Your resume is a key tool in your job search, and it’s important to stay on top of the resume trends. Here are the top resume trends for 2015.
Ready to move up in your company? Here are several tips to help you craft a resume that demonstrates you are ready for a higher level position.
How do business owners, recruiters, and HR executives find their best candidates? Here are five key steps employers take in evaluating a candidate.
A personal branding statement reflects your professional reputation. Here are three easy steps to creating an YOUR personal branding statement.
Most recruiters and HR professionals invest less than two minutes reviewing a candidate’s resume. Want to catch their attention? Follow these tips.
What does it take to write a strong, compelling resume that will catch their attention? Here are seven tips for winning over the hiring manager.
When a job title on your resume does not appropriately describe what you do, it can mean a lost opportunity. Here’s how to approach this resume dilemma.
You may be wondering whether temporary work should have a place on your resume. Of course it does! Here’s how to list your temp work on your resume.
Your resume is a marketing tool, and it does not always follow the traditional grammar rules. Here are some special grammar rules for resumes.
Boring resume? Here’s a checklist to help determine if you’ve said way too much on your resume, and if the HR lady is snoring on the other end.