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Cover Letter Magic: 4 Ways To ASK For The Job Interview - And Get It! -- Jimmy Sweeney
Just how important it is to ASK for the job interview clearly and directly in your cover letter? IT'S EVERYTHING! So the question remains: how effectively are you ASKING? The following four ways ...

Your Cover Letter MUST Ask This Question -- Jimmy Sweeney
Imagine receiving a letter from a salesman who wants to sell you an exciting new widget. The letter focuses on all the reasons why this is such a great item. But nowhere does the man ASK for the ...

Cover Letter Warning: Watch Out For the BIG BAD WORD! -- Jimmy Sweeney
Dear Job-Seeker: Just as Goldilocks was suspicious of the big bad wolf, be wary of the big bad word! You know the kind. Pursuant. Heretofore. Credence and all their contagious cousins! Unless you ...

How To Write The Perfect Cover Letter: Be Brief--And Be Gone! -- Jimmy Sweeney
The best cover letters are 'one-page wonders.' Why? Because they suit today's busy employers who are already overloaded and often overwhelmed. The best way to catch their attention is to ...

Successful Job Seeking The Importance of Your Cover Letter -- Bruce Sutton
As an employer I receive many job applications each week. Some cover letters are so well written that I am compelled to review the attached resume even if our company is not currently hiring. I dont ...

How to Write Cover Letters That Increase Your Chances of Winning an Interview -- Roger Clark
Submit a poorly written cover letter and the chances are your resume will end up in the trash bin without even being looked at. On the other hand, a well written cover letter can almost guarantee you ...

Writing a Must-Read Cover Letter -- Lindsey Hadwin
If you want to land an interview, youll need more than a perfectly polished resume, youll also need a perfectly polished cover letter. A cover letter does more than provide a mere introduction, it ...

A Killer Secret To Get Your Cover Letter Read -- Jimmy Sweeney
You're still readingso I know my title grabbed your attention. Why? Because it 'packed a punch.' You have three seconds to nab your reader in any written communication. Do it with a ...

One Cover Letter Secret You Can't Afford To Miss -- Jimmy Sweeney
Suppose you were the hiring manager, your desk piled high with cover letters and resumes to sort through. Which of the following cover letter greetings would grab your attention? Example #1: Dear ...

Do You Need Help Writing A Winning Cover Letter? -- David Richter
Your cover letter is critical to your success. It sets the tone. It is read before your resume and includes vital information about you that every potential employer needs. If you dont have a cover ...

Cover Letters -- Amit Pujar
Cover Letters: Are you telling them what they want to know? Let's face it. Recruiters (or employers) are smarter than we think. Bigger organizations pay a hefty salary to their HR department to ...

How to Transform a Boring Note Into A Killer Cover Letter - Part II -- Robert Phillips
In Part I, we covered how to grab the reader's attention with the opening sentence. Now we'll get them interested, arouse desire, and get them to take action. Let's get moving. Interest ...

How to Transform a Boring Note Into A Killer Cover Letter - Part I -- Robert Phillips
The AIDA formula is as old as dirt. It was taught when I was in school over a decade ago. And it's still being taught for good reason - it works! When you apply it to your cover letter, it has ...

A Cover Letter Tip Guaranteed To Land You More Job Interviews! -- Jimmy Sweeney
Looking for a new job? I'm about to reveal one of the most powerful cover letter tips you'll ever discover. This little-known secret can dramatically increase your job interview requests all ...

How To Write A Resume Cover Letter That Will Get Your Resume Read -- Richard Ward
A Resume Cover Letter has only one purpose - to stimulate the recipient of your resume to review your resume. This free resume cover letter tutorial assumes that you will be sending your resume and ...

Telecommuting Cover Letters -- Nell Taliercio
Question: How do I market myself online? Answer: With a stellar cover letter and resume. Okay, so let's get into the meat of this. You know that you need to market yourself, and you can do that ...

How To Write Cover Letters That Work -- Shaun Fawcett
Sometimes there is confusion about the exact meaning of the term "cover letter". That's because when most people use that term, they don't realize that there are two main types of cover ...

