As if crafting a résumé and searching for jobs isn’t enough of a headache, these days you have to think about how to get your résumé in front of a job recruiter — a sort of marketing strategy, if you will. So, what’s the best way to make sure your résumé isn’t overlooked by a prospective employer? These five tips will help you stand out and be seen in the job market.Read Full Story
You might assume that your need for a current resume is about as important as keeping your business wardrobe tailored and trendy when you're a work at home mom, but your resume still matters — even if it's not going to be sent to an employer within the next decade. In this issue of Working Mom 3.0, writer Stephanie Taylor Christensen explores why you shouldn't leave your resume to collect dust — even if your days of working a 9-to-5 are a thing of the past.Read Full Story
Planning to re-enter the workforce after staying home with your kids? The first step is to update your resume.While being a professional diaper-changer and carpool queen has made all the difference in your family's lives, potential employers are unmoved by some of the hugely important contributions you've made in the home. If you need to update your resume to go from stay-at-home mom to working girl but don’t know where to start, check out our tips.Read Full Story
Education is always a good resolution to have for the new year. And sometimes a little brush-up is needed, whether it's to stay up-to-date on the current trends in your industry or to make yourself more attractive to potential employers. While many universities and colleges are now offering professional studies classes (classes designed for working adults), there's still a better (and cheaper) way: learning online. Unless you absolutely need to a certificate or diploma in the end, these online courses are a great way to plump your resume and learn something new and interesting in 2011.Read Full Story
With college degree in hand, new graduates now have the challenge of making themselves look good on paper. These resume tips for new grads – from recruiters, human resources representatives and career counselors – offer wisdom about how to stand out amid a sea of competition.Read Full Story
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