Tag: resume

How to Use the Job Posting to Write the Perfect Cover Letter

Do you know how to write the perfect cover letter? Maybe it’s not possible to actually write the perfect cover letter. However, the job posting and company culture can give you several clues on how to write a cover letter that will get noticed. If you are just starting your […]

3 ways to show employers what you CAN do in the future

You’ve probably heard the saying, “Employers don’t care about what you’ve done; they care about what you will do.” If you haven’t heard this, rest assured it’s the truth. By conducting multiple interviews—including phone, one-on-one, group, Skype, you name it—employers are trying to determine how you can save them money, improve quality, […]

Sent in Your Resume but Haven’t Heard Back? Here’s Your Next Move…

In this busy season, we’re all dealing with a little extra on our proverbial plates. Whether you’re on day five of all-family-all-the-time, out volunteering in your community, or just trying to make it to 2018, adding anything on top of your job search can leave you feeling frazzled, and even worse, […]

9 Practical Tips to Optimize Your Resume and LinkedIn Profile for the New Year

  The New Year is here! It is a crucial time of year to get your resume and LinkedIn profile updated, in sync and given to the right contacts to land your next job faster. Whether you are simply updating your achievements, beginning a job search or switching careers, it […]

Think Like a Hiring Manager When Writing Your Resume

  Most job seekers forget about the real reasons why they get hired. A candidate does not get hired to give the candidate a job. I would venture to say that most hires are not made for the overused reason of “providing a solution” to a company problem. As a […]