Successful careers don’t happen by accident. New York Times bestseller and professional resume writing expert Martin Yate CPC is the author of 17 Knock Em Dead career books, each addressing a different aspect of resume writing, job search, and career management; his work is published in 63 foreign language editions.
Martin Yate offers smart strategies for picking the best day and time when scheduling your next job interview.
Martin Yate describes 5 tactics to implement, modifying your resume, that enable you to change industries more easily.
Martin Yate explains why 95% of resumes never get read and how you can make your resume one of the 5% that does get read.
Martin Yate describes how to analyze what employers are seeking so your resume will stand out in the crowd much more effectively than a standard resume.
Martin Yate describes why and how to identify and deliver what employers want to see on your resume – relevant accomplishments.
Martin Yate helps you identify the transferable skills required by some ‘meaningless’ terms used in job postings, so you can address what the employer really wants to know about you.
Often personal crises, like caring for an elderly parent, eliminates having a job. Afterwards, job hunting can be challenging. Here’s how to recover.
Martin Yate explains how to create an effective resume even if you are unemployed and overqualified.
Martin Yate shares how to include your brand in your resume in a way that strengthens both and makes you more appealing to an employer.
Martin Yate explains how to focus your resume to meet the new requirements of today’s employers.
Martin Yate explains how resumes and LinkedIn Profiles work together to support your job search.
Martin Yate shares 4 professional resume writing tips for your email address and subject line that will make your resume magnetic to employers.
Martin Yate shares how and where to include keywords in your resume to be most effective.
Martin Yate describes the Executive Briefing cover letter, which highlights your qualifications that meet the requirements of the job.
How to handle unemployment gaps of up to 2 years on your resume.
Martin Yate explores the usefulness of cover letters to a successful job search.
Martin Yate describes how to manage the 3 key components of a successful cover letter.
How to answer the job interview question about your gap in employment for unemployed job seekers or job seekers who have been unemployed for a long period.
In job interviews, your body language is a key indicator that can strongly impact your success – or not. Martin Yate explains how to best handle your body language.
Martin Yate offers 5 excellent strategies for helping a bad interviewer see you as the best candidate for the job.