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  4 Goals Your Cover Letter Introduction Should Accomplish
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Nov, 2011
It’s no secret that every element of your cover letter is important from top to bottom. But the cover letter introduction may be just a bit more significant simply because it works as the bait to lure in your readers, encouraging them to learn more about you. To make sure that your introduction does its job, take a look at four goals every cover letter introduction should accomplish. 1. Advertise Your Skills and Accomplis...
 
  4 Ways to Make Resume Writing a Fulfilling Process
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Nov, 2011
When writing resumes during the job seeking process, does it sometimes feel like you’ve become a robot of sorts? Like you’re simply writing the same resume over and over again without any real meaning behind it? It’s very possible that you could develop a disconnect of sorts between the writing process and the actual meaning behind it if you write and send resumes all day long. So how can you make the resume process as me...
 
  5 Ways to Enrich the ‘Seek and Submit’ Job Search
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Nov, 2011
Searching for a job can sometimes seem like an impossible task when no positions are being offered. Understandably, this could confuse and discourage an avid seeker who does not anticipate complications. After all, how can the process be challenging when it only involves looking for positions, writing a resume and cover letter, and submitting an application? Well, in actuality, searching for a job is a bit more complicate...
 
  How Twitter Hashtags Can Help You Find a Position
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Nov, 2011
Everyone probably remembers the first time they heard about Twitter and about how young people were throwing around their one-liners about sitting on the porch, walking to the mailbox, walking back to the porch, sitting down …well, you get the picture. But since that time, Twitter has evolved into an amazing resource for companies seeking customers—and even job seekers looking for work. One reason that seekers have had suc...
 
  Long-Term Employment Is a Plus … So Prove It in Your Resume
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Nov, 2011
While long-term employment is always favored over long-term unemployment or a job-hopping history, it’s easy as a worker to feel like you’ve stuck with the same title in the same company for too long. If you’re ready to move on to a new position but worry that hiring managers will think you don’t have enough variety in your resume, here are some ideas to give your resume that fresh, updated look you’re hoping for. Remove O...
 
  Need a Resume Checklist? Here’s One That Spans Most Industries
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Nov, 2011
Isn’t life always easier when we’re able to come up with a list or set of guidelines to follow to complete a specific project? Whether you’re checking off items on your grocery list or using a checklist to pack your bags before a big trip, this level of organization is great when trying to accomplish a goal. As a person cranking out multiple resumes a day, a checklist is a good way to ensure you are incorporating key eleme...
 
  Ready for a High-Paying Hospitality Career? Consider These Resume Adjustments
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Nov, 2011
The hospitality industry offers a large number of amazing employment opportunities, largely due to its vast array of career options. Whether you’re looking to become an executive chef or casino general manager, you could easily boost your income into the six-figure range. But doing so will require making some adjustments to your resume. Highlight and Quantify Leadership When you embark on a career in the hospitality in...
 
  Researching Target Employers to Enhance Your Executive Resume
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Nov, 2011
Competing for jobs at the executive level can be challenging. As with any other level within the job market, there are many qualified candidates applying for positions every day, which means it’s up to you to find the edge you need to score an interview—and hopefully the job. One way to make hiring managers notice your resume is to personalize it, meaning you target every aspect of the company you’re applying to. Of cours...
 
  Switching Biotech Fields? Here Are Some Resume Tips to Ease the Transition
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Nov, 2011
The biotech industry is a vast one with plenty of opportunities for scientists hoping to expand their horizons. Of course, for individuals looking to switch fields within this industry, it can feel a bit intimidating to know that your competition may already have experience you’re hoping to acquire. The good news is that scientists change fields often, even in the postdoc portion of their careers. So don’t feel intimidate...
 
  What Makes Your Nursing Resume Stand Out From the Pack?
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Nov, 2011
If you’re just getting your start in nursing or are a seasoned professional looking to switch jobs for the first time in years, the idea of facing competition in your job search can be quite intimidating. Fortunately, you can use your resume as a leveraging tool to give you the advantage you need. Nurses are undoubtedly highly sought after and valued for their expertise within the health care industry, but this doesn’t mea...
 
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