How the current shift in the labor market could affect your job search
The labor market is experiencing an unprecedented shift as employees look for better opportunities. This blog will explore the current trends and how they affect today’s job seekers.
How to write an entry-level resume objective (with examples)
A resume objective, or summary, is a valuable tool when it comes to showcasing your qualifications and unique selling points. This blog will show you how to write an entry-level resume objective that lands the interview.
Resume icons: when and how to use them
A few years ago, resume icons became all the rage. Why simply write out your phone number when you could also illustrate it with a cute little telephone symbol?
How to write a cover letter with no experience
When you don’t have much experience in the field you’re applying to, writing a cover letter can feel like a daunting task. While you might be tempted to submit your application without one, that would be a big mistake.
Certifications on a resume (best tips + examples)
There are certain jobs where your certification is arguably the most important piece of information on your resume (think CPA or RN.) Then there are positions where a certification will set you far above the competition like PMP or A+, for example.
How to upload your resume in LinkedIn (3 methods)
LinkedIn is one of the world’s most popular tools for finding and applying to jobs. By building an impressive LinkedIn profile and adding your resume to the platform, you can attract the attention of recruiters or even increase your professional connections in a few simple steps.
Strengths in resumes
The best resumes are full of your strengths – not simply abilities you possess, but traits and knowledge that set you apart. Adding personal strengths in your resume allows you to highlight your expertise and mastery of the field. With the right resume strengths, hiring managers will quickly see you as a fierce contender for that perfect position.
Soft skills for resumes
Soft skills are some of the most important qualities that can set you apart when it comes time to land your next position. Including these intangible abilities on your resume helps show that you understand the company culture and could make a great fit from day one.
Skype was one of the first video calling platforms to be widely used in professional communication so it’s no wonder that it may be the method of choice for your next interview. A Skype interview may share many similarities with calls on other platforms but there are a few tips that can make your experience much smoother.
With more Americans working from home than ever, Zoom interviews are the new normal in hiring. While there are many similarities with traditional interview styles, there are a few rules of Zoom interview etiquette that can ensure a more successful experience.