Guest Contributor: McLean Mills Job applicants across all industries and level of employment are typically asked for two key documents when applying for a position: a resume and a cover letter. In most of our eyes, it’s the resume that dominates the stage. We think it’s what hiring managers really care about and what will
Guest Post by Pauline Delaney, ResumeGenius.com For stay-at-home moms, starting a new job search after being out of the workforce for a long time can feel intimidating — especially if you have little or no professional experience. After all, you have to compete with candidates who have the advantage of years of uninterrupted career building.
Writing is an important part of marketing and advertising these days. Even if you aren’t doing either of these things, you might still have a personal (or business) blog, or simply want to improve your writing skills. Whatever your reason for writing, we can always improve! If you’ve ever wanted to expand upon your writing
We typically see one type of resume in the job hunting world – white paper, black font, and probably not much (if any) color. While this is the standard and will work for its intended purpose, it often doesn’t have a lot of personality. Certain jobs require more formality, so the standard is your best
Your cover letter is often the first thing that a potential employer will read from you, so it’s a very important document! Of course, your resume will be crucial since it lists all of your experience and accomplishments, but your cover letter is a place to add personality and make a case for your hiring.
We all know the importance of a resume when you apply for a job, but there’s often more to the application than just that. There’s the cover letter, recommendation letters, resume, and anything else requested by that particular position. We’re sharing our best tips to keeping your whole job application professional and effective, so you’re
Running a successful blog is a very important part of running a business. How can blogging help you? It can boost SEO, help you establish yourself as the expert in your field, and provide content for social media posting. We’ve all heard that blogging is important, but how do we achieve success with our blog?
Whether you’re looking for a job, need one for your LinkedIn profile, or simply want to add it to your portfolio, recommendation letters are a key component to your professional file. Quality recommendation letters give you credibility and instant trust with a new employer or prospect, along with giving you a boost of confidence in