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Michael Carvalho
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13 days ago

Happy President's Day to all! 🇺🇸 Today, we celebrate and honor the leaders who have shaped the history of our great nation. Let's take a moment to reflect on their contributions and the impact they have had on our country.

As we commemorate this important day, it's also a good time to think about our own careers and professional development. One crucial aspect of advancing in your career is ensuring that your resume is up to date and effectively showcases your skills and experiences. Whether you're actively job hunting or simply preparing for future opportunities, having a polished and well-crafted resume is essential.

Employers often receive numerous applications for open positions, and a strong resume can make a significant difference in standing out from the competition. By highlighting your achievements, relevant skills, and experiences, you can demonstrate your value as a potential employee and increase your chances of securing interviews and job offers.

So, take some time today to review and update your resume, ensuring that it accurately represents your qualifications and accomplishments. Investing in your resume can pay off in the long run and help you take the next step in your career journey. Happy President's Day, and best of luck with your professional endeavors! #PresidentsDay #CareerDevelopment #ResumeTips #ProfessionalGrowth

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Mike Corso
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24 days ago

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Highlight Relevant Skills:

Don't just list, rank: Prioritize your skills based on the job description. List the most relevant skills first, and consider using subcategories to organize them for easy reading. Show, don't tell: Don't just say you're "proficient" in a skill. Briefly showcase how you've used it to achieve success in your previous roles. #AWU #disability #resumetips

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"Resume Tip"

Highlight Relevant Skills:

Don't just list, rank: Prioritize your skills based on the job description. List the most relevant skills first, and consider using subcategories to organize them for easy reading. Show, don't tell: Don't just say you're "proficient" in a skill. Briefly showcase how you've used it to achieve success in your previous roles. #AWU #disability #resumetips

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2 months ago

Monday is January 1, 2024. A new year, a new start, a new Resume template! We have talked before about customizing your Resume to the job description. However, the core of your 2023 resume may be outdated. It is time to reflect on your wins and areas of growth from the past year and make sure your Resume reflects it.

Have you earned a new certificate or learned to use a new software or trendy technology? Or maybe you have sharpened your soft skills or took a course on YouTube. If so, it is time to update your achievements/highlights on your resume to reflect your current status. Anything new and relevant should be listed. #AWU #disability #resumetips

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Monday is January 1, 2024. A new year, a new start, a new Resume template! We have talked before about customizing your Resume to the job description. However, the core of your 2023 resume may be outdated. It is time to reflect on your wins and areas of growth from the past year and make sure your Resume reflects it.

Have you earned a new certificate or learned to use a new software or trendy technology? Or maybe you have sharpened your soft skills or took a course on YouTube. If so, it is time to update your achievements/highlights on your resume to reflect your current status. Anything new and relevant should be listed. #AWU #disability #resumetips

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Your resume is a marketing document, designed to highlight the ways you fit the job you’re applying for. It doesn’t need to be an exhaustive accounting of every job you’ve ever held. With that said, include only the jobs that strengthen you as an applicant. #AWU #disability #resumetips

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5 months ago

📢 Calling all Jobcase Community Members! 🌟

Are you ready to embark on an exciting journey towards finding your dream job? Let's join forces and conquer the job market together! 💪

Preparing for your job search is a crucial step that sets the foundation for success. To help you navigate this process with confidence, here are some essential tips and strategies:

1️⃣ Polish your resume: Craft a targeted and professional resume that highlights your skills, experiences, and accomplishments. Tailor it to each job application to make a lasting impression on employers. #ResumeTips #JobSearch

2️⃣ Online presence matters: Build an impressive online presence by optimizing your LinkedIn profile and other professional platforms. Showcase your expertise, connect with industry leaders, and engage with relevant content. #LinkedInTips #OnlinePresence

3️⃣ Network like a pro: Attend industry events, join professional organizations, and reach out to your existing network for referrals and advice. Networking opens doors to hidden opportunities and enables you to tap into the hidden job market. #Networking #CareerConnections

4️⃣ Enhance your skills: Identify the key skills and competencies in demand within your desired field. Take online courses, attend workshops, or pursue certifications to stay competitive and demonstrate your commitment to professional growth. #SkillsDevelopment #LifelongLearning

5️⃣ Research, research, research: Dive deep into the companies and industries you're interested in. Understand their missions, values, and recent developments. This knowledge will empower you during interviews and help you find the right cultural fit. #CompanyResearch #IndustryInsights

6️⃣ Practice makes perfect: Sharpen your interview skills by conducting mock interviews with friends or mentors. Prepare thoughtful responses to common interview questions and practice your body language and communication style. #InterviewPreparation #JobInterviews

7️⃣ Stay positive and persistent: Job hunting can be challenging, but maintaining a positive mindset and staying persistent is key. Celebrate small wins along the way, learn from setbacks, and keep pushing forward. Your dream job is within reach! #StayPositive #Persistence

Remember, the Jobcase community is here to support you every step of the way. Share your experiences, seek advice, and connect with fellow job seekers who understand the journey you're on. Together, we can achieve great things! 🤝💼

#JobSearchTips #JobHunting #CareerAdvice #JobcaseCommunity #DreamJob #JobMarket #ProfessionalGrowth #SuccessTips #motivation #advice

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5 months ago

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Are employers more interested in a list of your Skills or a list of your Accomplishments?

I would say Accomplishments. Think about it. If your Skills do not have any Accomplishments what good are they. Make sure to highlight your Accomplishments on your Resume. #AWU #disability #resumetips

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"Resume Tip"

Are employers more interested in a list of your Skills or a list of your Accomplishments?

I would say Accomplishments. Think about it. If your Skills do not have any Accomplishments what good are they. Make sure to highlight your Accomplishments on your Resume. #AWU #disability #resumetips

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Here are some fonts that you should avoid using on your resume:

  1. Futura: This font is considered outdated and may not be the best choice for a modern resume.

  2. Comic Sans: Known for its playful appearance, Comic Sans is generally considered unprofessional and should be avoided.

  3. Courier: This typeface is often associated with typewriters and may come across as outdated on a resume.

  4. Brush Script: While this font may look fancy, it's not recommended for resumes as it can be difficult to read.

  5. Impact: Impact is a bold font that can be challenging to read, especially in smaller sizes.

  6. Papyrus: Papyrus has a distinctive look, but it's generally considered unprofessional for resumes.

  7. Trajan Pro: Trajan Pro is an elegant font, but it's often overused and may not make your resume stand out.

Remember, the goal is to present your skills and work experiences in a clear and professional manner. Choosing an appropriate font can help you achieve that.#AWU #disability #resumetips

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