Steer clear of these resume mistakes to increase your chances of landing an interview for that great new job.
As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, an unprecedented number of professionals are working remotely and companies are ditching their office spaces to cut costs.
Unlike most business-related COVID-caused consequences, this one actually has the potential to be a huge positive opportunity area for businesses and job seekers alike, by expanding the scope of their search — for talent and job opportunities, respectively — beyond the region of a physical office.
After six months, the COVID-19 crisis is still upending the daily lives of people all around the world.
For those in the workforce, the pandemic has been a time of reflection causing many to reexamine their career choice and professional goals.
In this guest post, Rodney Laws explores how changing attitudes and expectations will forever transform the way we work.
There is a lot of talk about what needs to be on your resume but there are many items that should be removed too — especially if you have been working off the same resume since you graduated from college!
Resume writing is as much about what you don't include as what you do.
In this article, Alan Carty outlines how to help your resume "graduate" by keeping the formatting clear and the content fresh. Follow his tips and you will avoid making a wrong first impression!
While it's true that “a rose by any other name would smell as sweet”, when it comes to email addresses and your job search, the email address you’re using may need some refreshing.
Read up on some common mistakes that are made and then utilize our tips to remedy your email address if it isn't up to par.
With so much communication online, people form first impressions without ever seeing you. Present a polished image by making sure your email address is a professional one!