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.
It’s a tale as old as resume-writing time: you start by writing an award-winning resume and wrap it up in a nice package by slapping.
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.
A cover letter is a one-page document that explains on a more personal level why you’re a suitable fit for any given job. While a.
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.
You’ve found the perfect job opening. It’s one you’re really passionate about, and you want everything to go well in the interview. Still, you’re nervous.
Soft skills are synonymous with “people skills.” The term describes those personal attributes that indicate a high level of emotional intelligence. Unlike hard skills, which.
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.
You’ve risen through the ranks. You started with internships and entry-level scutwork, made your mark as an individual contributor, and now you’re finding yourself in.
Spring is almost here and you still haven’t updated your resume! If you’re still contemplating what needs to be changed, here are five simple things.
This blog post is a continuance of “9 Reasons Your Resume Gets Rejected,” so check it out before you read further! For a recruiter, the.
Even though most job-seekers qualify to perform many different jobs, they still worry about their qualifications when it comes to job openings. Of course they.
Social media is and will continue to be the future for job seekers and recruiters, whether we like it or not! The fact is, 94%.
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.
Job applicants have used everything from Vine videos to infographics to candy wrappers to replace the standard resume. Unfortunately, they’re also a great way to.
Writing well doesn’t have to be difficult but if you’ve ever written a cover letter or resume, you understand just how hard it is to.
When it comes to searching for a job, there are two things you already know: Have your resume ready and brush up on your interview.
When you click the ‘submit application’ button to send your resume, have you ever considered that it might not land in front of human eyes?.
Headhunters match resumes to open job opportunities much like we match food cravings to a restaurant menu – when you glance over it, there’s either.