Nuts and Bolts of Effective Cover Letters -- Linda Matias
As a job seeker, you shouldn't overlook the importance of a cover letter. If written strategically, a cover letter increases your chances for consideration, and provides an opportunity to ...

The Not-So-Effective Cover Letter -- Roger Clark
Heres a newsflash: Cover letters work, plain and simple. This is why Im intrigued by the fact that a) jobseekers rarely submit them and b) hiring managers seldom read them. As a result, I started ...

Tips on How to Write High Impact Letters of Recommendation -- Roger Clark
Congratulations. Youve been asked to write a letter of recommendation for an employee or colleague. This person values your opinion of him or her, and youd be glad to help them advance. The problem ...

Beat the Crowd with Winning Resume Cover Letters -- Roger Clark
Far too many people underestimate the importance of resume cover letters. In a sense, a well written cover letter works like an agent on your behalf. It tosses a sales pitch for you to the employer, ...

Pair Your Powerful Resume with a Great Cover Letter -- Kathleen MacNaughton
Every great resume deserves a great cover letter. A cover letter is crucial because its the first thing the hiring manager sees. And you only have seconds to grab his or her attention. So, you have ...

Resume Writing Dos and Don'ts -- John D Williamson
Do these things Include your full name - don't use nicknames or abbreviations Use a telephone number that you can always answer - use a cell phone if possible or make sure there is an answering ...

Writing Great Cover Letters -- John D Williamson
Cover letters are an essential ingredient to your complete rsum package. This is the best opportunity for you to demonstrate your personal character, knowledge of the company and your business ...

Avoid Your CV Always Ending Up in the Bin -- Peter Fisher
Cover Letters must grab the reader's interest so that they immediately want to learn more about the writer (you). Your cover letter is generally the first document those potential employers will ...

Prepare A Winning CV -- Mel Dunn
There is every chance that elements of this article may not be appropriate for everyone in every situation and thats precisely the point! Every situation is different. No two projects are the same. ...

Teen Jobsearch, CV help, & Keyskills -- Mark Else
Lets review you! Get a pen and piece of paper and list all the skills that make you who you are, these can include things like; * A good listener This is when you are good at taking information in by ...

Resume Posting: Tips for Jobseekers -- William Werksman
Recruiting firms, like most businesses today, must embrace technology in order to prosper. Part of modern recruiting is understanding the value and benefit of internet job boards. They give ...

Youre Ready for a Career Change - Is Your Resume? -- Heather Eagar
You finally did it. You made the decision to leave a career that makes you dread every Monday morning and pursue one that you feel is your true calling. Congratulations! Making the decision was the ...

Three Myths About Resume Writing -- Ruth Anderson
Your perspective on resumes what they are and how they function will doubtless influence how well you can write your own. To create an outstanding resume, begin by questioning and replacing some of ...

Does Your Resume Have What It Takes To Survive The First Cut? -- Ruth Anderson
Qualifications" or "Personal Profile") uses bullets and succinct wording to highlight what is likely to most intrigue the employer. Before writing this section, make a list of the 5 to 10 criteria ...

Is Your Resume Doing ITS Job? -- Angela Betts
Is it opening doors to new opportunities? Does it compel the reader to think, Hey! This applicant can put that one on top of the call in for an interview' pile! Does it showcase what you have ...

Always Have a Current Resume -- Dee Piziak
What is the biggest mistake people make with resumes? People write their resumes as a chronological summary of everything theyve done in their professional lives. Employers only care about one thing: ...

Resume Writing - Tips and Advice -- Martin Smith
Job-hunting is not the most exciting thing in the world but you can make it easier. The key is organization. Keep a record of companies you have applied and any contacts that may or may not have with ...

Resume Writing - Things to Consider -- Martin Smith
You are looking for a job and you are out to land the job of a lifetime. It can happen! Before you consider want ads, job websites, or making inquiries of companies you are interested in, you will ...

Why Your CV/Resume is Not Generating The Interview Offers You Want -- Gerard McLoughlin
If your current CV or resume is not generating the interview offers you want, it is time to start assessing it. Check to see that the following descriptors apply: *Begins with a succinct, clearly ...

