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Resume Writing Tips to Succeed in a Tight Job Market

Resume Writing Tips to Succeed in a Tight Job Market

By: Gavin Red             It’s an undisputed fact – today’s job market is tighter than ever before. During this period of economic strife and instability, competition for the best jobs is extremely stiff. Job stability seems practically non-existent. Turnover rates are at an all-time high, given the number of layoffs […]

Your weaknesses and strengths – consider how might the pros counter?

Your weaknesses and strengths – consider how might the pros counter?

By: Dean Lawton           Interview research must be an basic part of your work and job hunting strategy. A good number job seekers will consume an exhaustive sum of time to arrange straightforward replies for queries about work experience and problem solving or profit making know-how. Now with all of that […]

Easy Resume Objective Strategies

Easy Resume Objective Strategies

By: Dariel Siti             Human resources are frequently overcome by a enormous quantity of entries, and the job interview selection regularly is dependent upon minute details. In the event you would like to compete in a group and increase your likelihood of being considered by probable employers, you ought to […]

Sales Associate Cover Letter

Sales Associate Cover Letter

By: Kenneth Mcdonald             The job of a sales associate is a profile that we are quite familiar with. As sales associates, you are responsible to sell the products or services that are offered by the organization in question. Working as a sales associate can often be quite a tiring […]

4 Strategies for Career Alter Cover Letters

4 Strategies for Career Alter Cover Letters

By: Kenneth Mcdonald                 A client recently asked, “How do you write a cover letter for a job you have got no experience in? It can be challenging to write a cover letter for a position when you don’t have any previous encounter in that field.” Employers usually […]

Why Your Resume Isn’t Getting Read

Why Your Resume Isn’t Getting Read

By: Angela Roberts                 In today’s economy, high unemployment rates and waning job security have created an onslaught of professionals searching for work. one job opening, there are more than four times as many applicants as there were in the mid- 2000’s. This means one thing – you […]

“If Your Resume is the Cake, Your Cover Letter is the Icing.”

“If Your Resume is the Cake, Your Cover Letter is the Icing.”

By: Jane Anderson             Cover letter writing is almost as important a skill for a job seeker to learn as resume writing. The cover letter accompanies the resume at all times as the primary support document. Whether you use traditional mail, email, faxing, or another type of electronic submission, this […]

How to Write a Chronological Resume

How to Write a Chronological Resume

By: Kim Simon             One of the most commonly used resume formats is the chronological resume format. This is the most common type of resume format which is well suited for almost any job you want to apply for. The chronological resume format is something that almost every employer and […]

How to write resume reference

How to write resume reference

By: Kim Simon                 Now day’s references are playing a very important part of a candidates profile and also play a vital role in the hiring procedure. A reference is a person who you know professionally and who can vouch for your integrity and professionalism. A growing number […]

Resumes for professionals in the industry

Resumes for professionals in the industry

By: Kim Simon           A well written and professional resume is by far the most important asset and a very powerful marketing tool that professionals in the industry have with them. A well written resume helps you package your professional profile in a way that is appealing to recruiters and employers, […]

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