Undeniably one of the most important job search documents, resumes pay a huge contribution to the likelihood of getting hired. An ordinary resume won’t get much attention, a good resume can get you a job interview, but a GREAT resume […]
How do you write a resume that impresses potential employers in 6 seconds or less?
6 seconds is all the time it takes for employers and recruiters to look over a resume and determine if they should push through with this […]
Your resume is something like a business’ flyer or brochure. For instance, when you hand flyers out, there are typically around three possible instances that can happen.
They to go trash bins.
People take a short glance and then stuff […]
Your resume is one of the most important documents you’ll ever write. Your career depends on it. But, how can you make it stand out?
My top tip is to think of your resume as a marketing document, not a history […]
Your resume is your key into your dream job. To create a truly impactful resume, think of it first as a marketing document and second as a list of your experience in chronological order.
Here’s the bottom line: your resume is […]
A resume gap is a space of time between positions during which you were unemployed, traveling, on a sabbatical, or on leave.
Here’s the thing: resume gaps, even if they can be justified, sometimes concern employers. They cause people ego question […]
As a recruiter and career coach, I always get questions from people on what the best practice is for resume formatting and design. People are usually nervous about if their current resume is too much, too little, or if they’re even […]
I’ve noticed that nearly all candidates who are rejected before an interview make the same key resume mistakes that fail to showcase their potential. Their content just doesn’t catch recruiters’ attentions or pique the curiosity that’s needed to get called in for an […]
I have a confession to make. I have been seeing way too many weak resumes lately, and I’m starting to get tired of it because I see so many high-potential candidates underselling themselves and not getting the opportunities they deserve.
Recruiters treat resumes as a […]