Video interviews are becoming increasingly popular as the world shifts towards remote work and recruiting becomes more globalized. Virtual interviews are a more efficient and speedier option than scheduling in-person interviews. They allow hiring managers a more intimate first-round interview compared to phone interviews, while offering the candidate more flexibility than an in-person interview. Consider […]
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The headlines are inescapable–“help wanted” signs are everywhere and businesses are looking for workers. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, there are currently 10.4 million job openings in the U.S–and only 8 million job seekers. What does this mean for your average job seeker? Location Matters While there are plenty of headlines about […]
Have you been struggling with how to present yourself to employers through your job search documents and interview skills? Are you feeling uncertain of how to accurately demonstrate your worth as an employee? Do you find yourself consistently applying to jobs which aren’t challenging enough, present few growth opportunities and don’t offer substantial pay upgrades? […]
DO AS MUCH RESEARCH AS POSSIBLE on the organization and job position. Never go in for an interview without having a sense of what the position entails and how the company operates. Some people send out so many resumes that they may not even remember exactly what it was they applied for by the time […]
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.
Progress in employment increases has brought the total number of employed in the US to pre-recession levels.
No matter where you studied and which school or college you studied, it doesn’t matter how much experience you have, and whom you know in Industry–if you aren’t able to answers to interview questions in interview successfully, you won’t get the job.
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.
Regardless of the level of the position a company wants to fill, its motivation will always be this: to hire someone who will save them time and money. Your goal is to make your services so attractive that the firm has no choice but to hire you in order to save time and money.