In today’s economic climate, the competition is difficult, but your resume should never be.
The resume is the most effective tool to kick-start your job search. Applying for a new job, the best way to get your foot in the door is your resume. It is not difficult to write a powerful resume, but it does take a little attention.
Some facts about resumes, and the way it can affect your career: Continue reading “Eight Reasons Why Your Resume is Getting Dumped!”
We all want to improve—to be better parents, spouses or friends.
There has always been a deep-seated need to rise above our current life situation. This drive is something hard-wired in our DNA and (for the history of humanity) has fueled success in business, relationships and life.
Every employee—from the mail room to the boardroom—wants to better themselves, but are often held back from acting on this primal need.
One reason could be that improvement is thought to be hard work. Everyone wants to improve, but relatively few want to do the heavy lifting to actually make it happen.
For those afraid that self-improvement is too daunting a task, there is an answer!
Unlike weight loss and awesome six-pack abs, there is a way to become a better employee immediately.
From Dr. Dean Burke, ten ways to improve yourself at work—INSTANTLY!
Continue reading “Be a Better Employee… INSTANTLY!”
Let’s face it—unemployment sucks!
When searching for a job, every day can seem like an eternity.
Fight a slow clock by keeping a positive attitude and staying proactive; an organized and structured strategy will help you obtain a job a lot faster.
Five ways to turbo-charge your job search; use them to get back to work fast!