Posts tagged "resume tips"

Getting to the Point on Your Résumé

Getting to the Point on Your Résumé
  A résumé, a single document, can make the difference between being gainfully employed at a desired firm or sitting by the mailbox waiting for your unemployment check or counting the months until your benefits expires. Yet, so few people spend the time needed to write a compelling resume or minimally one that doesn’t put... Read more »

Useful Tips for Writing the Summary on Your Résumé

Useful Tips for Writing the Summary on Your Résumé
  The most critical portion of your résumé is the summary/overview of your skills. It should be the first item on your resume right under you name and contact information. Often a hiring manager or recruiter doesn’t get past a summary, so make it count! Imagine being bombarded by many hundreds of résumés coming in... Read more »

The Importance of a Great Résumé

The Importance of a Great Résumé
  Having been retained by a company to find them some great sales people, I have been on the receiving end of some poorly composed résumés. I have seen many versions of résumés from a chronological format to a skill based, to a cluttered first page filled with too much information and others that have... Read more »
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The Three Essential Steps to Employment

The Three Essential Steps to Employment
After countless interviews with job candidates when I was an executive recruiter and hours upon hours of job coaching sessions with my clients, I have determined the essential three steps to take when looking for a job. Whether you are currently employed and looking to change your job or career or just looking for a... Read more »