“Cum laude” seems like a worthwhile resume detail to impress hiring managers, but how exactly should it be listed on your resume? And is it always a good idea to include Latin honors? Resume.io is here with practical advice in plain English.
Computer skills should feature prominently in many resumes, but if you last performed these skills a while ago, do you need to refresh your knowledge? We look at the most popular computer skills and where to revisit your expertise.
Yes, resume paper is still ‘a thing’ … sometimes. For those occasions when it’s necessary to print copies of your resume, the number of resume paper options and deciding factors may surprise you. Resume.io is here to guide you with information and tips for choosing the best resume paper.
The temptation to increase your resume to two pages is real, but is it the right thing to do? For a director-level job seeker, the answer will be yes, but what about everyone else? If you do opt for two pages, make the most of them.
There is a temptation to put every bit of experience in your resume, but how far back should a resume go? A line should be drawn when relevance starts to wane. Use the precious resume real estate wisely.
Sooner or later you may face the burning question: How in l’enfer do you spell
resume, résumé and/or resumé? Do you need two accents, one accent or none at all? And if so, why? Zut alors, so many choices!
Getting on with others is the key to business success, but how are interpersonal skills defined and how might we use these examples in our resume to make it stronger? Which interpersonal skills does the job require?