What grabbed the recruiter’s eye was the security pro’s certification, on top of his resume and smack dab in front of her face. Read the story.
Some career results are so over-the-top or irrelevant, they can skew your job chances. Read the story here.
The new year is the perfect to time to reflect on milestones, refresh the accomplishments and performance numbers and put it all down in your resume, should you need one in 2011. Check out the full story here.
Don’t expect the resume screener to be an expert. It’s up to you (and your resume) to direct the conversation that will match you to the job. Check out the full story on TheLadders.
Resume length, font, and an old-fogey e-mail address are just a few ways to label yourself as antiquated. Read the full story here.
Here’s how recruiters and hiring managers sniff out resume facts from fiction: the full story’s here.
Check out these guidelines on when and how to follow up without coming off as a stalker.
Ten jobs in 10 years might make a job seeker look like a job hopper or a committed consultant, depending on how the resume presents work history. Read the full story here.
Angry e-mail? Check. Thank-you messages read from scripts? Check. Here’s a rogues’ gallery of what else not to do.
Resume Checklist: Follow these best practices to ensure your resume gets through the spam filter, applicant tracking system, and to the recruiters and hiring managers. Read the full story.