Tips on listing certifications and licenses in your resume

Tips on listing certifications and licenses in your resume Your resume is a compilation of your professional life; from your education...

Cover Letter Must-Haves

Cover Letter Must-Haves Before we discuss what your cover letter should contain in order for the employer to take notice and review yo...

Make Your Resume Scannable

Make Your Resume Scannable Most job applications are now done electronically, and most employers, no matter the job level, request a r...

Electronic Resumes - Dos and Don’ts

Electronic Resumes – Dos and Don’ts There are two most commonly used methods for resume submission: uploading your resume to the emp...

Keep it short – Resume Length Guidelines

Keep it short – Resume Length Guidelines One of the main questions asked about resumes is, “Do I have to include everything on one pag...

Transferable Skills – what they are and how to demonstrate them in your resume?

Transferable Skills – what they are and how to demonstrate them in your resume? People put a lot of thought into changing careers. A...

Resume Banks – what they are and how should you use them?

Resume Banks – what they are and how should you use them? Whether you have decided to change jobs, have been laid off and are looking ...

Quantifying Your Resume

Quantifying Your Resume The most difficult and time-consuming section of any resume is the listing of your work experience , no matter...

Three Things to Make Your Resume Unique

Three Things to Make Your Resume Unique A resume is a one- to two-page document summarizing your career objectives , professional expe...

Resume vs Curriculum Vitae | Striking Differences

Resume vs Curriculum Vitae | Striking Differences A resume is a one- to a two-page document summarizing your career objectives, profe...