Question Proposed on LinkedIn: Do you have any “rules for resumes?” Others’ Responses: – I’ve found that with just these three commandments, my students can be in the top 10% of resumes: 1. Thou Shalt Know Your Narrative, 2. Thou Shalt Have a Skimmable Resume, 3. Thou Shalt Highlight Accomplishments, Not Duties. – Thanks for the post, Matthew. The first mistake Eric made was applying for hundreds of jobs. If he had stuck to working
Proud to have officially finished a 3 year journey of self-publishing my self-help book, “How to Get UnUnemployed: An A-to-Z Guide on Finding a Career You Like” http://www.amazon.com/How-Get-UnUnemployed-Crackerjack-Resources-ebook/dp/B00ITEXQ14/ref=sr_1_1?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1395775611&sr=1-1&keywords=ununemployed
Another round of some creative guerrilla marketing strategies playing against the traditional resume.