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Matthew Warzel Featured in a DollarSprout.com Article!

Posted by warz65 on  October 28, 2020
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Please check out this fantastic article by DollarSprout.com with our president, Matt Warzel, as a contributor – 10 Tips to Write a Good Cover Letter in 2020 (With An Example Provided By Us!) https://dollarsprout.com/how-to-write-a-cover-letter/ Thank you for reading! Please visit www.jobstickers.com to keep up with all of MJW Careers? content, and visit www.mjwcareers.com or email warz65@gmail.com (or call 855-YES-EMPLOYEES) to learn more about our resume writing, interview training, career coaching or outplacement services and solutions.

Client Testimonial

Posted by warz65 on  October 27, 2020
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Category: Client Testimonial
A friend of a friend… Veronica was a former resume writing client who came to us after having spent almost 10 years in the armed forces, specifically making daily sacrifices for us civilians as part of the Nuclear Propulsion Training and Management program. Her goal was to communicate these wonderful transferable skills and accomplishments for targeting a Maintenance Technician or Maintenance Supervisory role within the Data Center space. We focused on certain ATS-compliant keywords and
These are some of the things my clients have shared with me: Client 1: Production Supervisor laid off due to #COVID19, and finds out that the company hired someone in the same exact spot (and younger). You’re telling me employers aren’t using this as a time to identify newer employees? Client 2: Technologist, whose budget was cut and demoted into a junior role to “ensure they’re still around after the virus mess”, decided to seek
Build a cover letter that stands out. While only half the recruiters/hiring managers will read them, it’s important to have it. Trying to resonate with the hiring manager shouldn’t be scary. Your goal is to show your brand advocacy. Quickly demonstrate the “why” you’re a good fit for their organization by personally customizing the cover letter so your story builds an emotional connection with the reader. Show them your connection with their brand and why
Check out our President, Matt Warzel, on the Social-Hire.com Webcast with Tony Restell, where we talk about best resume tips and navigating the COVID-19 job market. Thanks for your support! More about Matt Warzel: Matthew Warzel, CPRW is a certified resume writing expert with over 15 years in Human Resources and career advancement techniques.  He manages MJW Careers and provides assistance to companies in transition from downsizes to buyouts as well as individual job seekers

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