Resume Writing Tips -- Joshua Nay
Make sure that your resume is up to date with your latest job experience and educational accomplishments. Have a friend or relative evaluate your resume to see if it is clear, consistent, and fairly ...

How to Write a Better CV (UK), or Resume (USA and elsewhere) -- Stephen Thompson
The first point to make is that the terms "CV" and "Resume" (with or more often without the French acute accents over the e's) are virtually interchangeable in the UK; they mean the same thing, ...

Why Use a Resume Writer or Resume-writing Service? -- Stephen Thompson
Here are some of the questions we have been asked by our clients or potential clients in the past, together with our answers to them. We hope you find them useful, and that they help you to make an ...

Resume 101 -- Will Twiner
Whether youve been downsized, are looking for a career change or are just starting out, your resume speaks volumes about you. If your resume doesnt make it past the first cut, youre doomed; no matter ...

Your Resume is Just One of the Tools in Your Job Search -- Todd Jirecek
A resume is a tool. It allows employers to see what skills you have and what benefits you bring to the table. When an employers looks over your resume they will most likely scan for highlighted ...

What Me? Lie On My Resume? Who Will Know? -- Marilyn Tellez
The temptation to lie on a resume is great! How can it hurt if I stretch the truth a bit? Employers see lots of resumes. How are they going to know who lies and who doesn't? Whoa! Let's stop ...

Writing Resumes That Attract Your Perfect Job -- Jeannette Kraar
Let me introduce you to Ben. He made it happen Ben was a comptroller. He liked what he did and wanted to find a similar job after his position was eliminated during a re-organization. He brought to ...

The 10 Second Window of Opportunity, Resume Hour Glass -- Vinodh Pushparaj
Do you know that a hiring manager just spends 10 second with your resume before deciding to forward or junk it? Ten seconds is all you got, to impress that person to get to the next step of the ...

Resume Tune Up -- Murray Gray
Employers have fears, uncertainty and DOUBT (the FUD factor) over your ability to actually do what you claim you can do in your resume and cover letter. Combine this with the fact that EVERY ...

Effective Resume and Cover Letter Writing - Part One -- Nell Taliercio
To begin, make a decision to discard any former knowledge learned about the rules of resume and cover letter writing. People commonly become stuck in bad writing habits from a time gone by. It is ...

Resumes That Rock (16 Expert Tips) -- Karen Fritscher-Porter
It's never too early to update your resume, even if you're not searching for a new job. Why? Updating your resume is a valuable reminder to yourself of your practical value to employers. ...

Do You Have a "Hotsy-Totsy" Resume? -- Marilyn Tellez
I begin this article with a bit of slang description. What do I mean by a "hotsy totsy" resume? I mean one that does the following for you, the job seeker and a possible employer. 1. It has a concise ...

Resumes Aren't Important - They are Everything When it Comes to Getting an Interview -- Roger Clark
Employers and recruiters receive hundreds of resumes for every position they are trying to fill. To select their shortlist of candidates to interview, they look for the most common resume mistakes ...

What You Should Never Put on Your Resume -- Roger Clark
Liars Get Caught! What NOT to Put on Your Resume "Everybody does it" as they say. Face it, the job market can be a very tough place to compete. If everyone inflates their experience then how can an ...

Auto-Disqualification - When Your Resume Never Reaches the Decision Maker -- Steven Bristow
How would you know if your resume did or didnt reach the appropriate decision maker? You can truly never know for certain. However, there are steps you can take to ensure that your resume does not ...

CVs And Resumes Sometimes Just Get In The Way -- Peter Fisher
As a head-hunter and Career Coach I see so many CVs and resumes that look as though they are designed to get in the way of what I (or any other recruiter) might need to know about you the candidate. ...

Rewriting Your Resume? 7 Easy Ways To Give Yourself An Upgrade -- Nigel Patterson
In today's competitive job market, a first class resume is an essential tool for winning an interview. The way in which you present your skills, achievements and experience on paper will ...

