How to Workshop a Resume

How to Workshop a Resume

by guest author, Frankie Wallace The job market might be hot right now, but that doesn’t mean you can just whip up a resume and expect to land your dream job. No matter how plentiful jobs may be, if your resume isn’t on point, recruiters aren’t going to give you the time of day. But…

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Ultimate Guide to Making a Video Resume

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by guest author Evelina Brown Not everyone will resign to making a video resume – most candidates prefer to follow the classic and simpler path. However, we recommend you surprise potential employers with a creative approach and think about creating a video resume. Firstly, the video will 100% distinguish you from the crowd of other…

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How to Make Job Hopping Look Good in an Interview

job hopping

Do you have some job hopping on your resume? What is Job Hopping? A job hopper is someone who switches jobs every one or two years on their own accord.  According to the US Labor of Statistics, an employee in the U.S. stays with their employer for an average of 4.6 years. If you are…

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January is the Best Time to Apply for a New Job

January is the Best Time to Apply for a New Job

Planning to apply for a new job? Now is a perfect time. Do you know why? New Year, new beginnings. However, this is especially true in 2022 following “The Great Resignation.” Oh, and have you heard that there is a worker shortage in almost every industry? January is a common month for companies to open…

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The Great Resignation: Common Reasons People Quit

Great Resignation

The Covid pandemic has brought about “The Great Resignation” and the US Bureau of Labor Statistics reported in July 2021, that around 4 million people have quit their jobs. This is an unprecedented rate of worker turnover across the globe. Why is this happening? Common Reasons People Quit Their Jobs In many instances, the reasons are…

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 6 tips for writing a perfect resume to land an aviation job

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by guest author, Evelina Brown The selection procedure in aviation is extremely difficult and rather often there are thousands of candidates per vacancy. In order to stand out, you need to use all the available options: strong academic background, hard and soft skills, related work experience, and a killer resume. Not depending on whether you…

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Adding Self-employment Experience to Your Resume

self-employment experience

By guest author, Danielle Higley The exact help you need for adding self-employment experience to your new job search endeavors. People often say how scary it is to leave the traditional workforce and pursue a path of self-employment. Few mention the anxiety that comes with doing the reverse—joining or rejoining the workforce after a period…

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How to Write a Killer Resume for the Software Sector

by Lucy Wyndham, guest author Whether you’ve worked in the technology sector for years or are changing career paths, a standout resume for the software sector is key to getting the job you want. The software sector is growing and evolving rapidly, and now more than ever, software companies are looking for stellar additions to…

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The Importance of Being Culturally Sensitive When Applying for a Job

Culturally Sensitive

by Frankie Wallace, a guest writer Nowadays, most employers understand the importance of being culturally sensitive. It promotes acceptance and inclusion for everyone in the workplace, no matter their background. It creates a safer work environment, makes employees more comfortable, and boosts overall job satisfaction while encouraging collaboration.  But, it’s not just employers who should…

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