Problem-solving skills are in high demand. Here’s how to develop your problem-solving skills and demonstrate examples on your resume.
Your resume headline is often the first thing recruiters see after your name. Here’s how to write a resume headline that makes a great impression.
Using action verbs to describe your work experience can help your resume stand out. Here’s how to use action words in your resume and over 140 examples.
Use these tips and examples to craft a cover letter that helps you attract recruiters, secure a job interview and land the job.
Your resume is a great place to showcase your achievements. Here’s where to add your awards, honors and scholarships to your resume and how to format them.
Need help perfecting your resume? Here’s where to find the best resume tools, templates and other resume services.
As a student, you may not have formal work experience yet, but there are plenty of other great things to include in your resume. Use these tips for a successful job search and resume.
Your resume should include a mix of hard skills, soft skills and transferable skills. Here’s how to list skills on your resume and example skills to help you get started.
These are common cover letter mistakes you won’t want to make. Use our tips to write a cover letter that puts your best foot forward.
Federal Job Search Expert Camille Carboneau Roberts lists 14 ways job seekers can escape the USAJOBS resume black hole.
Rosa E. Vargas interviewed a recruiter who recruits for Fortune 500 companies to find out what works now with these very large employers.
Be sure that your resumes and job applications contain the best keywords when you apply for a job. Here’s how…
Job Search Mindset Expert Harry Urschel explains how employers review resumes and reveals the secrets to making your resume stand out.
Martin Yate describes why and how to identify and deliver what employers want to see on your resume – relevant accomplishments.
Martin Yate describes the Executive Briefing cover letter, which highlights your qualifications that meet the requirements of the job.
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.
In this section, find articles, videos, and resume examples to help you create an effective resume for a successful job search today in the new era of technology for recruiting.
Carson Kohler explains why we should replace the old-fashioned resume Objective with the newer Summary statement which is more effective and more modern than the Objective statement.
Susan Ireland, Job-Hunt’s Resumes Expert, describes the two main resume formats used today.
Erin Kennedy, Job-Hunt’s Resumes Expert, illustrates the way an older job seeker can appear younger on their resume.