Tag Archives: Certified Professional Resume Writer

Spinning Resume Criticism into Revision Gold

How to make the best use of input from professionals, friends and colleagues. Read the full story here.

Leave a comment Continue Reading →

Time for Resume Spring Cleaning

Unless you’re prepared to edit out old information and streamline the rest, your resume becomes an outdated clutter. Click here for the full story.

Leave a comment Continue Reading →

How to Select a Resume Writer

Check out my latest article on TheLadders for questions you should ask and qualifications you should seek in a professional resume writer.

Leave a comment Continue Reading →

‘Why Did You Leave?’ How to Address Past Employment

Parting can be such not-sweet sorrow if your explanation is clunky in an interview. In this article I give tips on positioning your resume (and your head) to provide a positive answer to the question: “Why did you leave?”

1 Comment Continue Reading →

How to Explain Employment Gaps, Sabbaticals and Negatives on Your Resume

Here’s how to avoid putting a negative spin on your work glitches and how to stop hiring managers from wondering what you really did with your time. Read the story here.

4 Comments Continue Reading →

Top Resume Mistakes

I interviewed HR managers to find out which resume mistakes they see over and over again and how to avoid them. Click on through for the checklist I came up with to make sure your resume isn’t one of the clunkers.

Leave a comment Continue Reading →

Customize Your Resume for That Plum Job

With resumes, there’s no such thing as one size fits all; know where, how and why to tweak, advises resume pro Steve Burdan. Check out the full story here.

Leave a comment Continue Reading →

Resume Verbs: Before and After

Certified professional resume writers Andrew Pearl and Tina Harlan provide some examples of how they’ve punched up bland resumes with action verbs. Click here for the full story on TheLadders.

Leave a comment Continue Reading →

How Verbs Make Your Resume Sizzle

Your resume’s verbs can limp across the document and put hiring managers to sleep, or they can grab a recruiter by the throat, inspiring him to reach for the phone to schedule an interview. Lunge for the full story and devour it here.

Leave a comment Continue Reading →