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A recruiter while going through your resume will skim it to look for the skills that you have and are essential for the job you are applying for. For this purpose it is mandatory to always keep a separate key skills section in your resume. You should always aim at making your resume so recruiter-friendly that the recruiter doesn’t have to search for information there. Missing out on a Key Skills section is probably going to cost you a lost and even can be the reason for your gateway to...
In case you're intimidated at the idea of composing a resume, don't stress, you're not alone. Composing a resume can really be troublesome on the off chance that you don't recognize what things to incorporate, avoid, and emphasize. Employing managers and HR professionals get hundreds to thousands of resumes each day. In view of this, your immediate target is to get these individuals to think about your resume and not discard it right in the trash can. You can achieve this by handing out a...
The first step in your job search is to invest some time in writing or updating your resume and cover letter. However, most people don’t look forward to formatting and writing a resume. That’s where a good resume writing service comes in handy. A good resume writing service should consider your past experience and your career goals. A good service will also ensure your resume passes and ATS which is a resume screener most companies use. There are Professional Resume Services Online...
Saw an article recently on one of the online news sites that stated hiring managers and recruiters are no longer considering the long-term unemployed for work. The cut-off date for ‘long-term’ is currently six months without a job. As most of us know, that’s not even close to reality for many of the unemployed. One year, even two years isn’t all that unusual, especially if the jobs in your industry have been shipped overseas (think customer service, high tech, etc.) or...
Surprisingly, more than 70% of adults are seeking new jobs on a continuous basis. A great number of people are potentially ready to change their current jobs. Fierce competition in the market stimulates job seekers to polish their resume writing skills. On average, employers spend 5-10 seconds when reading resumes of potential candidates. Therefore, you need to catch and retain employers’ attention to be able to override your multiple competitors. But how to do it? This article relates to...
Unless otherwise explicitly instructed by the employer, every resume sent out must be accompanied by a cover letter to introduce it. The cover letter serves a number of purposes:  1. The cover letter gives you a chance to personally introduce yourself to your prospective employer. The cover letter also gives the employer a glimpse into your personality, and if your portrayed personality is compelling enough, it gives the employer a reason to want to learn more about you in the...
Every recruiter works with the objective of selecting a great talent for their organization. But, finding the right talent can be a challenge. After posting your job descriptions on job boards, there is every possibility of receiving hundreds of resumes on a daily basis. The difficult part is to screen these resumes and then select the best ones out of them. Frankly speaking, it is important for a recruiter to note the things that the resume does not say along with the things that it does. Here...
How To Write A Job Transfer Request There are a couple of reasons that a person may need to write a job transfer. The first is because they have spotted an open position within the company that they would like. The second is because a personal reason has necessitated the need to relocate or change a work shift. The first thing to keep in mind, no matter which style letter you are writing, is that this letter is being written in the hopes of getting another job. While that job is within the...
Job search professionals advise that job seekers use networking as a main tool in the job search. Networking sounds challenging, but the process does not have to be hard.Each day people leave jobs and employers look for employees to fill those same jobs. A job seeker often does not hear about these jobs unless he has a connection to the employer. This same job seeker could learn about more job openings with effective use of networking. Some common places to network include place of employment,...
Did you know that volunteering can actually help you get employed? You might be surprised to hear that, yes it is helpful when searching for a job. Moreover, it will make you even a better candidate than the others. It might be weird for you to do something for free if you have never been volunteering, but you need to think of it from the other side then. More than 2 million people become volunteers each year and this number keeps increasing. And it's not a secret that volunteer work might...
The economic downturn the world has been facing the last few years hits very close to home when it comes to the property investors and small business owners. There are many in both circles that have lost their shirt in this market shift. It hasn’t been pretty for anyone. We know that unemployment is way up, but entrepreneurs are not even counted in these figures. So the number of people out of work and business is probably double what they have projected.   Down But Not...
Job seekers are always bombarded by advice on what they should do to find a job, but you rarely hear about what not to do when job hunting. Here are the mistakes you should avoid. If you're considering attending a job fair, don't bother. Job fairs are, for the most part, a waste of time. Frequently, thousands of employers will attend these fairs, but they will not accept resumes at the time. Also don't bother earning a professional certification that is not in demand. Before you seek out some...
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