During the hiring process, employers scour the Internet for more information on candidates. Here’s what they look for in a LinkedIn and resume comparison.
There’s some BAD advice out there – especially on resume writing. Don’t fall victim to this “advice.” Here’s the worst resume advice I’ve EVER heard…
The big job search question is always, “When is it appropriate to follow up with an employer on my resume submission and how do I do it?”
The language you use to highlight your accomplishments can make a huge difference. Here are some important resume writing rules you must follow…
Try these five alternatives to stand out as an interesting candidate and get an employer’s attention during a competitive job search.
So many common errors will immediately send your resume into the trash. Here’s how to make your resume pop, not flop.
You are struggling to understand what employers want your resume – What will make them take notice? What should stay and what should go? Find out.
Before you send your resume to every opening you find, you should ask yourself whether YOU would hire YOU if YOU were the hiring manager. Here’s why.
Here are some of the reasons why you need a resume at all times, whether you’re employed or not. It’s a great tool for marketing yourself…
Sometimes, your resume just isn’t enough to persuade employers to interview you. Here are five reasons you need more than a resume in your job search.