Your resume showcases all the things an employer is looking for and each has certain expectations that they would like you to fulfill. It’s important to show them in your resume how/why you are the perfect fit.
Check out these tips on how to make your resume stronger and desirable to employers!
1- Have the qualifications for the job
Increase your chances of being hired by tailoring your resume specifically to jobs that you are qualified for…
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Reasons Why Can't I Find A Job
You have been job searching for a while and haven't received the results you were expecting. Frustrated because you did everything that you were supposed to do, yet that elusive job offer has not manifest itself.
Some quick things that you can ask yourself are: Were you qualified for the job? Did you make it clear that you possessed the desired skills, experience and knowledge to get the job done? How closely did…
62 as if tomorrow and can round circle around most 20 year olds. Love love love to work that’s really all I know extremely disciplined .Over the past 30 years I have been a business owner never needed a resume. I would love some advise . Have applied for several job nothing. Not ready to retire
A good checklist and helpful tips: https://www.pongoresume.com/blogPosts/420/critique-your-resume-like-a-hiring-manager.cfm
Over the last few weeks, as I have been a member of Jobcase, I have seen some fellow members' comments that really concern me: encouraging fellow job seekers to LIE. Lying about having a high school diploma
because they never check. Padding a resume with unearned credentials because
they'll never know. Not being upfront when asked about a criminal record. It goes on.
Don't lie. Ever. In all your frustration in your job search it will be…
Ok WV Jobcasers, you got this. 200 employers dying to hire people tmw. Here's a couple things to do tonight to improve your success tomorrow:
1) research 5-6 attending companies that you really hope to work for. (jobcase, glassdoor, or even google search can be great here). Make sure you know what drives their success so you know how to position your skills/expeience for them to hear how you will help them succeed.
2) practice your elevator…
In addition to your resume and cover letter, a letter of recommendation can be a huge plus for you in the consideration process. Who should you ask? How about a former manager or co-worker you admire? How about your pastor or rabbi? A civic leader whom you've come to know? Think about influential people in your life who value you and want to help. Here's more: https://www.thebalancecareers.com/tips-for-requesting-letters-of-recommendation-206296…
Resume applicant tracking systems assure only 2.4 percent of job seekers are ever viewed by a recruiter
Executive, Operations and was laid off last March. I was employed with my last company for 22 years before they eliminated my position.
It's hard out here. I have nothing but respect for everyone going through this struggle. I actually had a company ask me (third interview) to create a 15 minute presentation on what I believed they needed to work on. I did this, and they even said I nailed it and yet they went with an internal candidate.
I have a question for you all.
How do I prepare a resume when I havent worked in years due to disability. I can put down past jobs but I have no professional references because all supervisors have retired and I have no way to contact them.
What do I do? Please help.