What Are Some Skills and Programs That Stand Out on a Resume Whenever I get a resume in from a new hire, I always dread looking at the software and skills that they know. More often than naught, the only skill I will see is Microsoft Office. For a job that requires the person be […]
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My resume isn’t working either: You are not alone We’ve all been there. We recently got laid off our job, and now we are back on the hunt. After what feels like an eternity looking for jobs, we just can’t seem to land anything. This often makes us beg the questions, “Why isn’t my resume […]
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.