What if, someday soon, you no longer need a four-year college degree to “compete” in the job market?
I know: given how much weight we currently place on the all-important question of “Where did you go to school?” this scenario seems hard to believe. But as online courses become more legitimate and trustworthy, employers might not care where we gain the skills — only that we have the skills.
It’s career fair season again. Are you ready?
Before you attend the career event in your community, read over the before, during and after checklist below to make sure you’re 100% prepared!
Confidence is a powerful tool to gain respect and get stuff done. But if the wording doesn’t fill us with confidence, we run the risk of sending the reader elsewhere for the solution they desire.
As you compose emails (and in conversation too), remove these five words and phrases – that make you look weak – from your work-related vocabulary…
Personality traits are not job skills and, in my view, do not belong in the “Skills” section of a resume. Want an example of a “skill” that could set your resume apart from the competition?
Software development. That’s a “skill”…
A resume isn’t about including everything. It’s about including the RIGHT things.
Still, you might have a lengthy internship and work history and think, “How am I supposed to put all of my jobs on one page?”