Here’s how to quantify your accomplishments on your resume to increase the probability of getting noticed – and help you land a job interview.
Did you resolve to get a new job or go for that promotion? It’s time to work out your resume! And these quick drills will help you do it.
Your resume should convey your career story. It needs to demonstrate the path of your experience and career goals. Not only should it detail your value to a potential employer, but also what you’ve done, who you did it for, and how you accomplished it – keeping in mind your job objectives and how
I love watching The Winter Olympic Games. From the opening ceremonies, through all the ski jumps and triple axels, to the hopeful anticipation and fulfillment of snowy dreams…I find it a bit magical. I also find that what comes with it is a great sense of teamwork and competition, and a clear common goal in mind: to win the
Welcome to Job Q&A From the Trenches! We answer your questions on building a resume, interviewing, searching for jobs and more – just ask! Q: I can’t fit my resume onto one page. Is a two page resume too long? A: Getting all your details into an effective, concise document is a challenge. Using a
Welcome to Job Q&A From The Trenches! We answer your questions on building your resume, interviewing, searching for jobs and more – just ask! Q: My friend suggested that I take time during my job search to volunteer – not only to get me out of the house, but also to improve my resume, is that