Showing posts with label resume tips. Show all posts
Showing posts with label resume tips. Show all posts

Sunday 10 January 2016

Tweaking Your Resume

Often our resume has the information on what we did. It's like reading something without any meaning.

Tweak your resume to convey a meaning and not just information.

Monday 28 September 2015

Friday 7 August 2015

Resume Tip's


Match your skills with Job details. This is what will win you interview calls, also based on Job details you would need to fine tune your profile. 

To know more read our previous articles.

Resume Tips


Always pull words from Job Description to match the same in your profile.

If you have coordinate in Job Description then there should be "coordinated" in your profile.

If "Analyze" is in JD, remember to have "Analyzed" in your profile.

Wednesday 1 April 2015

Powerful Verbs in Resume

Most resume bullet points start with the same words. Frankly, the same tired old words hiring managers have heard over and over—to the point where they've lost a lot of their meaning and don't do much to show off your awesome accomplishments.

switch up a few of those common words and phrases with strong, compelling action verbs that will catch hiring managers’ eyes.

No matter what duty or accomplishment you're trying to show off, we've got just the verb for you. Check out the list below, and get ready to make your resume way more exciting.

Sunday 29 March 2015

Tailor your resume

The dynamic changes to the roles and responsibilities has made us to tailor our cv/profiles to meet the job description.

Hence it's critical for us tailor our profile for situation.  Below list out few attributes while tailoring your profile

Saturday 28 March 2015

Why writing a cover letter important?

Covering letters are among the most important tools you can use in your job search, and they should always accompany your resume when you apply for a job.

Cover letter reflects your personality,professionalism, experience and allows you to  attract the prospective employers interest. 

Tailor your cover letter to fit each opportunity.

Writing experience of job, unrelated to the career

If most of your experience is unrelated to the career, then you want to begin by summarize it briefly and accurately.

Write in your summary/profile section that you are seeking to begin your career in massage therapy, and place emphasis on your education, training and affiliations to highlight your qualifications.

Resume Blaster

Tuesday 24 March 2015

Resume Blaster - Don'ts in a Resume/Profile/CV

Resume Don'ts

  • Making your reader dig for information is a crime.
  • Don't tell everything you've ever done, this is going make your profile big.
  • Using incomplete sentences which reflect your lack of details to attention.
  • Don't include personal information, such as age, race, health status, its not needed while searching for a job (until and unless its specified)
  • Making your resume too dense, busy or cute will lead to disqualification.
  • Use a small font. 
  • Using a fancy fonts that are hard to read will be a 100% NO