Posts Tagged ‘resume’
What Are Recruiters Looking For In Your Resume
Our clients often ask us to share how they can stand out and get noticed to be interviewed. There are numerous ways that your application can rise above all the rest, but there is no one “secret sauce” that can make this happen. It only happens when you have fine-tuned each of the steps in…Read More
What skills do job seekers need in 2020?
Have you been submitting applications to various companies, but are not receiving replies to interview? Could it be that you are not highlighting the most needed skills that are in high demand in this 2019 job seeking season? How can you pivot your resume and skill set to meet the 2020 job skill needs? Let’s…Read More
5 Things Your Resume Should Include
Many of the larger companies are using applicant training systems (ATS) to read the applications and review work experience. Hiring managers spend an average of 6 seconds on scanning your resume to determine if they would like to bring you in for an interview. Here are 5 tips we like to share with our clients in drafting their…Read More
To Send or Not to Send – Do You Still Need a Cover Letter?
Back in the day, pre-internet, it was customary to ALWAYS send a cover letter; however in today’s world, the rules have changed. What are you to do? Here are some tips we share with our clients to help them determine if a cover letter is needed: If they ask in a job post to send…Read More
Using Your LinkedIn Profile As Your Resume
According to Statista, over 433 million professionals make up the LinkedIn community. In today’s fast-paced world, headhunters and recruiters spend an average of 60 seconds reviewing a resume or LinkedIn Profile. While resumes still have a place in today’s job search, LinkedIn profiles are taking resumes to a new level. LinkedIn profiles are richer in content because they…Read More