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  How to Show Vocational Training in a Resume and Cover Letter
by Marcia Robinson - Apr, 2011
The National Center for Educational Statistics is projecting a 30% overall increase in the number of associate degrees granted between 2007-2008 and 2019 - 2020. Many of these graduates will be students enrolled in vocational training programs. These vocational training graduates, often possess job skills in demand by employers and will have greater success in the job search if they know how to show vocational training in a re...
 
  Prevent Resume Peril – Prove Your Value
by Mark Puppe - Apr, 2011
Resumes are black holes for time, opportunity and peace of mind. Defective resumes can even drive job searches into the ground. I’ve seen it thousands of times; job seekers (and even professional resume writers) neglecting what employers expect resumes to provide: Proof. Numbers gauge performance and leave little room for misinterpretation; they prove rather than purport your value. In contrast, talking about your talen...
 
  Choosing the Best Fonts for a Resume
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Apr, 2011
Are you in the middle of creating your resume but are stumped by which fonts to use? Of course, there are hundreds of fonts out there from which to choose, but not all are appropriate for use in a resume. Let’s take a look at the ones that are considered to be the best—and which ones are good to avoid. Serif and Sans Serif Fonts Are Most Recommended There are two font families that recruiters and HR managers seem to li...
 
  Eight Tactics to Reboot Your Resume
by Wendy Enelow - Apr, 2011
You are what your write. I recently did a search on resume tips on a popular search engine that starts with a “G” and to no surprise found more than 37 million pages dedicated to some form of tips for resumes. Everyone has an opinion and I am no different. As I coach though, I have seen literally hundreds of resumes and have come to consensus about their content. Resumes that paint a picture of a personality and tell a sto...
 
  4 Ways to Make Personal Branding in Your Resume More Personal
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Apr, 2011
One important aspect of writing a top-notch resume is ensuring that yours stands out among the many others that sit on a hiring manager’s desk. This isn’t always an easy feat, considering that many of the dozens of applicants competing for the position are likely very talented. But while your competition may be talented, they are not you. In other words, you have unique attributes that make you inherently qualified for this...
 
  5 Ways to Improve Your Cover Letter Introduction
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Apr, 2011
Creating a proper introduction is perhaps the most important part of writing a cover letter because it introduces hiring managers to you and helps them decide whether they want to know more about you. There are often a lot of mistakes made when writing cover letter introductions. To help you avoid them, let’s look at what some are and how you can make the changes necessary to improve your cover letter. Avoid Starting with “...
 
  Is a Follow-Up Call Better Than a Follow-Up E-mail?
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Apr, 2011
Being a part of a technology-driven society that regularly encourages electronic communication, it makes sense that a job seeker would feel justified in handling any part of a job application process in this manner. However, after a job interview, it’s important to note that the rules change a little bit. It Depends When it comes to choosing whether to follow up an interview with a phone call or an e-mail, it may be bes...
 
  Is Your Executive Resume Placing You Among the Top-6 Candidates?
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Apr, 2011
When sifting through executive resumes, many hiring managers decide that they will choose six candidates to interview for a position. Of course, this number fluctuates depending on the circumstances, but for many companies, six is the magic number. So how can you increase your chances of becoming one of the top six candidates—those who are most likely to be called in for an interview? Make No Mistakes on the Resume A...
 
  What is a Master Resume?
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Apr, 2011
What is a Master Resume? When applying for multiple jobs, many job seekers find themselves at a strange crossroads: They know they need to create unique resumes for each job but are tired of recreating similar documents over and over. If you find yourself in this predicament, you might want to consider a master resume. The Basics of the Master Resume A master resume is a document that functions as a source to help yo...
 
  Job search advice from recruiters
by Miriam Salpeter - Apr, 2011
Last week, I was a guest at an iRelaunch Return-to-Work Conference in Atlanta. It is always a pleasure to have a chance to hear from recruiters, and, in this case, also from a number of women who returned to work after taking some time off. Carol Fishman Cohen and Vivian Steir Rabin, the co-founders of iRelaunch and authors of Back on the Career Track: A Guide for Stay-at-Home Moms Who Want to Return to Work, put together seve...
 
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