There are three key components to your resume that gain the most attention of hiring managers. Your resume should possess above the fold content, a value proposition statement, and relevant keywords. Over the last 35 years, we have reviewed literally thousands of professional resumes. Our review allows our recruiters to determine which candidates to advance… Read more »
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Out Of Work Longer Than 60 Days? Keep Reading
Out of work longer than 60 days can be a problem for in-demand professionals. The latest unemployment numbers show an economy that is doing great and more people are working than at any other time in U.S. history. So you are going to have to be prepared to address in an interview why you haven’t… Read more »
Are Robots Reviewing My Resume?
Are robots reviewing my resume? Face it; there are on average 300 resume submissions for every job posting. You betcha’ robots are reviewing all of these resumes. What company has the time to read resumes all day? We have all wondered whether human eyes ever get to see our resumes. As job seekers diligently prepare… Read more »
How To Move Past A Company Downsizing
How to move past a company downsizing is a hot topic in the work world. Like the saying goes “Life happens“. A relevant topic today is corporate downsizing and mergers or as companies refer to it as “right-sizing”. Oftentimes talented and experienced professionals find themselves in a position of unplanned unemployment. It is important to… Read more »
How To Write A Resume That Grabs The Attention Of The Employer
Knowing the best ways to develop your resume is key in securing an interview and ultimately a job. A well developed resume addresses the needs and wants of the employer. Yet some professionals still choose the route of submitting the same chronological resume to every job posting. Resume Tips That Work The latest unemployment figures… Read more »
Resume Writing Tips
Having a great resume is the first step to landing that ideal job. Resume writing can be the most stressful part of the job search. But it is also the most effective way to share your experience and qualificatons. The purpose of your resume is to create enough interest that the employer will want to… Read more »
Why Don’t Companies Provide Feedback To Me After My Interview?
Why don’t companies provide feedback to me after my interview? This is a question job seekers often ask? What immediately comes to mind is the thought of poor business etiquette or poor soft skills on the part of the interviewer. As a job candidate you have made it to the face to face interview phase of… Read more »