Make Your Resume Keyword Rich and Scanner Friendly -- Mary Carroll
If you havent looked for a job recently, there are new tactics that hiring professionals are using that you should be aware of before updating your resume. Employers and recruiters increasingly rely ...

The Five Most Common - And Most Avoidable - Rsum Errors -- Jaimie Marzullo
Writing an effective rsum can certainly be challenging. There are numerous rules and none of them apply 100% of the time. It is often much easier for people to craft their document if they understand ...

Reviving Your Resume -- Amy Finley
A resume may not be who you are, but to a potential employer, it may be all they see of you and make or break your chance for your next interview. While many of us either spend long hours crafting ...

Five Fabulous Resume Tips for College Grads (or Anybody) -- Samantha Gregory-Applewhite
Fluffy clouds. Chirping birds. Green trees. Colorful flowers. Its springtime! All of these things bring thoughts of joy and serenity to most people, but to you, dear college senior, it is usually a ...

Small File Box With Resumes to Help Customers -- Lance Winslow
I bet you have not thought about it much, but there are many ways you can help your customers in their daily lives. If you have a customer who just got laid off from their job, tell them you will be ...

TMI: The Resume Destroyer -- Pierre Daunic
They say my rsum should be only one page long. Is that correct? Not necessarily. Many rsums are rightly two, three, or even more pages in length. On the other hand, many rsums are far longer than ...

Online Resume Formats -- Michelle Roebuck
There are several types of online resume formats that can be used when contacting potential employers. When you search for job openings online, some companies will have on their websites which online ...

History Reports: When Your Resume Equals, "I Did This, I Did This, I Did This" -- Steven Bristow
Do these sound familiar? I worked for My responsibilities were My duties included Does a prospective employer care about what you did for other companies? Of course they do, but that doesnt mean ...

Does Your Resume Lack Vision? -- David Richter
Youre just getting over the shock of having become unemployed. You know you need to begin a job search, but you may not know the best way to proceed, or where to start. More than likely, you will ...

Common Resume Myths & Misconceptions -- Matthew Keegan
For the person crafting their first rsum the task can seem a little bit daunting, even a bit frightening. Human Resources [HR] specialists, rsum writing professionals, school advisors, and even ...

How to Create a Great Electronic Resume -- Vincent Czaplyski
After creating the perfect resume, you then need to distribute it. You'll likely be sending some professionally printed hard copies, especially to "A list" companies or organizations you've ...

5 Ways to Drastically Improve Your Resume in 10 Minutes of Less -- Vincent Czaplyski
Follow these quick and easy tips to build yourself a better resume in under 10 minutes flat. * Use strong, action oriented language that describes specific skills or accomplishments. Go through your ...

Four Simple Steps To Better Results With Your Resume -- Jeff Altman
Is every job description you read the same? No. Is every job you submit your resume to the same? Of course they arent. If all these job descriptions are different, why do you submit the same resume? ...

Five Biggest Resume Mistakes You Can Fix Yourself -- Cathy Goodwin
A career consultant can diagnose and overhaul a troubled resume. But you can check off the basics yourself. Mistake #1. "The mystery applicant." No contact information. Fix: List a daytime phone ...

Ten Tips to a Powerful Resume -- Cathy Goodwin
A new resume can jump-start your career. Your network contacts may ask for a resume and some industries absolutely, positively demand a resume as the price of admission. Does your resume come across ...

7 Steps To A Job-Winning Resume -- Cathy Goodwin
A new resume can jump-start your career. Your network contacts may ask for a resume and some industries absolutely, positively demand a resume as the price of admission. When you begin thinking of ...

Why Choose A Professionally Written Resume? -- Vincent Czaplyski
Good question, considering that nowadays you can find many useful resources to help you write your own resume (including many located at http://www.impressive-resumes.com). A professionally written ...

Six of the Best for a Winning Resume -- Jonathan Lewis
1. Be Complete Make sure that your resume includes EVERYTHING your prospective employer would need to know to be able to offer you an interview. It is NOT unheard of for your carefully-crafted cover ...

Online Resume Tips and Secrets -- Matthew Keegan
I manage a website for corporate flight attendants that features resumes prominently listed on the first page of the site. Unlike some careers, corporate flight attendants must promote themselves ...

