Have you often wondered if you should attach your resume to your LinkedIn profile? Maybe it would help boost your job search? Don’t. Why not? 1) If your home address is on it – which it shouldn’t be; only use city, state and zip or equivalent – you are putting your information at risk for […]Read More
Your resume is a communication tool that tells people why they should refer, recommend or hire you. It is not a cruel ritual meant to torment you, and neither should you torment your readers.
When smart people write bad resumes, they waste weeks and months wondering why the phone doesn’t ring. This unhappy result further leads them to putting their energies into thinking about their own situations and insecurities instead of the greater perspective of how to best present themselves to achieve their goals.Read More
Thanks to those who attended my webinar today on 20 Top Resume Challenges. Here is the replay. Stop fighting, start writing!Read More
“Why You Need a Strategy Before Writing Your Resume”: Check out my first article on Forbes.com.Read More
Are You Judged By Your Email Address? A Resounding Yes! If you have an email address that starts like any of the ones below, or something similar, and you have wondered why you have had a hard time getting any traction in your job search, this is a post you need to read. superboy7 batmanrocks2014 777goldrush pushmybuttons29 bestrunner550 […]Read More
Why is it that so many of us sit at our desks, writing away, deleting, rewriting and generally getting stuck on where to start, where to end and what to put in the middle? A blank page is a great source of anxiety and writer’s block for the majority of us, even those who call ourselves writers. Cure resume writer’s block. Don’t let your resume stand between you and your future.Read More
Fonts depend on many factors, including industry and seniority. More “serious” fonts should match more serious roles, and in all cases you can take a cue from the fonts you and your colleagues are used to reading in your everyday life.Read More