Each job or internship you apply for is different from the last… different job, unique requirements, another company. So, it remains very important to customize every cover letter as you apply!
The hiring manager wants to know you’re not just sending out a generic letter to all employers; in fact, if they sense a “form letter” hiring managers will often immediately delete the application…
There are a lot of posts about how important it is to “brand your resume” for your job search. The gist of all this is name recognition. You need to set yourself apart so your name stands out in the mind of the hiring manager and you get called for the interview.
How do you really know you’ve created a strong personal brand that’s infused into your resume?
Here are some top indicators that you’ve successfully branded a resume that will get interviews.
Your resume has only one purpose – to make a great impression on a hiring manager so you get a job interview. That’s all. And your resume has one shot to do its job.
Here are 5 must-have features to help you create an effective resume that gets read.
After reviewing thousands of resumes in my career, I’ve noticed a trend.
Too many job seekers are making the exact same resume mistakes over and over again, many of which hold these job seekers back from getting job interviews.
So, I’m going to share with you the 5 most common resume mistakes I see…
A professionally written resume is the only tool you need in your job search arsenal.
That’s it … you may return to your regularly scheduled program … thank you!
Seriously though, over the past month, I’ve spoken with clients who make the same two huge job search mistakes: