Don’t hesitate to delete, edit or reformat your resume as you craft it.
When drafting a resume, you have to be willing to hit the delete button as many times as needed to ensure your resume is ready. There’s always something in your resume that can be changed to make way for more relevant details. And you have to make sure your resume passes the applicant tracking system (ATS) before anyone can see it.
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Find out how to fix your job application to get more opportunities.
If you’ve been looking for a new job long-term, you’re probably now familiar with the most common interview questions, like, “Tell me about yourself” and “What are your strengths and weaknesses?” Believe it or not, these questions actually have very little to do with the real questions involved in recruiters’ hiring decisions.
Don’t raise red flags during your interview.
It’s a must to prepare for a job interview. Know the basic etiquette—This includes bringing an extra copy of your resume, not bad-mouthing your previous employers, and arriving on time. However, it doesn’t hurt to be extra careful during the interview if you want to leave a positive impression.
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Avoid these pitfalls to get your resume sent to the right people.
With the power of the Internet and various social media platforms, recruiters are trying new things to scout their next recruit. Most applicants are being lured with creative job postings in several places other than job boards.
Find out how to leave a positive impression to get more responses.