Many candidates spend a lot of time carefully crafting compelling answers to common interview questions and their own insightful questions to pose at the end of the interview. Those are important steps, but if you stop there, you aren’t going to secure the best offers, if any. Here’s an article kick start the discussion: https://jhacareers.com/career-search-articles/Read More
Finally, let’s look at the last of the 3 questions your résumé MUST answer to get a hiring manager to sit up and take notice: Does it prove you will deliver? Once your résumé has passed the first 2 tests mentioned in my earlier postings, you’ve got my interest. Now you need to demonstrate that you […]Read More
Now let’s look at the 2nd of the 3 questions your résumé MUST answer to get a hiring manager to sit up and take notice: Does it pass the 10-second test? Let’s face it – recruiters, HR professionals, and hiring managers are busy people. Typically they receive hundreds of résumés for any opening they might […]Read More
Okay, let’s look at the 1st of the 3 questions your résumé MUST answer to get a hiring manager to sit up and take notice: Does it have a strong professional image? You might say, “Why should I worry about that? It’s just window dressing. The meat of the résumé is in what I say!” Do […]Read More
Would this ”Objective” opening grab your attention and make you excited to read the rest of my résumé? “Seeking a management level role that will let me use my acquired skills and talents in mentoring, leadership and work unit reorganization to help a forward-looking company improve its efficiency and enable me to energize my career.” This opening commits […]Read More
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