Your resumé is your most important job search document. It is essentially your own personal advertisement. Since your resumé is designed to sell your skills and abilities to a potential employer, deciding on the best […]
Changes in the nature of work in our society stipulate that there will also be changes in the way professionals seek out work and establish their personal brands. In today’s marketplace, it is vital to […]
Angie Nelson, from the blog The Work at Home Wife, offers solutions to address common work-at-home resume woes that telecommute jobseekers may encounter. There’s nothing quite like the fear of writing your resume. Job-hunting is […]
Natalie Severt, a resume advice writer for Uptowork, shares her tips on how to tailor your resume to a job description each time you apply for a new job. If there’s one thing all recruiters are after, it’s […]
You’ve heard it before: employers spend an average of six seconds scanning a resume before they decide whether it should be tossed or kept. As a telecommuter, your livelihood depends upon stoking the attention of […]
Are you a professional with five or more years of experience in your career field? Do you feel like now is the right time to start looking for telecommuting positions, but you’re not exactly sure how to […]
“A crisp, focused resume demonstrates an ability to synthesize, prioritize, and convey the most important information about you. Think about it this way: the *sole* purpose of a resume is to get you an interview. […]
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