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How To Use The Jobcase Resume Generator Tool

Did you know that there is a resume generator built into your profile?

Follow the image below to learn how to take advantage of this unique tool!

Once you’ve generated your resume... If you want to make changes, revise your profile as you normally would, save the new information, and repeat steps 1-3 as listed in the image. A new version will populate under the “Generate a Resume” button every time you create a new one.

To make the most out this handy tool, start building out your profile with past work and volunteer experience, descriptions of your responsibilities, education, and accomplishments. Need some pointers? Check out these posts written by our Community Specialists: • How to make your profile stand out to employersThe small stuff matters! Add it to your profileJobcase profile pointers

How will YOU make your Jobcase Resume stand out?

#jobready #jobreadytips #teensummerjobs

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Lenin Pina
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yes, good info for all our job seeking members. Thanks for sharing Maddie!

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Ashley Wilson
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GREAT info for anyone who already has their profile filled out and wants to turn it into a resume. It is SUPER easy too : ) with a few clicks. Thanks, Maddie!

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Job Ready Tip #2: Your References

Our second #Jobreadytip of the day is all about references. #jobready #jobreadytips

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If you've never had a job before then talk to teachers, clergy, volunteer managers, or community leaders and ask if you can use them as references for jobs you're pursuing. Make sure you get their...

Full Name Mailing Address Phone Number Email Address

You never know which one of these an employer will require so it's better of to have it all and be prepared. Do Not Delay Getting Hired because you don't have references.

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Job Ready Tip #4

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Today's job ready tip is all about how to make the most out of your Jobcase profile.

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Be Discoverable... Your Jobcase profile is at work for you 24/7. Don't miss out, claim your profile today!

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Job Ready Tip #3: Your Referrals

Our third #JobReadyTip of the day has to do with referrals, but don't forget about your Jobcase praises! Click here to learn more about praises. #jobreadytips #jobready

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Go to the companies social media pages and engage. Connect with people inside the company and cultivate relationships that will help you get ahead opt everyone else in the hiring pool. Remember, who you know is just as important as what you know.

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Job Ready Tip #6: Your Interview Outfit

The sixth installment of our Job Ready Tips series. Click #JobReadyTips to see them all. #jobready #jobreadytip

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Carolina De La Cruz
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Thank you for you tips, simple but helpful!

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G Casey Eldridge
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Tip for an interview:

Men: Trim your hair and remove your facial hair. Facial hair of any kind. Don't wear your hair looking as if you just came out of a storm. You may have come in from the rain or snow or wind, but you should have time to stop in a rest room and comb your hair or do other things to look presentable. Wear a white shirt with open collar if you notice that the predominant dress is this manner. If you have not viewed a lobby, prior to your first visit, wear a suit and tie, with appropriate shoes. NO SANDALS OR OUT RIGHT BAD LOOKING TENNIS SHOES. Try to arrive 10 to 15 minutes early to relax and get comfortable with your surroundings. Also, you can assure yourself that you will find the right office. Review a company annual report, if it is out for everyone. If you are interviewing for private company, pull out Fortune or Business Week, or other industry type magazine.

WOMEN: Get a hair cut. You don't know the business's dress code, which may have something against long hair. Wear a comfortable blouse and camisole, with a skirt. Or wear a dress. Wear comfortable shoes or heels. Do not wear sandals or open toes shoes. DO NOT WEAR A TANK TOP, HALTER TOP OR SIMILAR TYPE BLOUSE.

Keep you jewelry to a minimum. A watch and wedding ring for men; women can wear their wedding ring and a simple bracelet. A simple watch is okay also. Sensible shoes, including heels. Don't wear heels, if you have not worn them before. No open toes shoes or sandals; sandals are not a working style of shoe, anywhere. No open toed shoes for safety reasons. Other appearal that may be acceptable for women include any sweater or light cover up, like a blazer. Men can wear a blazer if they choose not to wear a suit. Three piece suits are up to the individual, but are acceptable. Business shoes are called for, but the choice is up to the individual and the time of year.

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Good Question! First, they will check if you have a social media or digital presence to confirm that you are someone who's contemporary and unafraid of engaging on common technical platforms the companies services or customer also use to do business.

Next, they will check what you have to say. How do you engage, positive, negative, neutral, or other. Employers want to use every means and vehicles available to find out who you are when you're not under the interview or job search spotlight. Culture fit plays HUGE role in the employee selection process so your digital presence matters.

Have you tried Googling yourself lately? Give it a try and see what comes up.

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Question for you: What if you do not have a facebook, Instagram, Twitter account. How do they see that?

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"I found a job"! because of my current situation and safety reasons i can not disclose were I work but I want to say Thank You to those who encourage and gave me suggestions in my time of need Good Luck to you all of your Endeavers. Ginny Bronson

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Job Ready Tip #1: Your Resume

Happy March (and almost-spring), Jobcasers!

To celebrate the season of new beginnings, we’re kicking off a new series – #jobready – designed to help with everything from the job hunt to accepting the offer, and the whole ball of wax in between.

Whether you’re just starting out on the job search, thinking about looking for a new job, or are looking for a simple refresh, follow this guide to get yourself #jobready. Today, we’re starting with the three R’s: resume, references and referrals (references and referrals to follow!). Click here to see the full checklist.

Do you have any #jobreadytips?

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Marcus Jordan
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Great info Maddie, thanks for sharing!

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Marcus Jordan
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Succeed! Find more tips at #jobreadytips

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