Once you’ve completed your resume, move back through your text and complete each of these five- second edits. Every one of these tiny moves can have a big impact, and they just might add the little extra boost that separates you from your competition.
If you’re a student taking a brief holiday break, a year-round seasonal worker who moves from job to job, or a person who’s temporarily out of work altogether, you may be interested in landing a short term job this winter. Temporary positions can help employers and businesses navigate the chaos of the holidays while also putting some extra cash in your pocket. Here are a few resume moves that can help you find a position quickly.
This week, Free Resume Builder offers a few quick answers to the most common resume and job search questions we receive from our visitors.
This week, Free Resume Builder answers a few of the most common resume questions we receive from readers.
Some rules are meant to be broken. But if you break the resume rules listed below, you’ll be crossing a line that can put both your job search and the long time path of your career in jeopardy. Unfortunately, job seekers who have been on the market for many long and frustrating months are often tempted to cut corners in these areas, and the temptation can grow as the search goes on and on. If this describes you, stay on course. Turn to your friends and family for support, and avoid these moves as if your future depends on it.
If you’re looking for a paying position for the first time in your life, congratulations! You’re embarking on a serious rite of passage, and once you overcome this challenge and land the job you need, you’ll have an easier time working your way toward the next one, and one after that. The long, winding road of your lifelong long career starts with a single step: the one you’re taking right now. As you move forward, keep these resume tips in mind.
This week, Free Resume Builder addresses questions related to resume timelines, criminal records, and searching for work in a non-office setting.
Here at Free Resume Builder, we often hear from job seekers who are under the spell of common myths related to resumes, cover letters, and the job search process. Here a few that show up in our inbox on a regular basis.
How are resumes in the modern job marketplace different than the resumes of the previous decade? And what kinds of momentary trends can give the biggest boost to a typical savvy job seeker? Here are a few signature traits of a job application that’s ready for the demands of the 21st century.
Just because you work hard and have been steadily employed by the same company for many years doesn’t mean there’s something wrong with your candidacy. In fact, many employers will probably see your dedication and loyalty as a strong selling feature. But as you draft and edit your resume, one former employer covering a twenty year time span won’t take up much real estate on the page. Here are a few ways you can add relevant detail and use that extra space to share more information about yourself.