Tag: career coach

24
Jun
9
Jun

Make Your Resume Better…Your Competition Is Resumes need to have a few requirements for them to be effective and land you that priceless interview opportunity. 1. Format needs to be CPRW standard. Check it out online, there are plenty of samples. 2. Spelled and grammatically correct throughout resume, while maintaining consistency in font, size, and spacing. 3. Pertinent information only – that is, items that only relate to what you are targeting. No one cares

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4
Jun

Question Proposed on LinkedIn: Can spelling errors on resumes matter and can make or break your chances? Others’ Responses: – There seems to be a perception that people from around 18 through to around 35 think that spelling, grammar, correct word usage and having a reasonably advance vocabulary are not very important. I wonder if that perception is reasonably accurate or if it’s something that people in the second half of their working lives made

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27
May

Question Proposed on LinkedIn: What’s the best interview question you’ve ever asked or been asked? Others’ Responses: – OK, I read most of these and you’re right, lots of tricking and cajoling going on. Why try to trick and cajole a potential employee instead of asking genuine questions to find out who they are and if they fit the job and culture or not? I don’t like it one bit when someone asks me what

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7
May

Matt Warzel, President of MJW Careers, was asked to speak to an entire high school about career paths, why the English language is important to learn for furthering yourself, making movies, and starting young. www.mjwcareers.com Note: We had to use some relating popular culture references. Note 2: I apologize for the audio issues. It was windy and outdoors. (Source: https://www.youtube.com/)