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  Poor Grammar, Poor Impression
by Judi Perkins - Apr, 2010
I wrote the column below two years ago, but that’s irrelevant, because the situation continues. I tend to run it every few months, this time because I’m not only seeing it in cover letters, but several of us were discussing it on FB this week. I don’t care about casual communication between friends, but resumes, cover letters, websites...That there’s a plethora of applicants for almost every job is no secret. But a company...
 
  Strong Cover Letter Opens The Door For Your Resume
by Ramon Greenwood - Mar, 2010
A persuasive sales letter will separate your job application from the avalanche of resumes that land on the desk of employers. In most instances, your cover letter will be your first and only opportunity to make a good first impression on the potential employer. It's purpose is simple: capture the potential employer's attention and cause him to go on to read your resume which you hope will lead to an interview and an off...
 
  Cover Letters - Dos and Don'ts
by Robin Ryan - Mar, 2010
The biggest mistake many job hunters are currently making is that they actually skip writing a cover letter when sending off a resume, says an AT&T Human Resource Manager. “Cover letters are very influential, and a well written letter can grab an interview just on its own merit. It’s too bad most job hunters are so lazy they don’t write one anymore,” notes this HR manager who’s seeing hundreds of applications a week. This i...
 
  How to Keep Your Thank-You Note Out of the Trash
by Karen Burns - Feb, 2010
You’ve heard it a million times: Always send a thank-you letter after a job interview. So it may surprise you to learn that some hiring managers don’t like receiving these letters. It’s a waste of their time, they say. Sounds a little curmudgeonly, doesn’t it? But maybe it’s because so many thank-you letters are a waste of time--theirs, and ultimately, yours, too. Are you using your letters just to say “thanks for the inter...
 
  Cover Letter Fashions: What's Hot, What's Not!
by Sharon Cohen - Jan, 2010
• Is your Cover Letter unfashionable? • Does the thought of writing a cover letter – put dread in your heart? • Would you rather get a root canal, sort your socks, clean the drain? If this sounds like you, read on to learn the Psychology behind cover-letters... These days, with the advent of social media, texting and tweeting – writing is a lost art. Some predict that the ability to spell and write in full-sentences may...
 
  How to Ask for References
by Anne Jabusch - Jan, 2010
In this fiercely competitive job market, references can make or break you as a job candidate. It has been said that there is one job for every six people on the job hunt. So what can you do to make sure you stand out from the competition? Sometimes the answer is what other people have to say about you: your references. The following tips can help you with selecting the best references for your resume. • Pick relevant people...
 
  Ten Steps to Preparing Top-Notch References
by Rob Taub - Jan, 2010
It Pays to Groom Your References Grooming your references is essential; knowing exactly where you stand and avoiding surprises can be the make-it or break-it in a search. A little time with a reference can result in great returns. 10 Steps (“Yes, Another 10-Stepper”) for Preparing Your References to Work for You 1. First, phone or visit your references. Demonstrate the importance of your request my investing your time...
 
  Speaking the “Right” Language for Your Next Job
by Wendy Enelow - Jan, 2010
Whether writing your resume, cover letter, or executive leadership profile, having an informal networking lunch with a colleague, or sitting in the boardroom during an interview, it is critical that you speak the language of the position you are seeking and NOT the language of the last job you held. What does that mean? Here’s an example: Suppose you’ve just resigned from your position as VP of International Sales and are...
 
  Writing With The “RIGHT” Words
by Wendy Enelow - Jan, 2010
Create POWERFUL Resumes, Cover Letters, Leadership Profiles, Career Biographies, Executive Branding Statements & More Most professional writers share a common love for language - for words, their meanings, their patterns and their uses. I can remember studying Latin two hours each day in 10th grade (I won’t tell you what year that was!) and then taking a Greek and Latin word roots class in college. Fun, very informative and...
 
  Leveraging Those Letters of Recommendation In a Job Search
by Laura Smith-Proulx - Jan, 2010
Letters of recommendation and other types of testimonials such as performance reviews are a great strategy for reinforcing your value proposition and of course, your personal brand. One of the ways you can put these letters to good use is to add some snippets from each letter to your resume. Why does this help? Well, a resume is written to tell your own story, presumably from YOUR point of view. While you can tell other...
 
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