This crash course in the evolving “rules” of crafting resumes will instill a new confidence in your ability to discern the new from the old and, of course, avoid the most off-putting resume mistakes.
A generic, one-size-fits-all resume just doesn’t cut it, especially in a sea of hundreds (or thousands) of applications.
While writing a resume is challenging for anyone, it can be especially difficult if you’re trying to land an executive-level position.
If you’re updating your resume, focus on accomplishments instead of duties. Here’s how.
How can you market years of experience in one resume without publishing a novel?
Yes, you should always list your accomplishments. But how do you demonstrate your other attributes to a potential employer?
Successful resumes often follow a certain formula…or in this case a recipe.
Employers view your job application as an example of the quality of your work, like an audition for the job. To ensure you stand out, here are a few tips to keep in mind.
A common piece of career advice is to craft a new resume for each job you apply to. But how do you make sure you’ve done this properly?