We think nothing of hiring professionals all the time for things we’d rather not do ourselves, even if we’re quite capable. So why not hire a professional to write your resume? But it’s not one for any job seeker to take lightly. Here, we look at when it makes sense to seek professional resume help, and when a DIY resume is still your best bet.
Putting relevant industry publications on a resume is a popular way of enhancing your job application. If you have had the opportunity to share a message that has proven popular with an audience, why wouldn’t you want to share it with a prospective employer?
A resume objective, or summary, is a valuable tool when it comes to showcasing your qualifications and unique selling points. This blog will show you how to write an entry-level resume objective that lands the interview.
Describing yourself and your achievements can be a daunting task, especially when you really want the interview. The list of adjectives and writing guidance below is designed to inspire confidence and creativity.
You should feel a frisson of excitement when it comes to a serious conversation about compensation with a potential future boss. There is a lot on the line for them, too. Here is how you manage the compensation expectations discussion like a pro.
Your transition out of the military requires a resume that expresses your talents in a way that civilian employers will understand. The blog below offers tips for making the most of your service in your post-military resume.