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  Ready for a raise? Tips to finding career fulfillment
by Hallie Crawford - Sep, 2012
was honored to be featured in this recent WSJ article about asking for a raise, So, You Want a Raise… Being interviewed for this article made me think of some other pieces of advice I wanted to share with you to bring you fulfillment in your career. Here are some tips to help you get the raise that you deserve: 1) You should keep what I call a “running resume”. Keep track of your accomplishments throughout the year on a te...
 
  What to put on your resume
by Miriam Salpeter - Sep, 2012
You can design your resume to appear modern and appropriate for today’s job search, but it is equally important to include relevant content to appeal to the hiring manager. Most companies today are using a computerized system (known as an applicant tracking system, or ATS) to evaluate your materials; this means a human is not likely to see your resume unless you pass the initial, computerized scan. If you do not identify key w...
 
  4 Tips for Making Your Resume A Perfect Match for Any Opening
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Aug, 2012
When a hiring manager reviews your resume you want them to say, “Wow! That person sounds like the perfect fit for the job!” And then, of course, they call you for the interview! So how do you create a resume that communicates that you’re exactly what they’re looking for in a new employee? Below are four tips for creating a perfect-match resume. Customization is critical Remember, you always want to tweak your resume wh...
 
  Does your resume make you look old?
by Miriam Salpeter - Aug, 2012
Age discrimination, unfortunately, is a fact of life for experienced job seekers. However, there is more you can do to make yourself seem modern, relevant, and qualified for the jobs you want than simply dying your hair or updating your wardrobe. One key to job search success: an up-to-date, contemporary resume that doesn’t make the reader assume you last applied for a job in 1995. Here are some tips to help you create a r...
 
  Should I hire a resume writer?
by Miriam Salpeter - Aug, 2012
The other day, I saw a message from Quora in my email box. It was a question requesting my opinion: Is it worthwhile to hire a resume writer? I believe that I have written a strong resume; I have received positive feedback for my resumes clarity and content. I am also aware that most employers probably spend less than a minute actually reading a resume. I wonder if hiring someone to write my resume will make a signific...
 
  Why I'll never critique your resume
by Laura Smith-Proulx - Aug, 2012
Frequently, I encounter job seekers who are trying to find out what, if anything, might be missing from their resume. Of course, they also ask what I’d do to improve it. These are valid questions, and in such a competitive market, it makes sense for candidates to request this type of feedback. However, I won’t do it. Why not? There’s simply no way, other than getting to know the twists and turns of your profe...
 
  6 Key Areas Recruiters Pay the Most Attention to on Your Resume
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Aug, 2012
Ever wondered to yourself what the most critical areas are on your resume when a recruiter is giving it the initial review? As a former hiring manager, I will tell you exactly where I’m looking when I review your resume. However, don’t just take my word for it; a recent study on recruiter behavior conducted by The Ladders confirms exactly what I’m about to tell you … recruiters spend the most time reviewing the following areas...
 
  The 5 must-have components of a winning executive resume
by Laura Smith-Proulx - Aug, 2012
Does your executive resume pale in comparison to some of the powerhouses you've seen online? Is it a struggle to convey your message of effective leadership in just 2 or 3 pages? If so, a few straightforward changes can be all that's needed to transform your resume from overlooked to standout. Increase your chances of being considered for the coveted corner office by reviewing this list of must-have components for...
 
  What Is a QR Code & Why You Must Have One For Your Job Search
by Michelle Dumas - Aug, 2012
Can having and using a QR Code be helpful to a job seeker? Today’s job market remains highly competitive. Unemployment remains over 8 percent and gains in the number of new jobs remain modest. Recruiters and H.R. departments alike are often inundated with dozens, if not hundreds, of applicants for each open position. Highly qualified (if not overqualified) job seekers submit resumes by the proverbial truckload, resulting i...
 
  Why No One is Reading Your Resume
by Ozzie Saunds - Aug, 2012
You see an exciting job posting and email your resume, hoping to get a response from the employer, but unfortunately you are left feeling frustrated, thinking days later, “How come they did not phone me about the position after I sent them my resume?” Here are four possible reasons why, no one is reading your resume. Your resume is not optimized for computer scanning software: With the growth of the Internet, the way we fi...
 
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