Proofreading Your Resume Like a Pro
When it comes to job search, every detail matters. Due to the fierce competition on the jobs market today, candidates are denied interview opportunities because of the mistakes that could have been easily avoided. Submitting a resume filled with such mistakes as typos, stylistic and grammatical errors, etc. may seem like a really small th...
From Job Search to Successful Career
Sooner or later we all face the challenge of finding that first job that will help have a career that we are dreaming of. However, many people end up accepting a job offer that will only provide for the living since landing the one that will help achieve one's career aspirations often seems unrealistic due to the fierce competition. The t...
Happy Belated Parents' Day!
Parenting is one of the most challenging (and at the same time rewarding) things we get to do in this life. The Back in 1994 Bill Clinton has singed a resolution to commemorate the Day of Parenting promoting parental responsibility as well as family commitment. Since families are a fundamental institution in our society, we cannot ignore ...
Resume Help: Listing Your Educational Credentials
Most job seekers don't believe their education plays a great role in securing them interviews; thus, they place this section in the back of the document and never actually think about the best way to list their credentials. While in some cases it may be true (education may not play the big role sometimes), there are cases when the opposit...
Know the Difference: Resume vs LinkedIn
Creating a powerful resume takes a lot of time and efforts. Right after the document is polished up it is usually sent to potential employers immediately. In most cases, a well-written resume is supposed to land a job interview. That is how things used to work in the past. Today is different become the competition on the jobs market has b...
12 Skills To Have on a Resume
You may be surprised to know but there are things on a resume that are capable of making you a stronger candidate irrespective of the job you are applying for or even the industry you want to work in. There are skills that are sought by employers regardless of the job opening they need to fill in. But the truth of the matter is that writi...
What Makes That Important First Impression for Job Seekers?
Resume is your only chance to show your credibility and professionalism before going to a job interview. Often it is also the only means of making the first impression on your potential employers. Hundreds of articles have been written on how it is important to make great first impression and in this perspective job search area is no diff...
Making Those Little Jobs Shine
Working in a small or cupcake shop seems like a great thing when you will soon graduate from the university. However, when you are 30 years of age aiming for a management position, having too many of such silly little jobs can downgrade your resume significantly. Very often, young people change their career goals frequently and this is us...
Developing an Effective Summary Section on a Resume
Hiring managers and recruiters who prefer reading resume objectives over summaries are like dinosaurs - everybody knows they used to be around but none can be found today. Indeed, in most cases, a resume objective due to its nature is considered a section that brings no valuable information to recruiters. Saying what kind of job you want ...
How to Review a Job Posting?
The time when you draft your resume and send it to multiple employers is now gone. In order to be effective, job seekers customize their job application documents to match the requirements of each and every position they apply for. Obviously, not all job hunters do that, there are still those who think sending out a generic resume is the ...