In a job market where recruiters review an average of up to 250 applications per job listing, you need to submit a resume that stands out. But where do you even start? Since you already know which skills to leave off your resume, and you’ve studied which trends to try and which to ignore, it’s time to talk about what… Read More 6 Impressive Skills to Include on Your Resume
Professional introduction Every interviewer asks for an introduction. A candidate should be prepared with the best 4-5 liner summary starting with his present position and job role. You should give a very crisp summary of past roles, but don’t discount your education degrees and achievements in those roles. Personal interests All interviewers ask for personal details as well.… Read More 5 CRITICAL INTERVIEW TIPS
If you’re job hunting, you may be thinking the first thing you need to do is put together your resumé. That used to be true before the Internet. But these days, the new resumé is called Google. What an employer finds out about you simply by Googling your name helps determine whether you get hired.… Read More How To Use Google As Your Resume!!
Format Your Resume Wisely No matter how well written, your resume won’t get a thorough reading the first time through. Generally a resume gets scanned for 25 seconds. Scanning is more difficult if it is hard to read, poorly organized or exceeds two pages. Use a logical format and wide margins, clean type and clear… Read More 6 Tips Of Writing An Effective Resume
There is a ton of advice out there related to resume writing; some more practical than others. However, I have noticed a noticeable lack of advice related to how job seekers should systematically review and improve their resume on a line by line basis, as part of a broader strategy to assist them in their interviews.… Read More 10 Tips Of Writing Perfect Resume