LinkedIn is a powerful job search tool. If you’re wondering if your LinkedIn profile can take the place of the traditional resume, the answer is…
Many of the people hit by long-term unemployment in the U.S. are over 50 years old. Is there a resume format older job applicants should follow?
A frequently discussed resume question is the influence of Applicant Tracking Systems (“ATS”) on the appropriate length of a resume. Does it matter?
If you have had a series of jobs lasting one to two years, then you may look like a job hopper and these are big red flags on your resume.
Every time buzzwords take over from substantial fact, your resume becomes weaker, until it could apply to any job applicant anywhere.
Changing careers can be daunting. Here are some need-to-know tips for tailoring your resume during a career transition… plus other helpful tips!
Customizing your resume for each position you apply to can be critical in today’s job search. Here are five areas to focus on when branding your resume.
The truth is that a boring, traditional, resume simply doesn’t make a great first impression. Here are some resume tweaks that will get you the job.
Will your resume make it past the Applicant Tracking System (ATS)? If you don’t want your resume to go unread, follow these resume formatting rules.
You know keywords are important in resumes because of the ATS. But don’t over do it. Here’s why you shouldn’t write a “one-size-fits-all” resume.