Top Resume Tips For 2015 Writing a resume can be overwhelming initially, considering the many little details and then the details about those details. Of course, then there is the adding, rephrasing, checking, double-checking, triple-checking… As we round out 2015, I have collected the best of the best resume writing tips to help […]
Resume Writing Guidelines For A CV That Gets Noticed By Employers Composing a resume is similar to writing a personal record for marketing purposes. The person in charge of the human resource is the buyer and the resume’s writer is the seller. Writing a resume is simple but it is not just about creating personal essay in thirty […]
Five Universal Ever Lasting Tips About Resume Writing I have most likely evaluated more than 180,000 resumes. I have also perused a career in HR, read countless articles and books on resume writing and identified with a majority of potential employers about what they search for in order to uncover candidates like […]
Resume Writing Guidelines That Lead To Job Offers Writing a great resume is never easy. Fortunately, there are some fundamental rules and guidelines that you can follow to create a winning resume. These standards and guidelines are explained below
Guide To Writing The Perfect Resume Summary Statements How much time will employers invest in your resume prior to figuring out to throw that in the trash?
Your Guide to a well structured Resume for Mid Level Employee Answer these two questions first What do you think makes a resume for mid level employee stand out? Is it vast experience only?
Best Skills to List on your Resume in 2015 Whether you have been in a well paying job for years or you are currently jobless and looking for one, it is obvious you have been paying very close attention to your resume. After all, apart from the qualification and level of experiences you […]
College Student Resume Writing Guidelines College Students who receive interviews constantly format their resume very well, and come across as professional and able candidates. They know that the average employer will take less than a minute to skim through your resume. You have all of 60 seconds to talk about yourself, so whatever […]
Tips for Writing Your Resume – How to Format your Resume’s Education Section The first step towards getting a job is to build an effective resume. A resume is a presentation of achievements and educational qualifications to meet the standards of a job. Listing your education in your resume is a pretty […]
The best fonts to use on a Resume and which fonts to avoid on a CV A resume is supposed to reflect your best self and should therefore always be prepared using the most appropriate font. Some types of fonts should never appear on a resume especially if it the resume is meant […]
Writing the resume reference page that gets you the job The purpose of a reference page is give contact of the people who can vouch for your skills, character, and abilities. Employers will see a list of people who can vouch for you as guarantors of the information that you have provided. You will need […]
How to write a resume if you have no work experience A study by CareerBuilder shows that only about 47% of people actually work in positions that are related to their degree. A scary statistic considering the time and money one puts into getting a degree. Let’s go over a few things we can do […]
Why a Cover Letter is So Important Job seekers often ask whether it is important to write a cover letter. Despite this, many of them will not approach the job of writing one very seriously, often treating it as little more than an afterthought. The resume is what consumes their thoughts, and they spend the […]
Inside the mind of a Headhunter Love them or hate them, at some point in your career it is very probable that you will need to use them. So instead of assuming how Headhunters operate, it might be wiser to really start understanding them.
Job Interview Tactics: Little known secret to getting job offers Today we are not going to talk about the common sense interview tactics. You don’t need me or some guru to tell you that you should research the company, dress nice, arrive early, bring a resume and thank everybody.