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Resume Writing: Results, Results, Results.

Posted on October 14, 2014

It seems like in every single blog post about resume writing we have mentioned that results is what makes a huge difference for most employers. However, not so often we take time to explain what hiring authorities mean when they say they want to see results. A lot of job seekers believe that whatever they...

Professional and Executive Resumes

Posted on June 13, 2014

In our last blog posts we have started writing about different resume writing levels. Since we have already covered the theme of an entry level resume we are moving to the next one – professional and executive resumes. This subject is more controversial as the opinions differ on this one. Nevertheless, we will present what...

Restaurants which are Worthy Employers – Part 2

Posted on September 9, 2009

There are more restaurants which offer the perfect refuge for employees who need not only fat pay but also good benefits. CKE Restaurants is also a fast food restaurant. It is one of the generous employers who grant employees the best package when in it comes to compensation agreements. It assists in the continued pursuance...

Restaurants which are Worthy Employers – Part 1

Posted on September 9, 2009

Recession is an economic status that every country would really love to avoid having. It can be easily discerned if one will look at its level of Gross Domestic Product. If there is a dip in it, then recession is under way. If an industry is declared to be under the veil of recession, it...

A Resume of Substance and Worth

Posted on September 8, 2009

Your resume should speak about you in a concise and professional manner. Your resume is your advertisement, your way of selling your skills, talents, potentials and qualifications to your prospective employer. A nd as with any form of advertisement, your resume should be enticing with a professional looking layout but not too bland that the...

Free Resume Tips – “Ten Resume Don’ts”

Posted on September 8, 2009

When applying for any job you are required to provide a résumé. Be it a post of a CEO, Software Engineer, teacher or office assistant, you have to write a résumé. In case your résumé is not well written, it will end up in a trash. To avoid that you need to review your résumé...

Résumé Mistakes

Posted on September 8, 2009

There are many mistakes people often do when they write a résumé. These are simple mistakes that could have been easily identified and corrected. However, most people submit their résumés without checking and correcting any of those mistakes. Unfortunately, they do not realize this is the greatest mistake they are doing, they do not even...

Your Resume Will Be Thrown in the Trash – part 2

Posted on September 8, 2009

Now, that you know why. Read on, Internationally known Software Engineer, with an advanced degree in mathematics, good programming skills and well experienced in developing new algorithm based software. Author of many complex technical and scientific publications. Languages know include English, German and Spanish. Has an expertise in cross-geographical coordination. Can help find effective solutions...

Your Resume Will Be Thrown in the Trash – part 1

Posted on September 8, 2009

Let me tell you why. You must have been sending your résumé to a lot of employers and recruiters, you are anticipating they will respond, they aren’t, you are disappointed, and you are getting no success. Read on! You will be able to help yourself the next time. Get them interested. A job seeker today...

Resume Posting vs. Resume Distribution – Do YOU Know the Difference?

Posted on September 8, 2009

With advancement in technology, there has been a tremendous change in the way people look for jobs and employers look for their prospective candidate. This is an age of Internet; a lot of things are done online now. Not only do people look for information on the net, but also they shop, they buy and...

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