With all the resumes recruiters have to read, it’s important that you use the right words to get your resume noticed and put in the ‘potential employee’ pile, -not the ‘forget about’ pile and eventually tossed out.
Can you imagine how many resumes one recruiter has to read? They easily... Click here to continue.
Have you ever done an interview and wished you could rewind the clock and redo it because you made some terrible blunders? I know the feeling.
I once arrived late for an interview. I tried to blame the weather and traffic, but I could see in the eyes of my... Click here to continue.
You may be unemployed for a while, and when you look to update your resume, you may not know how to explain the years you were out of a job.
Your prospective employer will question why you have gaps... Click here to continue.
Nurses need to write resumes that are unique and impressive.
In this article, I want to discuss the five common mistakes that you want to avoid.
There is no rule as to what length your resume should be; however, if it is longer than two pages, it may... Click here to continue.
When applying for a job, a cover letter shows that you are interested and care about the job.
It also serves to introduce you to the employer and explain why you are sending your resume.
Some people argue that employers receive too many resumes, and a cover... Click here to continue.
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