Happy Valentine’s Day! Another resume link roundup – only this week we are covering a few different aspects! Tips that you may not have heard yet (hopefully), advice on making updates and tweaks to your resume and the best file formats for applying. Check it out!
“Most people know the basics of how to put together a decent work history, but here are some tips you probably haven’t heard before that can help your resume stand up to the 7-second test.” Tips such as whether to include your address, skills and proper email etiquette.
Your resume is finalized and ready for submission – but what is the best file format to send your resume online? Does it matter? Are certain file formats easier for the hiring managers and recruiters on the receiving end? Are there certain formats you should stay away from? Find out, here.
As job searching online is generally the way most job seekers job search, it’s crucial to take the necessary steps and ensure that your resume gets noticed. Here’s how to maximize your chances of getting the attention your resume deserves.
When constructing a resume, your intention is to list your work experience and explain your job responsibilities. However, after you’ve recorded your work experience and career history– your job is not yet complete. One of the most beneficial steps you can take is to tailor your resume to the positions that you’re applying for. Trust us, the outcome is worth it. Regardless of what position you’re applying to – the hiring manager is looking for parallels that you can so clearly point out for them. Here’s how.
If you already have a resume crafted, this one’s for you. Here are some tweaks that you can make to your resume such as removing dated terms, old work history and reviewing the top half of your resume. Check it out!
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