In February 2012, the Career Thought Leaders Consortium published their Findings of the 2011 Global Career Brainstorming Day: Trends for the Now, the New & the Next in Careers. Read more to find out the Top 12 findings in the resume category from the best of the best in the career industry.
” Resume Oblivion” has been a hot topic in the news. Unfortunately the advice provided by these news sources, including The Wall Street Journal and NPR, is 1) rudimentary, 2) a no-brainer and 3) limited in its value.
There are two issues with submitting online resumes. One is the format of the resume; the second is the keywords it contains.Thankfully, there is a service that can help. In this situation, computers are the best way to beat computers.
Everyone is saying to post your resume to Google… so how do you do it?
I received this question from one of my subscribers, and will answer it soon. But first, are you an online job seeker? If so, I have some important recommendations for you. Seriously… keep reading!
Ever get a document back from an editor that has tons of red or blue lines (maybe even some green ones), and have no idea how to get rid of them all, or view the document the way it’s supposed to look? This article is for you!
I was interviewed about resumes and LinkedIn topics on March 22, 2011 by LeeAnn Dance. Her project, Back In Force Productions, is a blog and radio show for stay-at-home parents reentering the workforce. For your listening pleasure! The interview is full of great tips not just for “relaunchers” but also for any job seeker. Find…
On December 30, 2010, a consortium of 156 career experts from the U.S., Canada and the U.K. met to brainstorm about career and employment issues. They published their findings on March 14, 2011 in Findings of 2010 Global Career Brainstorming Day: Trends for the Now, the New & the Next in Careers. As my readers, you are privy to the valuable findings of this group of Career Thought Leaders.
Resumes are meant to describe what you did in your past jobs, right? Not so! In fact, the best resumes are written from a FUTURE perspective. Read about how you can make your resume all about your future success.
The Essay Expert is now a resume writer for ilostmyjob.com and Brenda’s e-book, LinkedIn Power Tune-Up, chock full of LinkedIn tips, is featured in ilostmyjob.com’s blog today.
Resume Tips. Is your Education section taking up too much space on your resume? Are you finding it hard to fit in all the information you think is important? This article answers questions you didn’t even know you had about your Education section.