Tips For Successful Job Hunting: How To Get A Job Without A Resume -- Thei Zervaki
I am in my mid-thirties, and, as you can imagine, I have changed and looked for jobs many times in my life. No matter how successful was in my job hunting research, I realized that there are certain ...

Electronic Resume Writing Tips That Boost Your Interview Appointment Success -- Leroy Chan
Electronic Resume Writing Tips That Boost Your Interview Appointment Success Before you write your resume in a word processor, print it, and hand out copies to prospective employers, you should ...

What Not To Include In Your Resume -- Michelle Roebuck
Do you have a difficult time determining what does not go in your job resume? The rule of thumb is to only put enough information about your qualifications in your resume in order to get the employer ...

Who Should Write Your Resume? -- Joan Ridley
This is a question we get a lot. It seems rather easy to do it yourself if you have access to a word processing program and printer and feel comfortable writing your job history. I always wrote my ...

How Long Does It Take To Write A Resume? -- Michelle Roebuck
Many people can easily write a resume in just a couple of hours. They can do this by following a resume sample and just writing their information in place of the sample. This is the quick and easy ...

Resume Writing Tips -- Dale Lawrence
Resume Writing doesnt have to be a solo gig Resume writing can be the bottleneck to advancements in your career. If you find yourself getting writers block consider getting help. You can find experts ...

Writing Resumes -- Dale Lawrence
Use a resume as a foot in the door When you go to college, they dont really teach you how to advance your career. In order to get the jobs you want, you need to know how to write an effective resume ...

Resume Writing - Importance of a Professional Summary -- R.G. Srinivasan
The Summary is the preview of your entire resume. This may be be the only part that an interviewer or employer might read for shortlisting your resume. This may be the only section an employer reads ...

Resumes OR CV : Get That Job -- Neen James
Your resume is your sales document. It tells the world of your achievements, capabilities and roles you have enjoyed. It should standalone and represents you well. To impress your potential employers ...

Power Resumes Writing Your Objectives -- R.G. Srinivasan
A powerful resume starts with a good statement of objective. This is the headline of your advertisement promoting yourself. The headline has to be simple yet state with clarity that you are the ...

Find Free Resumes Online -- Kim Proulx
Have you been spending money on countless job boards, only to find that they dont offer the types of candidates you need? If the answer is yes, dont fret any longer, youre about to learn crafty ...

Writing Powerful Resumes 10 Golden Rules -- R.G. Srinivasan
Your resume is your sales letter. It may not get you the job. But it must get you an interview. The resume should be written to arouse the interest of the employer so that you get your appointment ...

Avoid Mistakes and Gaffes in Your Job Resume -- Michelle Roebuck
Having mistakes and gaffes in your job resume spell disaster for your job search. The last thing an employer needs is to look at a poorly written resume. The employer is looking at possibly dozens of ...

Resume Writing - Get That Job -- Martin Smith
Looking for a new job, whether it is with a new company or a promotion within your own organisation, requires time and effort. To make your job search more effective you need to take five fundamental ...

What Recruiters Hate About Resumes And Cover Letters -- Kevin Donlin
Today, I'm going to share with you the awful truth about resumes and cover letters. Here it is: Most of them stink. That's not just my opinion, although I've read nearly 15,000 resumes ...

The Computer-Friendly Resume -- Laura Murray
The evolution of technology is changing the traditional methods for job searching and recruiting. More and more companies are now relying on computers to initiate the process of hiring and are ...

3 Resume Secrets the Pros Use -- Kevin Donlin
You don't write a resume every day. Not even every month or year, most likely. So you can't be expected to do it flawlessly every time, right? After all, you're not a professional. Well, ...

Resume That Effectively Promotes You! -- R.G. Srinivasan
Imagine for a moment that you have created a wonderful product. You are excited at the possibilities of attaining name, fame and wealth marketing this product. You create a business plan and a ...

Creating a Winning Resume -- Lindsey Hadwin
Preparing your resume can often seem like a daunting task. Youve done your research, but there is so much information, and how do you pick from the countless formats?! Writing your resume doesnt have ...

