Let’s be honest, the job search is no easy task. There are so many factors that play into being the right candidate or finding the ‘perfect’ job and staying positive through the job search process can be difficult.
The Department of Defense announced a renewed effort to alert veterans that they may have their discharges and records reviewed for a change of status. Those veterans who feel they were victims of an injustice regarding their discharges etc. may now request a review of their status. Continue reading →
A resume is one of the essential tools in your job search. This tool is used to market or sell an applicant to an employer. It should only be a short summary, not the whole store. The following are general guidelines for writing different types of resumes. Continue reading →
Working from home sounds like a dream come true but the truth is, there are plenty of benefits companies get with hiring remote employes. That’s why more and more companies are embracing remote friendly jobs.
An old-fashioned tough-guy actor who was best known for his portrayal of Wyatt Earp on the TV series The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp, Hugh O’Brian was also a tough guy in real life. Continue reading →
A cover letter can be a welcome addition to the resume. There are some “extras” that may make the difference in your cover letter making the hiring manager want to take a closer look at your resume. Continue reading →
A Human Resource Manager normally spends 10-15 seconds looking at a resume. This makes it imperative that you make sure you avoid simple writing mistakes that may impact their view of your work. Michelle Dumas of the Forbes Coaches Council suggests that there are six common mistakes that you should be aware of. Continue reading →