A resume is a living, breathing document! It should NEVER remain static, if it does, it will loose its relevance and perhaps become redundant. Workplaces and work requirements are changing rapidly and it’s important for job seekers to get a professionally written and rewritten resume completed for their job search.
DUI resumes can turn out amazing. Many do not make the first cut! If you’re not sure, ask an expert to review and advise.
Should you use written references or verbal referees on your resume. There is an important difference.
“OMG! Did I really say that?” How many times have you heard yourself say this post interview? You experience the after-shock and the rewind of the interview and worry yourself sick over what you said or didn’t say. Here are some helpful tips on interview preparation
“Is your resume getting you that interview?”
If it is, then you have a good resume, however, if it does not get you in front of a potential employer, it’s doing you NO favours! It should read like a sales document, it should “sell” your skills, experience and qualifications… it should make you like highly marketable!
Sadly, too many presentations are easy to forget. And that’s a big problem because the only reason the presenter gave the talk was to communicate something to you!
However, there are three basic things that you can do to ensure that your verbal messages are understood – and remembered – time and time again.
YES! Face book is used by prospective employers to help them assess the character or personality of a candidate. Sorry, it’s a fact that many employers do get on there and search around for your name and make all sorts of judgements on you. These judgements will often be wrong, but we are all human and judging is what we do!