I found this on Workopolis this morning -- Your typing font may be causing your application to be rejected:
We’ve looked at three reasons why you’re not getting called for an interview. Here’s one more: your resume didn’t make it past the automated online resume screening. Job postings receive an average of 250 applications, so this kind of resume screening software lets recruiters quickly shortlist candidates that are the best fit for the job.…
Some people wake up and dread their way to work..thinking about how much they are unsatisfied with their job and all the reasons why they do what they do. While others wake up everyday wishing they have a job to go thru. Kept trying but keep failing. Why is it the ones that want work can’t work? And the ones that work hated work??
Don’t overlook those mundane little tasks that were part of your previous or current position because they matter, and they can make you stand out and set you apart from other candidates.
But, rather than listing your responsibilities like ingredients on the back of a box, assign meaning to them. Make it personal. Make it you.
The mundane matters! These tasks, called “soft skills,” are…
I need to update my resume. It sounds more like
if you tell me what to do I'll do it, which is not necessarily a bad thing. However, I need potential employers to know that I can and will work, motivate myself as well achieving goals set by the company.
I am looking for a job around Annaville or calallen area . Need to work around my school schedule. I have no experience
A suggested title change example would be from Customer Service to Sales & Service Account Executive. I just want to make sure this doesn’t hurt me when employers do reference and background checks.
Looking for an entry level job in Fontana, CA i have no past job experience but i would like to change that.
Hello I'm new in the truck driving Industry, I'm looking for a Company that will train locally Oklahoma City area. Any help would be greatly appreciated!
Should you list on your resume a position you were fired from? Is so, how?
I read somewhere that employers spend about 6 seconds on average reviewing a resume. With such a short window I want to make sure I’m not listing any useless information that will immediately cast me out of the lot.