Plan Your Job Search

Looking for a job? Your first impulse may be to surf the Web for job ads or grab the help-wanted section of the newspaper. But your job search will be more effective if you first take the time to create a plan. Make a weekly or daily schedule of job search activities. This plan will help you keep on track during your search. Develop your own schedule by committing to at least some of the following activities: Get help with your job search Find and contact your local American Job Center to talk with a counselor and learn what resources are...

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2015 and 2016 Resume Do's & Do Not's / ***FREE TIP***

Below are some general guidelines and tips that must be kept in mind when attempting to build the best resume for any position in 2015 and 2016. Use of Adjectives and Power words: Replacing a few verbs with stronger action words and adding a few powerful adjectives here and there in your resume can work wonders. These power words will magically enhance the impression your resume is going to make on potential employers. Objectivity: Since recruiters don’t have spare time to go through long sentences or paragraphs, they prefer objectively formatted resumes. You can replace your qualifications section with a...

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