Tag: job

9
Jul

Writing a Well-Written Summary on Your Resume Since the Summary is the first section that a hiring manager sees, you want it to make the most positive impression possible. I have a few comments that will help you make yours even better. The Summary should be made up of 3-5 sentences (written in one paragraph) that capture the best of what you have to offer an employer. Consider it your “elevator pitch,” or what you

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8
Jul

Question Proposed on LinkedIn: What’s the best way to be doing a job search after relocating to another state? Others’ Responses: – AI can’t say for sure because I’m still looking to relocate from Florida to Wisconsin, but I can tell you what does work and what not to do. Understand you’ll be heavily-discriminated against because you’re out of state. 1. Do not be tempted to put a “local” address on your resume or cover

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24
Jun
23
Jun

Matthew Warzel Featured in a Deseret News Article!

Please check out this fantastic article by Kelsey Dallas at Deseret News with our president, Matt Warzel, as a contributor – Does putting your religion on a resume help or hurt you? https://www.deseret.com/2014/6/23/20543581/does-putting-your-religion-on-a-resume-help-or-hurt-you

23
May

Question Proposed on LinkedIn: How to answer the interview question, “So Tell Me About Yourself”? Others’ Responses: – Focus on the professional you. The interviewer does not want to know about where you took your last vacation or what your favorite pastime is. Provide an introduction to your relevant experience, education, skills and knowledge that will be discussed more in-depth over the course of the interview. – Generally, I employ Bill Cosby’s first thought”"I started

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