#Jobseekers, you don’t want to miss this free digital event I was fortunate enough to serve as a guest on for the Career Warrior Podcast with Chris Villanueva (Founder, Let’s Eat, Grandma Resume Service) about the topic, “Tactical Advice for Your Job Applications”!

Should your LinkedIn Match your Resume? What if you have an employment gap? How do you write your resume if you’re entering a new field? These are some of the questions we answer in today’s episode, and we’ll be giving you tactical advice with 15 year HR Professional and resume writer Matt Warzel.

From Chris: “Today I brought on Matthew Warzel, Founder of MJW Careers. Matt CPRW is a certified resume writer, career coach and outplacement expert with over 15 years in Human Resources and career advancement techniques. He provides assistance to companies in transition from downsizes to buyouts as well as individual job seekers needing to advance their careers. Matt has a long history working in Human Resources and on recruitment/staffing teams across a variety of industries. He fashions resumes that allow employers to review the applicant’s assets while highlighting his or her accomplishments, showcasing impacts on employer’s bottom lines using quantitative verbiage, and maintaining brevity. He has over 705 LinkedIn recommendations, over 8,000 followers on Linkedin, over 100 Google recommendations, and over 100 Facebook recommendations.”

Listen to it here:

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