The parts of a resume you should include are important. Every job seeker has to learn at some point what they are. In this comprehensive guide, we’ll take you through the pieces of the puzzle that are vital for a top-performing resume!
Rarely is it necessary to indicate on your resume when you’re available to work, because availability can be assumed in most hiring circumstances. But in some instances, clarifying your work availability on your resume can benefit both you and potential employers.
Your spreadsheets are the talk of the company because they look so great. You want to make sure your application to your dream job includes that you excel at Excel, but how do you highlight that on your resume? We look at how to do just that.
When it’s time for a customer service job change, the few short lines of text at the top of your resume page could be the most impactful writing task you’ve tackled in a long time. Here we offer some practical advice for composing an effective customer service resume objective.
With nearly 30 million resumes built by people from all over the world, Resume.io has a lot of job application insights. Every now and then, we dive into this data and unveil interesting differences and commonalities between global job applications.
Today, we look at the personal side of job applicants: what’s their preferred way to spend the day outside work and which foreign languages do they speak?