10 Tips For Writing A Winning Resume -- Shaun Fawcett
Your resume (or curriculum vitae), combined with the cover letter, are the master keys to opening the prospective employer's mind and door so that you can proceed to the next step in the process ...

Resume Success Factors--What Exactly Is A Resume Anyway? -- Peter Hill
You know you're good...real good. The problem, though, is that you are struggling to demonstrate just how good you are on paper. Ah...the resume. If you've ever written one you know what a ...

Get a Job! Tips for Organizing Your Resume -- Stacey Agin Murray
Whether you're a Vice President of Marketing or a recent college grad, your resume is the 'key' to opening the doors of employment. It is an employer's first impression of you and ...

Useless Resume Objectives -- Rita Fisher
Whats wrong with an objective on a resume? The problem with objectives on resumes is that a typical objective is self-centered and self-serving; therefore, it is useless. Instead of an objective, use ...

Get In The Game With a Stellar Resume -- Linda Matias
During the job hunter's market of the 1990's, employers were settling for less than qualified candidates because the candidate pool was so small. Job hunters were able to name their price and ...

Three Steps to Writing Your Own Resume -- Linda Matias
While most professionals hire a professional resume writer, some draft their own resume. People who write a lot for business usually have more success in putting together a sharp, focused ...

Effective Resumes -- Colin Ong TS
A resume is normally the first contact point between an employer and a job seeker. It serves the purpose of providing a summary of why a candidate is suitable for a job (cover-letter) and his ...

Writing A Great Resume, Part 1 -- Jane Fulton
Need a great resume to land that great job coming up? We are going to learn to create an eye-catching resume, using Microsoft Word. First, you need to collect all the information you will need to ...

Writing A Great Resume, Part 2 -- Jane Fulton
TIP: Update your resume often. Be sure to add details of any training course, new interests and areas of responsibility. Continue to style your resume the way we did it before. Use Bold font for ...

Resume Formats ... The Hidden Pitfalls -- Roger Clark
Deciding on a resume format is the first major decision to be made when creating your resume. The overall look of your resume depends on the resume format, font and outline you choose. The two main ...

Resume Layouts ... The Hidden Pitfalls -- Roger Clark
Options for Resume Layouts There are many options of available to today's job seeker. With a quick change of graphical elements such as fonts and style, the feel of a resume can change from ...

7 Secrets of a Highly-Effective Resume Cover Letter -- Jimmy Sweeney
Just like the late, great Rodney Dangerfield, the "humble" cover letter gets no respect. Job-seekers spend so much time and energy on their resumes they've got nothing left to offer their poor, ...

The Interviewable Resume -- Linda Matias
It is rumored that the only word William Shakespeare wrote on his resume was Available. Well probably never know if that is true. But it raises an interesting question. How much information is too ...

How To Choose The Right Resume Format -- Fayola Peters
After a thirty (30) second glance lots of resumes get thrown into the wastebasket. One of the reasons this happens is because the resume writer has failed to use the appropriate resume format. Each ...

Ten Resume Writing Tips You Cant Live Without -- Theresa Castro
For some job opening, employers receive hundreds and even thousands of resumes. When you are looking for a job, how can you best promote yourself? How can you convince a prospective employer to ...

Resume Outline - Add Structure & Flow to Your Resume -- Roger Clark
Building your resume, based on a resume outline will give it structure and flow... it provides an outline of all the things you should include in your resume. A resume is one of the most important ...

There's No Need to Pad Your Resume -- Linda Matias
It seems like a good idea, harmless in fact. Your friends assure you that everybody does it and that employers rarely check resume facts. Going on blind faith and convinced the truth hasnt been ...

Resume Objectives ... The Hidden Pitfalls -- Roger Clark
Why Use Resume Objectives Before we can discuss the pitfalls you first need to understand the reasons for including your resume objectives and how they relate to your resume and interview selection ...

6 Vital Tips For Creating A Superior Resume -- Rita Fisher
1: Keep It Short Considering that initially HR personnel only spend approximately 10-20 seconds on a resume, the shorter your resume, the most desirable it is. Aim for one page. Of course, it is ...

