A resume is a very particular document. It’s a synopsis, it’s a summary of your career. It highlights your career in reverse chronological order talking about your soft and your hard, your personal brand, your accomplishments, and your education.
A passport is your identification. So is a resume. It identifies you as a person. Everyone who carries a passport is unique. And everyone who carries a resume is unique in a resume.
They cannot, as it’s just not feasible, call everybody and tell them, or even email them that you aren’t the perfect candidate.
Let’s review the top 3 cover letter mistakes that people make when applying for a job.
A job post is a critical element. You need to look at it in detail and ensure that you address these 4 elements.
You never know when there’s an opportunity to network…network everywhere, including the sauna.
It is essential, in a job search to sell yourself. How do you do that? Brag, brag, brag!
With only a few weeks to go before executing his most demanding annual project, Santa always performs an annual review of his resume.
Social media is a great medium for you to market yourself and it is virtually free. Be polite, be professional, and be purposeful.
You might be surprised to hear what the best times of the year are for job search.