Category Archives: Resume Tips

Top 5 Valuable Tips to begin the Hiring with Social Media!

Using a disciplined approach of social media hiring can significantly expand the horizon of employers to select the potential candidates. It directly connects the employers with the high-caliber candidates. The rapidly growing social media industry has created a large pool of both, employers and candidates that are seeking out such platforms for their job growth.

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Is LinkedIn Your New Resume Website?

LinkedIn is the chief career based social media platform that is successfully connecting professionals all around the world. It’s the foremost job search tool that is extensively used by everyone to share and care about the information and key issues of the business industry. Your LinkedIn profile is serving out as a magnet to a

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Seek Social Media for Branding

Social Media has introduced a new dimension in every field of business industry. Specifically, the HR industry has started expanding with strategic and tactical approach. The social media have finely explored for securing the best candidates for their respective organizations. It has simply increased the awareness about the branding in the society & business industry.

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Learn to Optimize Your Resume for Applicant Tracking System

If you are actively searching out for the jobs, sending your resume at every possible place and not getting even a single response, in return, what you think would be the potential reason of not getting any response. Your resume is not able to stand out at any job-opening because of the Application tracking system.

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Why Recruiting Firms Should Have Video Resume Capabilities

By: Debra Wheatman Debra Wheatman, CPRW, CPCC is president of Careers Done Write, a premier career-services provider focused on developing highly personalized career roadmaps for senior leaders and executives across all verticals and industries. Debra may be contacted directly at debra@careersdonewrite.com. Visit her site at: careersdonewrite.com. Follow Debra on Twitter. Video resumes are the future. The ubiquity of quality video cameras

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Soft Skills: Need of the Hour – Part 1

“Soft skills” is quite a wider term to explain. However, it expresses the ability and capability of a person, how he/she deals with different scenarios in random conditions.  It means every person persona of somehow different persona. The same scenario goes to business industry as well, because of the varied requirements they have for their

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Your CV may be the Reason You Don’t Get Interviews!

Usually, most of the organizations are using software based applications to track the desirable resumes for their organization. They receive more than 100’s of applications for a basic job-profile. And the number of applicants gets increased with an increase in the level of positions, which creates a tough competition all around. Job-seekers, if your resume

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Tune Up Your Cover Letter with Keywords!

The cover letter is a small introductory write-up of a resume that has established itself as a vital addition in the resumes. This small introduction letter briefs about an aspirant’s qualification, skills and capabilities and get accompanied with each resume you are presenting to your prospective employer. It simply creates a significant first impression on

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Creating an Impressive Video Resume: It’s All in the Details

Sure, we all probably have heard or just intuitively know the basic guidelines for creating a video resume: look professional, make sure the sound and lighting are decent, choose a tidy background, etc…These are all pretty intuitive. But beyond these basic guidelines, what really separates a good video resume from the pack? Check out this

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But I Don’t Have Any References!

As a job seeker, perhaps you’ve had this frustrating thought come across your mind during an application process. Although I do truly believe that you feel like you don’t have any references, I am willing to bet that, if you think hard enough, you do. Perhaps you haven’t held a job before, or you have

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