Do You Believe the One-Page Resume Myth? I’ve been thinking about the one-page resume myth a lot lately, since it’s… Read more
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As you may have read in my blog last week, my book How to Write a STELLAR Executive Resume has… Read more
September is Update Your Resume Month! Read to the End to Get 10% Off a Resume Service! What if you… Read more
Writing an effective resume takes time, thought and research, and can be intimidating without guidance. My newest e-books, How to… Read more
Although the cardinal rule of resume writing is “There are no rules,” it’s always useful to hear what hiring managers are saying. The infographc “The Anatomy of a Great Resume” provides food for thought.
I amJob Search Success System fortunate this week to share a guest blog from Mary Elizabeth Bradford, award-winning creator of the Job Search Success System. She warns, “This article contains some “tough talk” and will probably offend some readers.” Since her article did not offend me and in fact rather inspired me, I’m posting it here with Mary Elizabeth’s blessing! Remember as you read this article, as I pointed out in my article What Do Recruiters Want in a Resume? Answers Within, you only need to impress one person with your resume–and that’s the person who hires you!