As resume writing experts, we routinely hear of clients taking a full year after college to land their first real full-time job.
Why? Because they listen to all the well-intended but misguided advice from their college friends. And they make all the same mistakes those friends made. In the long run, they pay for it…
You know that Facebook friend you have who’s plastered across your dashboard because they tend to overshare?
Yeah, that stuff is just as obnoxious on your resume, except you’re going to be the one who loses out…
Many people believe that in order to increase income in their careers, they need to change jobs. While that is often true, there are a number of ways that you can work within your current company to increase income.
Regardless of which of these steps you choose to focus on, the most important thing is to focus on increasing the value you bring to the company…
Changing career paths is one of the most challenging moves one can make. There are a lot of obstacles in the way changing career paths.
So from beginning to end, it needs to be carefully undertaken in order to be achieved.
The fact is though, Millennials deserve some of the blame for our job hunt troubles.
Studies show that we consistently come up short during the interview process in areas where we should be overwhelmingly succeeding.
It’s a new year filled with new opportunities. With job markets flourishing and the economy recovering, the start of the new year is the perfect time re-evaluate your job search essentials and there’s no better place to start than your resume. These 25 practical resume tips will help you evaluate your current resume and get it ready for the new year.