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  10 Great Executive Resume Keywords and How to Use Them
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Mar, 2012
10 Great Executive Resume Keywords and How to Use Them There are a lot of ways to enhance an executive resume, one of them being to add appropriate keywords throughout the document. Keywords work wonders in improving any resume because they add depth while addressing key points that hiring managers in the field are looking for. There are a number of great keywords that could make a difference in an executive resume....
 
  3 Great Activities to Keep Your Job Search Moving – And They’re Not Job Search Related!
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Mar, 2012
Sometimes job searches can wear on a person’s motivation to keep moving forward, especially if the search has lasted for weeks or months. While qualifications, as well as resumes and cover letters make a huge difference in whether you’ll be hired, your attitude also matters. If you’re getting tired of looking for jobs, your positive demeanor could turn negative in the wrong environment (i.e., the interview). To maintain...
 
  3 Tips for Developing Your IT Professional Brand
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Mar, 2012
Your personal brand is one of the most important areas to develop when building your career, especially if you’re on the job hunt. As an IT professional, you are no exception. Many people in your inner circle may know you as the computer whiz, but do recruiters know the same about you? The idea is to get your name out there to individuals who can help get you hired, but that can only be done by developing your brand. Build...
 
  3 Ways to Create a Recession-Proof Resume
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Mar, 2012
It’s no secret that a recession is one of the toughest times to find employment. With millions of workers looking for positions, your competition is incredibly steep. The good news is that job seeking during a recession doesn’t mean you can’t be hired. It does mean, however, that you will need to work to secure a job. A great way to increase your chances of being hired is by creating a recession-proof resume. What is a...
 
  3-Step Formula for An Outstanding Personal Branding Statement
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Mar, 2012
Your resume is an amazingly important document; it not only speaks to your past accomplishments but acts as a predictor of your future capabilities. However, your resume can’t successfully complete this task if it isn’t packed with quality information. This includes an outstanding personal branding statement. What is a personal branding statement? It is a statement that communicates who you are in the workplace. Borrowed f...
 
  4 Job Search Alternatives to Applying Online
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Mar, 2012
The process of job seeking has nearly turned upside-down over the past decade thanks to the Internet and changes that have accompanied newer technology. One of the major adjustments we’ve witnessed is the manner in which employers accept applications. Primarily, companies require candidates to submit applications via their online systems to improve convenience for all parties involved. But believe it or not, if you’re seri...
 
  4 Strategies to Take Your Resume from Boring to Interview Winning!
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Mar, 2012
The concept of writing a resume for many job seekers is creating a document that lists important skills, education and accomplishments that show they’re qualified for a specific job they’re applying for. While this concept is somewhat true, the resume-writing process is a bit more complicated than this. Writing a quality resume goes beyond simply listing qualifications. You need to describe why you’re right for the job thr...
 
  4 Tips for Job Seeking Success in the Hospitality Industry
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Mar, 2012
The hospitality industry is undoubtedly one of the vastest that you’ll find. Whether you want to get into the casino business, manage hotels, or cook amazing meals in one of the top restaurants in the world, you’ll thrive with some level of education or training in hospitality. But what makes a job search in hospitality successful? How do you narrow down your job searches when there are so many from which to choose? The...
 
  How to Incorporate Your Brand Into Your Resume
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Mar, 2012
Writing a resume is not an easy task. There are always several aspects to consider, including which information to incorporate that can help yours stand out from the pack. Many job seekers have found that branding the resume makes a huge difference because it works well in defining candidates as major contributors to their field. So how can you incorporate your brand into your resume? Here are some tips to consider: Create...
 
  Is Your Entry-Level Resume Competitive During a Recession?
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Mar, 2012
If you’re applying for a job at the entry level, you may be taking your first stab at writing a resume, which is always exciting. But the writing process gets even more exciting (and a bit more challenging) if you’re writing yours during a tough economic period. Competition is usually a bit steeper when more workers are unemployed. This means, even at the entry level, you will need to become a bit more creative in the wr...
 
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