Not getting callbacks from the employers when you send out your resume? Join career expert and award-winning author Andrew LaCivita as he discusses 8 great tips to prove your value on your resume!
Have you wondered why your resume doesn’t get noticed? Are you curious regarding how a recruiter “examines” your resume? Interested in the resume killers? Join career expert, motivator, and award-winning author Andrew LaCivita as he discusses how to get your resume noticed in 5 seconds guaranteed!
The modern-day cover letter is your introduction—of any kind—to the employer. There are essentially three ways this occurs: Cover Letter, Email (with attached resume), or Applicant Tracking System (ATS). Your “cover letter” has three goals, which can be accomplished in four sentences. Check out the video and grab the download to learn how and see the exact language!
I’ve seen over a half-million resumes during my career and have a great trick for college students and recent graduates to ensure their resumes stand out. Below are This One Trick Will Make Your College Resume Stand Out video and podcast highlights!
I’ve reviewed more than 500,000 resumes during my career and have developed an optimal resume format that works for 95% of the workforce. Learn How To Build The Ultimate Professional Resume!
I wanted to address an issue that plagues virtually every job seeker who applies online for a position. Let’s take a look at the best way to unlock applicant tracking systems to get noticed! To give yourself a leg up, you need to avoid the websites and ATS. You need to get directly to the right person’s inbox with a tailored message. Learn how!
Military veterans transitioning to the civilian workforce face challenges most of us don't. To help them, I've created this complimentary guide titled How to Go from Military Veteran to Civilian Professional! It's truly a complete job-search guide for anyone, but especially helps veterans overcome the two major obstacles they face when becoming civilian professionals.
When you’ve been “off work” for a year, three years, or a decade, returning to the workforce is daunting. As an executive recruiter, I’m often asked the best approaches to return to transition back to work successfully. I decided it’s time to write how to go from stay-at-home parent to professional in twelve steps!
It’s time for another resume article. Yay! I’ve written a number of them. Each has its own story and offers unique insight. None, however, has focused exclusively on the worst resume killers, so I thought it might be time to discuss the four worst resume blunders and their antidotes. Before we address
How confused are you right now? How many resume samples have you reviewed? How many different opinions can there possibly be regarding this ridiculous piece of paper required to facilitate an over-in-a-blink-of-an-eye moment? Unfortunately, the answer to the last question is too many. Before we get you un-confused, let’s have a little fun