Job Search Help: 8 Executive Resume Trends for 2017

Job Search Help: 8 Executive Resume Trends for 2017

A resume is like the cover page of a book. You must try to make it as creative and attractive as possible, because by seeing the cover page only, one decides on reading it further or not. It should have an eye-catching design layout. Profiles with achievement-driven bullets are more striking and welcoming to read. Use of technical words to define the skill sets is considered to be more professional. If you already have written a resume but it’s not working well, go for rewrite content.

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Does Your Resume Pass the Screen Test?

Does Your Resume Pass the Screen Test?

Viriginia Franco is one of approx. 60 Executive Resume writers certified by the National Résumé Writers Association as a National Certified Résumé Writer) and hold a Certified Professional Résumé Writer certification with the Professional Association of Résumé Writers and Career Coaches.

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Podcast: How to Handle Tough Resume Problems

Podcast: How to Handle Tough Resume Problems

Why do all resumes look the same? What if I'm a mom returning to the workplace? How far back should your resume go? These are just some of the questions we'll tackle in this 10 minute podcast from our archives. Part of being a good job seeker is educating yourself so tune in and do just that!

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Podcast: the Future of the Resume

Podcast: the Future of the Resume

What does the future hold for the traditional resume. Will we still be using it the same way in 5-10 years. Listen as our Chris Russell gives his take on this evolving topic. In this short podcast he'll detail some ways employers are already using alternative ways to apply. From the CareerCloud Radio archives originally published 3 years ago.

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43,823 Job Leads Ripped from the Headlines this Week

43,823 Job Leads Ripped from the Headlines this Week

Every day in the US and Canada, employers are making new announcements about their plans to hire. We at CareerCloud track these job leads in a state by state database so you can keep up with this important hiring news. Instead of job hunting, company hunt for places you'd like to work at that are growing and offer more job security.

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5 Useful Space-saving Resume Tips

The resume; your possible future employer’s first look at who you are and what you have done. It truly is one of the defining factors when it comes to getting that dream job. That is why it is very important to have a great resume, and a great resume is not a long and boring one. Some think there might be an advantage to having a long resume, but there really is not. You want the employer to be able to read through everything fairly quickly. 

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20 Resume Writing Rules That Will Beat Your Competition

20 Resume Writing Rules That Will Beat Your Competition

Landing a lucrative entry-level job is uppermost on the minds of almost all college or university pass outs. Your chances of finding the first job of your life will go up manifold if your resume reflects exclusivity. On the other hand, having a distinctive CV will stand you in good stead if and when you’re poised to make a much-awaited career leap.

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4 Keys to Freelancing: What You Need to Succeed on Your Own

4 Keys to Freelancing: What You Need to Succeed on Your Own

Those who dream about setting their own hours, working from home or just being their own boss may want to go into freelancing. However, being a freelancer is not always glamorous. You are responsible for finding clients, securing payment for services rendered and responsible for insurance and taxes. Here are some tips to help aspiring freelancers succeed in the self-employment game:

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