If you’ve got the skillset to work in the computer sciences – either as a computer hardware or networking engineer then you’re in a position to make serious cash. After all, the need for people with the ability to work with computers is only growing more every day. Of course, the only way you’re going to be earning money like that is if you can actually land a job.
And for that you have to write a cracking resume. So how do you do that? How can you write something truly outstanding? That’s what we’re going to cover today. Let’s get right to it, shall we?
Naturally, where you want to start is with your computer qualifications. You’ll want to list to those out in a way that people can clearly understand all the amazing skills you’ve got. You might also want to put short explainers behind them, however, as often the audience who’ll be hiring you might not know what all of these phrases mean.And let’s be honest about it, though they might Google them, they won’t. After all, they’ve got enough stuff to look at today, what with all your competitors. Continue reading “How to make computer hardware & networking engineer resume?”
It’s a big question. How do you put that sales experience in your resume? For if you can put it in their correctly, then you’ll most certainly wow your audience – but put it in their wrong and they won’t be impressed at all. In other words, it can make and break your chances for certain jobs.
So how do you make it make you? Well, the best strategy to use is to actually use some of that valuable salesmanship that you’ve learned on the job. Use some of the big tricks that you learn while selling, to boost the quality of your CV.
What am I talking about? Well, read on.
Continue reading “How to describe sales experience on a resume”
The world is full of job ads. There are boards for every market, every job prospect, and every political persuasion. And yet, many people still struggle to find the job they’re looking for. In large part, that’s because there are often far more job seekers than there are positions. That can make it hard to stand out.
So, what can you do to get noticed if you’re not finding a way to gain traction through regular pathways? Well, how about sending out an unsolicited resume? This strategy can work better than you may believe. It’s gotten a lot of people jobs in places they otherwise might not have had a lot of opportunities.
Continue reading “What is an unsolicited resume?”
Did that title shock you? It should. You take your time writing a resume and sending it out to several places repeatedly. You keep waiting and waiting for responses that just don’t come.
You know what is happening? Your resume is bullying you as not fit for the job. As soon as it reaches the HR manager, it is saying loud and clear that you are not qualified to work there. How?
Continue reading “Is Your Resume Bullying Your Chances of Getting a Job?”
Did you know that there are over 2 million jobs available in the federal government? And did you know that you do not have to be in the military to apply for them.
Not only are there over 2 million jobs available, getting one of these coveted positions comes with some of the best benefits packages you can get.
So, what does it take? How do you, a civilian, beat out those that have served in the military or others in line for these jobs?
The first step to getting into a federal position is to know what you want to do and where. Because it is a government job and not specific to local offices, many of the job postings could be asking that you relocate. Continue reading “Federal Job Hunt? What Works?”
The resume is the door to your interview process. When you are trying to get a career started, or you are thinking of changing careers, if your resume does not speak concisely, and clearly to a prospective hiring manager, that door will be closed before it gets a chance to be opened.
Writing resumes for a living for over 10 years has taught me one thing, and that is, if you do not know what you are doing with this important document, get professional help. It is one investment that you will have a positive return on throughout your working lifetime. Continue reading “Writing the Professional Resume: A Professional’s Advice”
There are some of us that can think back and remember when you had to guess if the guy next door made more than you in the same position. Salaries have usually been the thing that was hush-hush around the water cooler. You just didn’t discuss them.
However, today there is a demand that women make as much as men in the same positions and workers on the lower end of the pay scales must fight to get the minimum wages raised, which are always transparent.
So, how do you find out?
Continue reading “Free Salary Calculators: How and what are these helpful apps?”