I read many, many resumes each month, yet I’m still surprised how many people have trouble looking at things from the hiring manager’s point of.
You’ve spent hours in all of your free time (insert eye roll here) trying to write a resume that *hopefully* communicates your skills and experience.
The purpose of a resume is to paint the best professional picture of yourself as possible in a relatively short amount of time. When people.
At Executive Drafts, we are big fans of a short, narrative introduction of your skills by writing a small summary. The idea is to write.
Did you just stumble upon an opening for your dream job at your dream company? Is that job opening closing today?! Take a breather! Sending.
Your resume is all ready to go. You’ve spent hours updating it, highlighting your transferable skills, quadruple checking the document for typos and now comes.
Every job seeker sending in a resume to a potential employer wants to believe there’s actually someone on the receiving end that reads their entire.
Have you ever noticed how much information is out there about how to get your resume noticed? If not, believe us – there is an.
It’s one thing to add a college, graduate program, or certificate on your resume, but if you have an engineering degree and you don’t know.
Your resume is your first impression on a potential employer. A well-written document is a strictly objective and succinct recap of your professional. Avoid turning.
First impressions are still a big deal, so since your resume is your first introduction to a hiring manager, isn’t it imperative that it stands.
Yikes, there’s a lot of resume advice floating around out there! Some good, some not so good and we understand it has to leave you.
Unless you have a respectable resume, the chances of getting in the door for a job interview are pretty slim – even if you’re the.
There was a time when you used the “prime real estate” at the top of your resume to declare your objective. This was where you.
I’m still in college – the world of work is years away so why do I need a resume? Because you do! With a well-constructed.
Mastering the skill of resume writing is harder than the average writer thinks! Your chance of landing an interview is much higher if you have.
Long gone are the days of submitting an education and job history resume. The resumes of today are interactive and social and spring to life.
From clothing ads (based on your recent online shopping excursion) that get served up via Facebook to the Venti soy no-whip Frappuccino your ordered at.
Disguising a spotty job history, avoiding showing your age, trying to get around resume-screening software are all things some people look at when putting together.