Self-assessment makes you become aware of your talents and skills, of what makes you unique. You want potential employers to notice you as one of the best candidates for the job. This is what will encourage them to invite you for an interview.
After reading these tips, you no longer have to feel rejected and dejected. In your next job hunting, you will feel equipped and more prepared. You will get more leads and higher interview rates. You will be confident to hit the send button every time you submit your resume.
How to respond to a recruiter email. Whatever the situation, knowing how to respond to a recruiter inquiry is an essential career skill. Here are 5 examples to help point you in the right direction.
A study released by Ladders.com, an online job-matching service, showed that recruiters only spend an average of six seconds reviewing each resume in a job search. Here's how to make sure yours stands out in six seconds so that you make it to the next step.
Writing a cover letter is often the most dreaded part of the job search and application process. Learning how to create a versatile template for any job will make it quick and simple to update your cover letter for each job application.
In a perfect world, employers would get to really know you before they made a decision. That's not the case, so you need to craft the ideal resume to stand out from the crowd. Learn how to do so below with the trick of a first-date mindset!
Considering applying for a job you love but you don't have all the qualifications or years of experience? With the right resume and interview tactics, it's possible to land a job without enough years of experience or all the specific skills if you can back up your qualifications in other areas.
Using a standard cover letter may not disqualify you from being considered for job, but it is a missed opportunity to stand out as an applicant. Here are tips on how to personalize cover letters.
This article explores what is involved in writing an effective cover letter for a job application and includes tips and procedures on how to make it practical, noticeable, and compelling.
The formatting of your resume is just as, if not more important than the actual contents.
Take out the high school work experience and college clubs! Here's how to update your resume with real work experience to keep your career going after your first job or first year in an industry.
Write a letter of reference that will stand out from the crowd and yield results. Here are useful tips on creating a persuasive endorsement letter for scholarships, employment, or school admission.
If you need to fill a void in your resume, or are just graduating from college, use club participation to help showcase your skills to potential employers. This article shows you how to best showcase your club talents.
When replying to a job ad by email, every word in your message counts. From writing a clear subject line to using a professional name, your attention to detail will increase your chances of getting called in for an interview. Here are more tips to ensure your emailed job application will be opened.
In my career I've been amazed by how many top-notch professionals crash and burn when it comes to writing a CV. They may be excellent lawyers, accountants,whatever, but if they want a new job they need to sell themselves.
Here is an explanation of what makes a quality résumé objective statement, as well as examples of objectives in the hospitality industry.
Writing a meaningful objective for a resume can delay the completion of the document. To ease this process, this article shares inside information on effective objective statements that will result in more interviews (with video and written examples).