How much thought have you put into your resume? If you’re like most of us, you’ve invested more time into your cover letter and interview skills than your resume. While those are both important, a resume is usually the first thing most hiring managers look at. Consider your resume to be your first introduction to a potential employer. Even if you’re not actively searching for a new job, keeping an updated on hand is a key part of networking. With that in mind, is your resume ready to share? Let’s walk through some simple tips that will help your resume stand out. Continue reading “5 Tips for Building a Better Resume”
Volunteering was once seen as a way to beef up your resume when it was lacking in other areas, but not something that really made a difference to employers in the hiring process. These days, employers are viewing volunteering in a more positive light and considering it to be a valuable component of a candidate’s background. This change means that you can now do something that makes you feel good, while truly gaining valuable skills that will round out your resume.