Following our previous look at resume writing, we now look at how to format a resume.
If you have a lot you want to say on your resume, or perhaps if you don't have enough, proper formatting can be a valuable way to manage your words. Your resume should be clear, concise, and guide your potential employer. This podcast will help you determine what to feature in your resume and the most appealing way to format that information.
After weeks of searching, you’ve finally found it: a job posting that suits your skills and interests perfectly. Clinching an interview is vital when it comes to finding employment, so why take a risk? Follow our editor's advice and submit a cover letter along with your resume or application.
Formatting a cover letter is important, but the actual content is even more important. This podcast will help you understand how to highlight your most valuable attributes.
Given the reality of today’s economic environment, finding a job can be challenging. This article will guide you through the process of writing a functional resume; we also provide examples of a functional resume.
In today's economic environment, it is not easy to find a job. Having a functional resume can help! In this podcast, we explain how to construct a resume that will showcase your talents, highlight your achievements, and appeal to potential employers.
Your formal resume is a summary of your education and job experience. It is the all-important document that will be your first impression to a prospective employer.
What information you choose to include in your resume is just as important as how you format it. Your resume might look great, but if the content doesn’t impress potential employers, you won’t be hired. This podcast outlines the different types of resumes so you can tailor your resume to suit specific employers.
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Resume fraud is obviously unacceptable. Stick to the facts when writing your job application, while highlighting your true skills, accomplishments, and abilities.