By: Jack Williams | Resumes How your resume stands out from tens of hundreds of resumes so that you can be chosen for the interview? Writing a resume is both art and science. Below are the tips to make you resume outstanding from the crowd. read more
By: Lynn Gerlach | Resumes Now you can find “resume tips” in many places in the Internet. However, in this article, I’d like to provide a ten-step approach to the resume, such as writing your resume as drawing your portrait in words that is reliable, analytical and concentrated on accomplishments rather than tasks. I’ve written about 400 effective resumes, but you need have one best one. You shoul read more
By: Glen Thomas | Resumes Resumes are the informative page written by the job seekers. It contains their personal and jobs statistics that relate to a position and pursue the employer. Resume expresses strength of the candidate to their future employer. Employers prefer candidates who give some extra effort. Thus, resume should be straight to the point, well-structured, and simple to read in 30 seconds or less. There is an important point that a perfectly drafted resume tells loudly than the rest. If you don’t convey on your resume though you are very good, it has got no use.
By: Brian G Chadra | Resumes You are a fresh graduate and now it’s time to crack that job market. You fell difficult? This article will tell you how good you are in just one page. The key is to appear so appealing on the printed page that you are one of the lucky ones called in for an interview.
By: Katherine Nelson | Resumes It's getting more and more difficult to get a job these days. Therefore, it’s important to have an outstanding resume. As it is, these days, companies are facing to a number of applications and it’s very hard for the recruitment to have enough time to go through the entire resume. Hence, you need to make the best possible effect on the recruiter to have a job.
By: Jeffrey T Moore | Resumes People forget what the goal of your resume is to get you the interview. That's it. Nothing more, nothing less. Once you have the interview, your resume is no longer important. So, what makes a good resume... read more
By: | Resumes In all aspects of life, you are your greatest advocate, but nowhere is this more true than when it comes to writing your resume. If you want to get the job and the salary that you want, you have to know how to market your greatest asset, which is yourself. read more
By: Cheryl Scott | Resumes When you wish to write a resume include these things: your full name, your contact information, your essential job history, your skills, your education, and any special information pertinent to the job you are applying for. When you write a resume choose a simple format. read more
By: Jessica M Holbrook | Resumes Make your resume your own. In other words don't use some sample you found from the internet. You would be hard pressed to find another person out there with the exact same education, skills, experience, and expertise that you have. So why use a sample resume from someone else to convey that? read more
By: Tony Jacowski | Resumes Are you in the market for a new job? An important tool in your job search is your résumé. Many job hunters do not put enough time into the preparation of this important document. read more
By: Kelsey L. Childress | Resumes Different things to add to your resume in order to make it a page long. If you are new to the job market, have been out of it for a while, or just don't have that much experience, there are still several things you can add to your resume in order to make it a page long. read more
By: Trevor Johnson | Resumes The first thing you need to do when you are looking for a job is learn how to do a resume. You don't have to go to a resume service to have a professional looking resume. Just get a piece of paper to make some notes. With a computer, some decent paper and a good printer, you will be on your way. read more
By: Michael D. Hayes | Resumes Is your resume doing all it can for you? Just how important is a resume when looking for a job? Many job seekers consider their resume as the key to getting them the job they want. While it is definitely an important factor, it is a factor in getting you the interview, not the job. read more
By: Dwight Ferren | Resumes Writing a resume used to be an easy task, with simple traditional rules, but today using those basic set of rules has become useless. Today we must create a resume that is short, attention grabbing and filled with keywords to get noticed. What are the items we should and shouldn't have in our resumes? read more