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12 06, 2020

Why You Should Consistently Update Your Resume

2020-06-12T13:54:48-04:00Categories: Uncategorized|Tags: , , , , , |0 Comments

Naturally, there is a career progression throughout your career. You continue to gain experience and develop skills from company to company. However, it’s common that people only make adjustments or update their resume when they are looking for a new job. The more productive way? Keep your resume a “living document”. Find out how and why, below. […]

9 06, 2017

Link Roundup 6/9/17: May Jobs Report & Surveys

2017-06-09T10:53:31-04:00Categories: Link Roundups|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |0 Comments

This week our Link Roundup starts off by looking at the new job market numbers, before heading into some helpful job search advice. What's great about the links this week is that almost all of them are backed by data from surveys. So instead of taking advice on mere speculation, there is actually some evidence to back it up! In addition, we also have a link to America's Best Employer of 2017 as determined by Statista and Forbes. There are plenty of links with great advice, so read on! U.S. Had Record 6 Million Job Openings, Even As 6.8 Americans [...]

5 12, 2016

How to Write a Resume: Make it a Living Document

2016-12-05T16:41:36-05:00Categories: Resources for Job Seekers, Resumes & Cover Letters|Tags: , , , , , , , |1 Comment

Throughout your career, you continue to gain more experience and learn more skills as you move from job to job. You grow as an employee and absorb more knowledge and expertise. Despite this, many workers don’t keep their resume at pace with their current abilities. Instead, they elect only to update it when they make a major career change or begin a new job search. There are many reasons this hurts your career. Your resume should truly be a living document. We’ll discuss what that means, why it’s important, and the best way to do it. […]