 2011
At some point, you may want or need the help of a professional resume writer, but if you haven't reached that point yet, here are some resume writing tips to begin the process for yourself: • Tip #1: Identify the employer's key needs and focus on how you can meet them! • Tip #2: Know what your career value is and emphasize the strongest points. • Tip #3: Never lie and don’t exaggerate. It will come back to haunt...
 
  Mistaken for a lower-level job hunter? Try these 3 executive resume writing tips
by Laura Smith-Proulx - Jun, 2011
Applying to jobs at your level – but being told that you don’t qualify, based on your resume? This is a common problem that I’ve seen among leaders at all rungs of the career ladder, with stories of IT Directors being mistaken for programmers, Sales Vice Presidents who appear to be individual reps, and so on. If you’ve experienced this issue in your job search, you’re not alone by a long shot. Many self-written leade...
 
  4 Ways to Develop Your Resume Like an Executive Resume Writer
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Jun, 2011
Writing an executive resume is challenging; tough decisions must be made along the way, including which career information should and should not be included. If you’re perplexed by how to push forward, you could always adopt the mentality of an executive resume writer. Here are some tips for taking this approach: Quantity Speaks Volumes An executive resume writer works diligently to position you and your resume in a wa...
 
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