It’s every executive’s challenge: Condensing decades of experience and expertise onto a single resume page. Here’s how our resume expert helped streamline a CIO’s storied 25-year career.
Listen | Discover | Apply We listen to what career or job you feel you are qualified for. We discover gaps and opportunities for your new resume. We apply what we both learn and let our graphic designers do their magic! Is your resume in need of a makeover? Send a copy of your resume... Continue Reading →
After the structure and support of university and college, finding your first real job might seem like a daunting task. There are so many things to consider: building your CV, researching your ideal jobs, completing the application packages, nailing your interviews, and considering your options. The best way to make sure you don’t get overwhelmed... Continue Reading →
May 20, 2014 by Hannah Morgan Why is it that recent college graduates are having such a difficult time securing a decent job after they graduate? There was an article in Time, which I recommend you read “The Real Reason New College Grads Can’t Get Hired.” There are some interesting theories based on several different surveys. Soft skills... Continue Reading →
AuthorMichael ZhouPosted onApril 25, 2018 Applying for a relevant job profile and successfully completing the selection process is of greatest significance for fresh graduates from their career point of view. However, landing on a preferred job position is easier said than done because there are numerous hurdles in waiting that can disappoint people, especially fresh... Continue Reading →
You’ve just graduated from college, you’re multi-talented, and you have the education level many companies want their employees to have, but you’re still not hearing back from the companies you’ve applied to. The job search period has its way of getting people to feel pessimistic about the future. It’s hard to stay motivated when you’re... Continue Reading →
Liz Ryan , CONTRIBUTOR from Forbes You must bring questions with you to every job interview. Here are three good questions to ask your interviewer: 1. How does this position contribute to the department's — and the company's — success? 2. What will a successful first year in this job look like? What will your new hire accomplish in their first... Continue Reading →
by Lydia Dishman - Fast Company Rebranding tired old job titles, so they seem fresh and exciting (read: appeal to new talent), has been happening for decades. For example, one 30-year veteran of customer care at various tech companies says that “customer success manager” is a new spin on a role that hasn’t changed in decades. But the... Continue Reading →