There are a lot of articles out there talking about differentiating yourself in the hiring process and it begs the question, when submitting your resume, how creative should you really get?
Should I include my blog on my resume? The answer is sometimes – here’s when you should include your blog and when you shouldn’t.
I often get asked, “should I send a hard copy of my resume by mail?” Based on my experience, the answer is no… and here is why.
People are always saying that your resume should be on one page… and I agree. This post explains the logic behind this very common “job search rule”.
When it comes to resume formatting, should it be pretty, fancy, and creative? In most cases, I say no. Here’s why!
An article giving 3 tips to help you customize your resume to the jobs you are applying to – without lying or fabricating. Check out the full post on The Levo League..
Your resume should be limited to one page if possible. Here are 6 ways to fit your resume onto one page in Microsoft Word. We’ll show you exactly how to do it!
People often wonder if they should include an objective on their resume. In general, I say the answer is no. This post explains why I don’t think objectives are important (and also the certain situations where you may want to include one just in case).
There is a common resume myth that makes people feel that they need to scrutinize every last word on their resume – actually, there are more important things to consider. Spend your time focusing on them versus constantly switching words around to make a big impact.