Is your resume a customized match for the job description? Have you applied to a number of job openings and not received any responses from the hiring companies? If so, our experience shows that the resume is not conveying a convincing match. You may be truly qualified for the job, but if the hiring manager … Continue reading I keep applying to jobs and never hear a response! How to trigger the call back.
Prioritizing your job experience Most resume's list a long history of work experience. In some cases, 10 plus years. Little known fact: You will be hired for your most recent experience. For most candidates, experience in the last 3-5 years will be the most relevant to the job of interest. If you are applying for … Continue reading How to match your job experience to the position of interest
Great resume In the last few weeks, we shared with you what recruiters look for in a qualified resume. We also shared the top 3 resume mistakes that will send your resume to the recycle bin. This week we continue the series and explain how a great resume will trigger a phone call or interview. The … Continue reading How great resumes trigger interviews and phone calls
Typos, Inconsistencies and Irrelevant Information Are you submitting a qualified resume? Last week, we blogged about the top three resume mistakes that result in your application being declined. This week we discuss what triggers a hiring manager to set up an interview after reading your resume. To review, the 3 mistakes discussed: Typos Inconsistencies in formatting Resumes with … Continue reading How to create a qualified resume and trigger interviews
Who gets called and who gets declined The difference between candidates that land a job interview and those that do not land interviews will boil down to just a few resume mistakes. These are resume mistakes that the candidate usually has no idea they are making and easily fixable with the right technology. Career Tracker.co … Continue reading Top 3 resume mistakes which decline candidates