5 Tips for Customizing your Resume -- Jessica Klein
Gone are the days of the bland, generic one-page resume. Employers these days are more impressed by a resume that is customized and they tend to give jobs to interviewees that have a bit of knowledge ...

The 10-Step Resume Critique -- Peter Hill
Your resume will generally receive a 15- to 30-second scan upon first review by an employer. With that in mind, it is critical that your resume -- your "paper handshake" -- makes a positive first ...

The Right Way To Send Your Resume -- Don Goodman
Having a great resume is the first critical step in a successful job search. Unfortunately, most people dont know the best ways to get that resume noticed. In todays job market, where you are ...

7 Tips for Writing Winning Resume Cover Letters -- Donna Monday
Writing a good resume cover letter is something you should seriously consider when preparing to send off your resume to potential employers. Here are seven important cover letter writing tips: ...

Should You Lie On Your Resume? -- Donna Monday
Warning: Lying on your resume could cost you your job and your freedom. Picture this. Youre sitting at your desk working away happily at a company youve been employed with for ten years. Youve had ...

Resume Writing and Preparation is Free Online -- Donna Monday
Creating a strong resume is a very important part of applying for a job, either online or off line. There are many resume writing services that will help you build an impressive resume for job ...

Why You Only Really Need Four Sample Resumes -- Roger Clark
Any job seeker looking for sample resumes usually doesnt have to look very far. A multitude of sites today are offering free sample resumes on the internet in addition to the avalanche of books that ...

How NOT to Write a Resume -- Kevin Donlin
You can learn a lot about how to do something right by first learning what NOT to do. Take resumes, for example. I review about 200-300 a month, and most have at least 2-3 mistakes. Yet, all those ...

Beat the Crowd with Winning Resume Cover Letters -- Roger Clark
Far too many people underestimate the importance of resume cover letters. In a sense, a well written cover letter works like an agent on your behalf. It tosses a sales pitch for you to the employer, ...

Create A Rappin Resume -- Barbara Snyder
(Percussion sounds emanating from who knows where while you listen to the cadence of the words below.) Its time to sell yourself. May the words light up the way. Its now your chance to shine, And its ...

Resume Posting: Tips for Jobseekers -- William Werksman
Recruiting firms, like most businesses today, must embrace technology in order to prosper. Part of modern recruiting is understanding the value and benefit of internet job boards. They give ...

Resume Objectives: How Do You Know if Resume Objectives Are Right for You? -- Kathleen MacNaughton
Some experts say NEVER bother with resume objectives. While others say they should be an essential element on every resume. So, how do you know who is right? The simple answer is... no one is ...

Pair Your Powerful Resume with a Great Cover Letter -- Kathleen MacNaughton
Every great resume deserves a great cover letter. A cover letter is crucial because its the first thing the hiring manager sees. And you only have seconds to grab his or her attention. So, you have ...

Top 10 Resume Writing Tips to Get You the Interview -- Kathleen MacNaughton
There are many reasons why you could be in the market for a new job right now. Perhaps... ==> You just graduated from high school--or even better, college--and youre ready to strike out on a quest ...

Finally Revealed: The Top 7 Resume Killers? -- Brian Stephenson
During my job search I read dozens of books and articles took programs and even sat at the feet of two of the most experienced Human Resource professionals. In a few moments, you will learn the real ...

Writing a Resume: To Template or Not To Template? -- Kathleen MacNaughton
Are free resume templates a viable answer to preparing a killer resume? Its a fact that if your resume doesnt stand out--both in terms of content AND appearance-- youll find it very difficult to get ...

Job Search: Age-Proofing Your Resume -- Virginia Bola, PsyD
Older job hunters fear interviews where their age cannot be concealed and where an initial response of dismay on an interviewer's face, quickly hidden, confirms their anticipation of ...

Resumes That Work: 3 Steps to More and Better Interviews -- Jeff Altman
All of us involved with helping you get a new job, whether as third party recruiters or as representatives of a company, are evaluating you for employment are all receiving hundreds of emailed ...

