With today’s stiff job competition, your resume need to rock and not flop. Hiring managers typically look at a resume for 30 seconds before deciding whether or not to call you in for an interview. Simply put, a resume is valuable real estate, and you want it to rock.
For job hunters seeking their next place of employment, nothing is more important than the resume. The resume details the applicant’s skills and experience in an effort to make a case for why they will be the best fit for a particular position. A common mistake among those looking for employment, however, is the use the same tired resume they have had for years. Taking the time to improve the information before sending it out can help increase the odds of landing an interview and eventually, the job.
Spring is here, and thus is the inclination to clean everything around us. As you spruce up your wardrobe and wipe your house or apartment spotless, there’s something else that could use your eagle eye as well: your resume. Whether you have a job that you’re satisfied with or are still seeking employment, having an updated and active resume can only help. Continue reading »
Searching for a job has become a strategic effort where you have to demonstrate what you offer and why you would add value to an organization. With technology at the forefront of everything, making yourself marketable can put you at the top of the line. Continue reading »