Making your resume successfully support the transition from stay-at-home mom to working mother can be done. Here’s how…
Bringing a well-planned and constructed career portfolio to your next job interview gives you a powerful tool to present your career and sell your value to a new employer.
Phyllis Mufson offers a way to ensure that that your resume has the best chance of survivng the 6-second resume review hurdle.
How veterans can translate their military experinece into terms and skills for the civilian marketplace.
Job-Hunt Veterans’ Job Search Expert Vet Patra Frame describes how to create an effective resume for your transition to civilian employment.
Diane Hudson Burns offers strategies for responding appropriately when an employer request applicants complete a job application in stead of, or in addition to, submitting a resume.
5 tips for building your career change resume.
Virginia Franco shares the 5 steps you can teke to construct a cover letter which will demonstrate your interest and fit for the job, even when you are making a career change.
For a successful job search, you need to have an ASCII (plain text) version of your resume. Here’s how to convert your Word document into plain text.
Effective job search now requires more than simply submitting a resume to land a new job. This is what is needed today.
Federal Job Search Expert, and former federal hiring manager, Nancy Segal shares 9 myths about the federal job search hiring process that can sabotage your success in landing a federal government job.
This article highlights the differences between a federal government resume and a typical non-government resume.
Chronic Illness Job Search Expert Jason Reid suggests when and how to disclose your chronic illness in a resume or cover letter.
How to use a cyber-safe version of your resume to protect your privacy and your job during your search for a new job.