What A Former Stay At Home Mom Knows About Creating A Stunning Resume That You Don't -- Brian Stephenson
Recently I was asked to touch up a friends resume. Her challenge was simple. She was a stay-at-home mom who had not worked in four years. A difficult task however, with the information in this ...

How To Write A Job Winning Resume That Puts Yours On Top -- Julia Tang
Many people would love to get a better job. And most of these same people have the proper training and skills to achieve this goal. Unfortunately, so many job hunters have very poor communication ...

Resurrecting the Perfect Resume, Part Two -- Cheryl Lynch Simpson
Are you in denial about the lifelessness of your resume? If you are reasonably qualified for the type of work you seek, yet your resume is consistently failing to win you interviews, then you need to ...

Resurrecting the Perfect Resume, Part One -- Cheryl Lynch Simpson
Is your resume dead? Dont be so quick to say, No way! Of the hundreds of resumes Ive seen written by job seekers of all backgrounds and educational levels, easily 95% qualify to be labelled as ...

Crafting A Stellar Career Summary For Your Resume -- Cheryl Lynch Simpson
Are you a career changer? Or, are you satisfied with your stable career but interested in updating your resume? Are you a professional who has tried different things but are still searching for the ...

The Perfect Resume -- Cheryl Lynch Simpson
The perfect resume presents hiring managers with a four-fold vision of who you are and what you bring to the table: The perfect resume offers Logical Proofs: Facts Quantifiable data Logical ...

15 Tips for Writing Winning Resumes -- Ann Hackett
The thought of writing a resume intimidates almost anyone. It's difficult to know where to start or what to include. It can seem like an insurmountable task. Here are 15 tips to help you not only ...

175 Power Verbs and Phrases for Resumes, Cover Letters, and Interviews -- Cheryl Lynch Simpson
While youre revamping your resume or cover letter or constructing your proof-by-example stories for interviews, youll find you need to watch your word choice. Why? Communication is powerful if the ...

Resume Tips To Take You From SAHM to WAHM -- Kim Bauer
When looking for a telecommuting position, it is very important to have your resume in tip-top shape. This is often the only thing that a potential employer has to base a hiring decision on since ...

Does Your Resume Contain Action Words? -- Candace Davies, A+ Resumes for Teachers
A resume is a marketing summary of your relevant talents, experiences, and contributions as an employee. It provides a synopsis of who you are as a professional and what value you can bring to the ...

Does Your Resume Lead Off with a Strong Profile? -- Candace Davies, A+ Resumes for Teachers
Your resume Profile is one of the first sections that a recruitment officer or decision maker will view when scanning your resume. Regardless of what position you are applying for, your career focus ...

Creating Online Friendly Resumes -- Candace Davies, A+ Resumes for Teachers
eResumes Include ASCII text, HTML, Digital, Internet, and Scannable Resumes. Online resumes, also known as eResumes, are increasing in popularity among school districts, recruiters, and human ...

Creating a Winning Resume -- Candace Davies, A+ Resumes for Teachers
A resume can make or break your employment future success. Simply put, your resume is a marketing tool that advertises your skills and abilities to a potential employer. It can either open or close ...

A Winning Cover Letter -- Candace Davies, A+ Resumes for Teachers
So, your resume is polished and youre ready to begin sending it to potential school district. Right? WAIT! If you were a potential district receiving a lonely resume with no specific direction or ...

What Not to do in an Interview -- Candace Davies, A+ Resumes for Teachers
As you are aware, the staff at A+ Resumes for Teachers has the privilege of working closely with many administrators, creating powerful documents that ensure they get the job they deserve, and also ...

Prepare Yourself for these Interview Questions -- Candace Davies, A+ Resumes for Teachers
1) Lets pretend its the first day of school and you are a first grade teacher. How would you prepare your classroom? This question is to test how well you manage the classroom. The philosophy is, the ...

Learn to Conquer Behavioral Interview Questions -- Candace Davies, A+ Resumes for Teachers
The big interview has arrived: are you prepared for what lies ahead? Will you know what the employer is looking for? Behavioral interviews are a targeted selection technique utilized by many ...
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