So I live in the Tampa area and work at a place that is open 24/7 and I’m not happy where I am we work 4 10 hr days and that’s a plus but I just don’t feel like I’m the right fit for this job. I want a Monday through Friday job not worried about the hours just want weekends to spend with my kids. I have a degree and already 20k in debt with school. My fiancé started his own ac business and it has been doing fairly well. I have sent my resume to…
Stand Out To Your Prospective Employer
Your job search have been focused, targeting on specific employers you would like to work for, or even a position with that
You have an idea who you would like to get a job with, but you are aware that you may not be the only job candidate out there with the same aspirations and they are all competing for the same few positions your target companies may be offering at this time.
You need to…
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…
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…
Ultimately, honesty is the best policy.
Throughout your career, you may experience brief or extended gaps of unemployment between positions. Hiring managers understand that this gap might be due to a variety of reasons–such as illness, family situations, travel, or the inability to find a new job. But there are times when they’ll see them as red flags and a sign that applicants don’t have the proper work experience or ability to be consistent in…
I loaded my updated resume in various job portal but no one entertain! Even though I have experience in RE Sector since 2005, What's the problem? Can anyone share your experience.
Working from home is so desirable to so many that companies typically receive HUNDREDS of applications for each remote position they advertise. Don't let that discourage you though! Instead let it ENCOURAGE you to create a resume and cover letter that best promotes you along with your skills and experience. There are a few unique steps you need to know. Here are some helpful guidelines: https://theworkathomewife.com/resume-tips/
Use these tips to get your resume in the hands of a hiring manager or recruiter and past the tracking system! Many large organizations rely on what’s called applicant tracking systems (or ATS) to help pre-filter resumes. They simply have too many resumes to sort through and the ATS helps them speed up this process. However, MANY resumes fall through the cracks and are never even seen. Don't let yours be one of them!
1. Keep Formatting Simple
Resume applicant tracking systems assure only 2.4 percent of job seekers are ever viewed by a recruiter
Resumes That Appeal To Robot Recruiters
Your resume will not be seen by humans eyes first. And when it does reach a human for review, recruiters spend only six seconds on each one (if they read it at all). But the majority of resumes will never reach a human because the robot recruiter will reject a large number of them.
The robot recruiter is better known as an application tracking system (ATS). With the filtering algorithms of an ATS deciding…