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.
Whether or not to have a picture on your resume depends on where you are in the world. And remember that resume’s and CV’s content and format are always changing.
A resume or LinkedIn profile is hopeless without keywords. It’s what people search when they are trying to find you. So you have to know your own functional buzzwords specific to you.
…to Get YOU the Interview Today’s question is about how to refresh your outdated resume for 2020 to get YOU the interview. If you’ve had a resume for a long time, 10 or so years, and never updated it, that is a huge mistake because like everything in this world, things change and resumes from […]
As a potential candidate for a job, your interest is an employer’s job description but the employer will be interested in your performance and not a job description. If your resume is going to open up doors for you it must be performance based! Anyone can assume responsibilities and tasks but it is quantifiable results […]
Whether you are in a job interview or composing your resume, Do Not Offer Personal Information! There are those who would like to believe otherwise, wanting to believe the decision maker actually cares but the professional advice offered by experts and decision makers confirms, be professional not personal. Jessica Holbrook, a former Executive Hiring Manager for Fortune 500 companies and […]
The days of a paper resume are gone! If you were considering stuffing your resume in an envelope and affixing postage, think again. HR professionals and recruiters alike expect a properly formatted, professionally written resume with an accompanying cover letter to be submitted online. Your online proficiency doesn’t stop there. You must also have a […]