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  Why you’re not getting the job
by Miriam Salpeter - Jun, 2011
It’s one of the most difficult and frustrating questions to face. Job seekers usually don’t receive feedback from hiring managers or interviewers, let alone hear why their resume may not have been selected for an interview. Instead, they are left to wonder if there is something wrong with them. I don’t advise job seekers rely too much on the old stand-by reasons why they didn’t get the job: ageism (they want a 25-year old,...
 
  How You Should BE for an Interview
by Thomas J. Denham - Jun, 2011
What happens during the interview will determine your future. Make no mistake, you are a commodity and the most successful job hunter is the one that can close the sale. Your Goal: Convince the interviewer that you are absolutely the best person to fill the position. Remember: Ultimately, every question an interviewer asks you is related to one simple question: “Why should I hire you?” All of your long hours of hard w...
 
  College Graduates Need A Budget
by Bob Roth - Jun, 2011
When students graduate from college and begin to work and earn a salary, it makes sense for them to establish a budget. Unfortunately, that process can be both eye opening and frustrating. That is because most young adults will not earn enough money to pay for everything they think they need. “Budget: A mathematical confirmation of your suspicions.” -- A. A. Latimer The first realization will be that employees do not...
 
  How to Utilize Numbers to Create an Accomplishment-Based Resume
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Jun, 2011
When writing a resume, one of your biggest challenges is figuring out how to get the message across that you’re a results-maker. One of the best ways to get this done is by using numbers. Quantifying what you’ve accomplished helps the hiring manager envision what you can get done at a new company. Want to know how to get it done? Here are some tips to consider. Look at the Amount of What You’ve Accomplished A great way t...
 
  3 Techniques to Avoid a Boring, Never-Gets-Read Resume
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Jun, 2011
Writing resumes can be tedious—and even stressful at times. If any of us could help it, we’d probably write one resume, create a blanket e-mail that read, “Here I am! Hire me!”, add the e-mail address of every hiring manager on the planet, and then hit send. But we know this isn’t the way to go—which is why we create different resumes for each job. The problem is, that oftentimes our resumes manage to look the same anywa...
 
  3 Tips for Writing Your First Resume after Being Fired
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Jun, 2011
There’s often nothing more shocking than being fired from a job. Not only is it difficult to lose an income, but the stigma attached to it can be difficult to overcome. For some, the idea of applying for a new job after being fired can be overwhelming. How do you tell a prospective employer that your old employer decided to let you go? There are ways to create a resume that doesn’t rain on an already-muddy situation. Let’s...
 
  3 Ways to Ease the Monotony of Resume Writing
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Jun, 2011
It’s true that everyone can get tired of writing resumes. But the reason for it isn’t usually laziness; it’s that the process can feel so tedious. Having to sit there and think about everything you’ve accomplished in your career can be overwhelming, especially since you have to incorporate different information into each resume every time you apply for a different position. The process can sometimes be so tedious that it...
 
  5 Key Questions to Ask When Writing Your Resume
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Jun, 2011
Are you in the middle of writing your resume but are having a difficult time finding the right information to include? Well, some of it is self-explanatory (education, job history, etc.), but sometimes it’s hard to decide which skills to include as well as which accomplishments within your work history to note. If you’re feeling stuck, it’s good to ask yourself some questions in order to get yourself moving. Here are five...
 
  From Entrepreneur to Executive: Key Resume Writing Tips to Get You a Job
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Jun, 2011
There are a lot of well-educated, hard-working professionals who, for a time, choose to strike out on their own as entrepreneurs. Undoubtedly, there are great lessons that can be learned from being either self-employed or from taking the initiative to start a company that employs others. Unfortunately, unless the company was immensely successful, it’s often difficult to translate the wonderful lessons learned onto a resume...
 
  How to Prepare for an Employment Background Check
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Jun, 2011
It’s a well-known fact that at some point in our job application process, we will probably have to face a background check. For most, the check is probably not so intimidating. We know we haven’t done anything significantly wrong—at least nothing that could compromise eligibility. What many don’t know is that employers take a lot more into consideration than criminal history. This is why it’s good to know how to prepare...
 
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