Tag: resume

CV vs. Resume: What’s the Difference Between a Resume and Curriculum Vitae?

A resume is a living document that should be customized for every job. A  curriculum vitae (CV), on the other hand, is a comprehensive document that may remain static for months or years at a time. The main differences between resumes and CVs are length, how often it needs to […]

Top 6 Career Services People Want

Over the last few years, our website has received a little over 2,500 form submissions from people who were seeking help with their career. These submissions showed us some interesting trends about what career services people are seeking and consider engaging in. We found this data fascinating and want to […]

Is Your High-Quality Experience Landing Low-Quality Interviews?

  If so, then you might be suffering from imposter syndrome… There’s a little known secret amongst high-achievers. In many cases this dirty little secret is THE reason why high-achievers with years of experience land low-quality interviews and struggle to get jobs (even with their lengthy track record of proven […]

How to Write a Federal Resume and Apply for a Federal Job

The US federal government employs over 2 million people, not even counting military service branches. Federal jobs are highly contested thanks to great benefits, role longevity, and social importance. While USAJobs, the prime job board for federal jobs, is a great place to find opportunities, applying for federal jobs and […]

Top Tips for Career Success in The Hospitality Industry

Are you interested in the hospitality industry? “Whatever you do, or dream you can, begin it. Boldness has genius, power, and magic in it,” wrote Johann Wolfgang in the 19th century. That quote appropriately describes the life of hospitality sensation, Leah Marshall, of Le Bristol. She joined the industry at […]

Apply for some jobs already! 5 reasons why you’re not applying.

And what you should do about it! It’s called paralysis by analysis. I’m sure you’ve heard of it, or even suffered from it. I have. Suffered from it, that is. This is when you’re caught up more in the process than achieving the goal. No, this is different than procrastination. […]

LinkedIn Secrets Forbes Won’t Teach You

  I came across on article on Forbes titled ‘18 Things To Take Off Your Resume And LinkedIn Profile Today To Succeed Tomorrow.’ I’ll spare you the whole list, but some of their (paraphrased) suggestions included: Stick with the last ten years of work experience. I even think it’s okay […]