Executive Resume Writing Requires Time and Skill

by carlos 18. April 2008

When the need arises for an updated resume, busy professionals often face several challenges. The two most common challenges expressed to us by clients in need of an executive resume are finding the free time to devote to the task, and the frustration of attempting the skill involved with such a specialized style of writing. ...

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Recession Proof Career Advice

by carlos 29. January 2008

 With the concern over the economy and possible employment woes, (please note that the employment picture  looks very strong), There are many whom are looking for answers.

"What should I do if lay-offs occur?"
"What should I do if I can see "the writing on the wall?"
"Should I get out my Resume...

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Resume Writing, A Heartfelt Testimonial

by carlos 19. November 2007

The following testimonial I have published in full except fpr the deletion of names used ( to protect those guilty of exceptional service.)

Testimonial: 

If I could only explain how it feels, as if I am holding a million $$ in my hand. 

Seeing my name at the top of this beautifully formatted "rez"...

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The Resume Objective

by carlos 13. November 2007

Your Objective statement has to jump out...Attract Interest and Be Easy to Understand.

Don't get too wordy or write in chopped up sentences. Your Objective needs to be intelligent and has to communicate what you can...

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Resume Writing Tips

by carlos 8. November 2007

1. Keep Your Descriptions Fresh and Interesting. Many clients,due to lack of writing skills, use redundant and repetitive content. You need to be creative when writing your resume. Don't use repetitive phrasing through your entire resume – this is BAD!

Each...

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Tips on Military to Civilian Resume Writing

by carlos 19. October 2007

Tip number 1.
Remember that you are sending your resume to Busy people. They don't have a lot of time to spend reading your resume. Make it short and sweet and make sure you get their attention quickly. Tip number 2.


If you can see your way clear to do so, I strongly recommend that you get your resume professionally written....

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Is It Time For A New Job ?

by carlos 25. September 2007

Do you dread going to the office on Monday morning? How about Tuesday and Wednesday ? If so, you've got lots of company. With a very low unemployment rate you'd think people would be happy at their jobs, but that doesn't seem to be the case.

Employee dissatisfaction is growing. Reports show that 50 percent of employees are not...

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Resume Writing Tips For Nurses

by carlos 12. September 2007

While there is an important technical aspect to the writing of a Nursing Resume, and the technical aspects are very important, they do not preclude the fundamental rules for an Effective Resume.

There are a few points that must...

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Resume Distribution Posting and Blasting

by carlos 6. September 2007

I have written about this before, but I feel it is important and bears repeating. Your job search is important. There is a lot riding on how successful you are in finding the right job with the right pay and the right environment for you to prosper in. The basics are simple: A. An


Outstanding...

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Nursing Could Be The Best Profession

by carlos 30. August 2007

If there ever was a time to be a nurse the time is now. If you do a little research you'll see that nurses are in demand. When you are applying for your first nursing job be positive, be persistent, and be ready to give a little.

You may not get the job you wanted on your first try, but be willing keep going...

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