Use these tips to dust off your job application materials and spruce them up for spring. [TWEET]
Here in New York it’s finally starting to feel like spring! Many of us use this season as an excuse to unclutter our closets and reorganize our work spaces. It’s also a great time to reevaluate our job-search tactics and give them a thorough cleaning.
If your current resume isn’t delivering results, it might be time to spruce it up or even start fresh. Below are articles with top tips to help you renovate your resume this season.
Your resume is a reflection of you – and you don’t want recruiters thinking you’re outdated because your document is. Here’s how to know if your resume needs an update.
Before your resume reaches a human being, it will typically get screened by a piece of software known as an Applicant Tracking System, or ATS. Craft a resume that clears the gatekeepers and lands in the hiring manager’s hands.
Hiring pros share the faux pas they find in real resumes, including wacky e-mail addresses, defunct phone numbers and cookie-cutter templates.
While you can’t control the recruiter’s actions, there are things you can do to combat the Black Hole and improve your application’s return on investment.
Learn how to format your resume so that the applicant tracking software recruiters use doesn’t garble your document – and your chances.
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Amanda Augustine provides job search and career guidance for recent college graduates and professionals looking to improve their careers and find the right job, sooner. Follow Amanda at @JobSearchAmanda on Twitter and like her on Facebook for up-to-the-minute advice. Want to work with Amanda? Learn more at www.JobSearchAmanda.com.