When listing your education provide the institution you attended, degree and your major(s). If you have multiple degrees, you should start with your most advanced degree then work your way down (Master’s – Bachelor’s – Associate’s). If you attended multiple schools in your quest for higher education, you only need to list the one you received your degree from.
The following are tips on how not to list education on your resume, which was prepared by… Continue
Added by Jennifer Broflowski on December 22, 2016 at 3:00pm —
When it comes to writing your CV, the first impression really counts. The employer can be easily put off by any tiny mistakes. Therefore, it is very important to know how to write a nice CV. The chronological CV is the most common used format in resume writing. It lists your work experience chronologically from the most recent job to the earliest you were involved in. This format should be straight forward and simple. Make sure you separate every work title distinctively to create separate… Continue
Added by Jennifer Broflowski on December 20, 2016 at 4:25pm —
It is much more difficult to create a resume for a person without experience than to someone who has already experience. And the problem is not in writing. The case is in effect!!! You should not down your hands if you have no experience or quality education. We all once started somewhere. No one became the best professional at one second.
There are certain rules in resume building that we can not… Continue
Added by Walter Hurley on September 12, 2016 at 10:51am —
During one of our two sunny days of the year so far, I decided (as a typical Lincolnshire lass) to venture to Mablethorpe beach. Oh the glamour. As well as ice cream, donkeys and donuts, I’m a big fan of the 2p slot machines… and will drag whomever I am with onto them. As I slotted away, feeding 2p… Continue
Added by FMC Global Talent on May 19, 2016 at 11:22am —
In today’s world, the number of freelancers is growing at a very great speed with people looking for professionals to do some easy tasks for them online. This has led to the development of a new field of work that stretches across the globe. You can have your CV or cover letter among others written for you for a fee.…
Added by Mark Thompson on May 12, 2016 at 8:22am —
Writing a good resume can be considered as a kind of art, because there is not a correct way to formulate one’s resume, but there are always some resume writing tips that can be found helpful when applying for an education and career counseling position. It is important to stand out from the crowd with your resume and that is done with quality content that is clearly written without any errors.…
Added by Jennifer Bouley on December 25, 2015 at 10:09am —
Should You Continue Your Studies?
Choosing to continue your studies within a form of the fine arts after high school graduation is both risky and expensive.… Continue
Added by Jennifer Bouley on December 24, 2015 at 6:06am —
Networking is one of the proven strategies that will help build your career over the long term. With networking you rarely see the benefits right away, but long term with continued relationship management and giving you will see the payoff both professionally and personally.
Like any other relationship, professional relationships are not one sided. In fact, since they are not as personal they often require… Continue
Added by Jennifer Bouley on December 22, 2015 at 6:43am —
New Year’s just around the corner and this is usually the time when we bring a bunch of New Year’s resolutions. We decide to ditch unhealthy foods, go to gym, do things we haven’t done in past year, and we also decide this is the year when we’re finally going to make a step forward in our career. Obviously, ditching unhealthy foods and going to the gym don’t stand a chance.… Continue
Added by Jennifer Bouley on December 21, 2015 at 9:29am —
There is hardly any working professional who does not want to improve career prospects but very few are sure about the ways to do so! There is no magic solution to bag a dream job and neither there is a short cut way. However, with a few proven strategies and consistent efforts you can make a change in your present career position. This is applicable to professionals in almost any industry including IT, healthcare, retail etc.
Below listed are a few handy tips, which may help you… Continue
Added by Tim Breasnan on November 3, 2015 at 12:18am —
A recruiter represents the face of the organization as far as quality manpower is considered with respect to best recruitment services. Imagine a candidate without proper qualifications or performance recruited into a company for a key role. If the company suffers because of the inability of the candidate, then it is not just the failure of the candidate but also the… Continue
Added by Avika Shah on September 26, 2014 at 4:38am —
Every hiring manager and recruiter measures themselves on how well they can tell the future. They have to, because that's what judging a person based on their resume really is. When we talk about resumes, be it applicant or employer, we talk about it like it’s your permanent record, the complete and total summation of your career thus far.
When you read… Continue
Added by James Ellis on June 10, 2014 at 11:28am —
Dear Resume Writer
I have a new product to add to your list of resume styles and formats
I have developed an interactive online resume.
Please find attached an example http://cmecv.com.au/?public=doc_1367796299488
This resume looks and prints normally but links you to many websites, video and documents related to the applicant.
This will only make more important the skills of a professional writer… Continue
Added by Peter Fernee on May 29, 2013 at 7:47pm —
I was very interested in your blog and comments about video applications. The big issue for employers is that they do not want to waste time with video when they are looking at 100s of applicants.
I have developed a product that gives and employer an ordinary Resume but if they want they can click on a skill, qualification or anything within the resume to see, hear and have demonstrated that component of the person's CV.
Happy for you to critique… Continue
Added by Peter Fernee on May 29, 2013 at 7:42pm —
Image Credit: City CV
When applying for work, many inexperienced jobseekers make the mistake of thinking that the employer cares about which… Continue
Added by Dave Wood on May 8, 2013 at 10:00am —
Times are tough and if you are a job-seeker you need to get yourself noticed. Almost everywhere you look now there is a graduate with high hopes and quite unrealistic expectations of finding that ideal well paid job when they are fresh out of university in what is a tough economic climate. Although the current market place for jobs for graduates is tough, it is not impossible to succeed in securing that first role, below are some of my tips on how to stand out from the… Continue
Added by Amanda Ashworth on January 10, 2013 at 8:26am —
Lost your job? ‘Tis the season to find a new one
Losing your job just before Christmas must seem like the end of the world, and hundreds of staff will be feeling under threat at the moment as household names such as Comet and DirectLine… Continue
Added by Kay Chouhan - KINNECT PERSONNEL on December 16, 2012 at 9:15am —
With Platforms like LinkedIn and You tube are the days of the traditional CV numbered?
I for one love seeing candidates getting creative when seeking a role. I don’t think this will completely replace the traditional CV but now that many adverts have the apply with LinkedIn button, is it about time the CV evolved into 2012?
With unemployment still at a high in many sectors how can candidates…
Added by Amanda Ashworth on November 24, 2012 at 11:30am —
This article was designed to aid those putting together a resume for working abroad.
When applying for work abroad, make sure that you customise your resume to the given job, ensuring specific skills and regional experience is addressed properly. The recruiter may not see the link between your attributes and their job, so provide connections in the… Continue
Added by William Gleeson on November 16, 2012 at 12:30am —
[PART 2 – PERSONAL DETAILS]
The second in a series of expert advice blogs, from Dave Wood of www.northwestwebjobs.co.uk .
The battle against bad and ugly CVs continues! This week we set a keen eye on the personal details that you should and shouldn’t be including in your document.…
Added by Dave Wood on September 7, 2012 at 10:30am —