I’m sure your mom is a wonderful woman – I know mine is. Chances are, she’s even given you some career advice and maybe even helped with your first resume. Unless she’s an HR pro, she didn’t tell you these interesting and very important facts about resumes: Resume styles and purposes are always evolving Unlike [...]
Happy Monday! Today might be particularly rough given yesterday’s national drinking holiday (Irish car bombs anybody?), so it makes sense that if you’re looking for a job, today might be lacking a little motivation. Because I am addicted to lists (just check out previous posts here), today’s list is ten things you can do that [...]
Telecommuting has been in the news a lot lately, with the news that Yahoo! and Best Buy have recalled the vast majority of remote workers. Despite these high profile cancellations, we’re big believers in the power of virtual offices – they save time, money and natural resources while improving employees lives. We may a bit [...]
A well written resume is only the first step in finding the job of your dreams. Networking, finding job opportunities, and interviewing are all equally critical in getting an offer. Every day we cull valuable information and post it on our Twitter feed. If you’re on Twitter, you need to be following @ResumeExpress.
For jobseekers, the end of the year often seems like a black hole for quality job prospects. Most candidates think that searching for a job during the holidays is a bad idea, when in reality, it is the best time to look for a job with the most cards stacked in your favor: 1. Less [...]