NEW YORK (MainStreet) — Job interviews usually close with the same five words: “Do you have any questions?” It may sound benign, but for a job applicant, it can feel like the moment of truth.
By this point, the employer has read your cover letter and resume, corresponded with you by e-mail ... Continue Reading
CV or resume is regarded as the ideal tool for making the first impact on the employer. The CV or resume offers the crystal clear image of your benefits and interpersonal skills. This makes employer aware of the your current as well as previous professional backgrounds along ... Continue Reading
The days of sending paper resumes may be waning, as submitting resumes via email is becoming the expected method of seeking employment. Job applications that require publications, portfolios or professional bodies of work are significantly aided by providing links.
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Upon seeing frequent rejection of their resume submissions, many job seekers immediately turn to an expensive career coach to immediately have their resume professionally done thinking someone else can make their employment woes vanish.
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If you are on the hunt for a new job thanks to a layoff you may be wondering how you should explain that layoff on your resume. While layoffs are never a good thing when they happen to individuals, in the turbulent world of business, they are ... Continue Reading
On many sales and marketing resumes, I almost always find a section where the applicant lists his or her skills (or perceived in most cases) in a separate, but bold expertise section usually placed near the top of the CV. Because many of these individuals have done enough research to ... Continue Reading
Free resume samples… the Internet is full of resume examples there for the taking. So, how about we copy and paste the content from these free resume samples directly onto your resume? Not so fast.
Free resume samples can be found at any number of websites on the Internet. Whether you’re ... Continue Reading
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Let’s imagine you are writing your resume and completing all of the typical sections of a resume without any complications. You then come to the dreaded “Job History” section of the document. You realize that your job history is one filled with gaping holes because of a variety of reasons. ... Continue Reading
Many people seek seasonal employment this time of year, either full-time or as supplementary income. A new survey from CareerBuilder suggests that these job-hunters should act fast.
The survey of 2,400 employers found that 45% of those planning to hire seasonal employees in the fourth quarter would not be accepting applications ... Continue Reading