Tag: Resume Tips

For A Successful Job Search — Employment Counselling with Kelly Mitchell

What’s the first thing to do when you want to find work? a) Look at jobs posted on a job search board b) Update your resume c) Tell your friends and connections you’re looking The correct answer to the above? It’s not a, b or c. No.

Is it time to de-clutter your résumé? 10 items to consider

Originally posted on Things Career Related:
Recently one of my clients presented to me a seven-page résumé to critique. My first reaction was to see if there were duplicate documents. Nope, it was one résumé. Before I had a chance to speak, he said, “I know, it’s too long.” Too long was an understatement. I’m…

5-day Resume Challenge: How to make time to work on your resume when you’re too busy — Elite Product Management Coaching & Consulting

I’ve created a 5 day challenge that will help you manage your time and create your resume quickly and easily so that you can be prepared for new opportunities when they arise. 5-day Resume Challenge: How to make time to work on your resume when you’re too busy — Elite Product Management Coaching & Consulting Increase

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5 Tips for Writing a Better Resume — Building Your Future Now

A resume is a marketing tool to help you get an interview which will hopefully lead to a job. However, writing a good resume is essentially keeping things simple and to the point. You know you need to write down your work history, relevant skills and professional summary highlighting your goal(s) and what you’re going […]

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4 Tips to Writing a Better Resume — Building Your Future Now

Writing a resume can sometimes be quite the task. Although you know better than anyone else what your experience is and accomplishments are–you still might find the task daunting especially when you are on a tight deadline in looking for a job. Here are some tips you can use when writing your resume. 1.A strong […]

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3 reasons why a résumé alone will not land you a job

Originally posted on Things Career Related:
One of my close LinkedIn connections told me that a client of hers would only pay her for writing his résumé if she would guarantee he’d land a job. Needless to say, she didn’t take him on as a client. I think most rational individuals would agree that she…