Throughout this week we have seen a lot of resumes come through that have not been quite what employers or recruiters are looking for. If you continue to read, we will go through some of the common less obvious mistakes we see and some tips to help make your resume stand out. Giving vague employment dates is one of the most common resume mistakes.
Recruiters are a great resource for people looking for a new job! They keep your search confidential instead of sending your resume out to everyone. They will also tell you about unposted opportunities and they can help you get a job or your foot in the door somewhere. Even when you don’t have every ”must-have” a role may require. Set up expectations for what
There are so many summer opportunities available to college students. With summer break right around the corner, you may be wondering what opportunities you might want to look into. Outdoor Summer Opportunities Summer jobs for college students who love being outside. If you have or are willing to acquire your CPR training and lifeguard license and want to start building your tan, then being a
As we all start working in the office, there are some perks to this position that we may have forgotten over the last year. Working from home, not having to wear real pants, not having to find your keys, and not having to get up more than 5 minutes before your day starts. These are all perks we love. However, despite those perks
Phone interviews are becoming more and more common. They can help employers screen and narrow down the number of applicants that will come to an in-person or even video interview. On a phone interview, you will typically expect something quick. An interviewee may discuss the job opportunity, determine if you are going