Article by Jacob Cayia Even if you are not seeking a position, employers in the future will determine your value based on your past. So when thinking of the future, your past is now. Take an assessment of your assets and take action to ensure success in years to come. Avoid these red flags to […]
You can be the perfect interviewer, you can sell anyone on your value, but you won’t have the chance unless the resume you might have gets you in the door. Within today’s competitive market and with adjustments in electronic distribution and processing, you can help forward your career simply by enlisting the assistance of a […]
In today’s competitive market and with changes in electronic distribution and processing, you can help forward your career by enlisting the assistance of a professional resume writer. To follow are some suggestions for making the right choice.
Employers read your resume when you apply for a position. Your LinkedIn profile, though, is often viewed before you are asked to apply for a position. The two forms of media are dramatically different.
Experts say preparation for the interview deserves at least as much attention as any other phase of your job search.
Saving $50 on a resume may seem like a great deal, but if it takes a week longer to work, you could be out a week’s pay or if it doesn’t work right, you could miss opportunities which in the long run could pay you hundreds of thousands of dollars.
When it comes to resumes, one of the most prominent things that appears in a person’s mind is an objective statement. For years, the objective statement has been one of the cornerstones of the resume. It’s the spot on the document that allows job seekers to tell employers flat out what it is they want from them, a job. While an objective statement is certainly not the worst thing that you can include on a resume, it may not be the best either.