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Resume Writing

Job Hunting, Resume Writing

What is an ATS and is it important? Read the truth about ATS Resumes.

Over the years, we’ve seen a great many questions posed by job candidates about Applicant Tracking Systems (ATS). Unfortunately, there are many misconceptions and erroneous beliefs as to how ATS actually work, how they review and qualify candidates, and what benefits they provide to both the candidate and the employer. Let’s take a look at some basics every job applicant should understand and then clear up some assumptions and misinformation about this very important component to the job application process. What is an ATS? Simply put, an ATS is an online software application that accepts and stores information that job…

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Executive Leadership, Resume Writing

Lean Resumes: One Page Resumes of the future

Resumes have always played an integral part in the steps involved towards getting a job. In fact, it happens to be the first step which gets you closer to the interview chair. The entire dress to impress concept has been a thing of utmost importance when it comes to showcasing your very best in that piece of paper, which will turn frivolous if it fails to reach the table of the employer. I did a bit of deep digging for this article and found out that the love affair began way way back than one would imagine and the first…

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Career, Job Hunting, Resume Writing, Women Careers

How Mathematics can help you climb the Ladder of Success

MATHEMATICS – It is the only subject that remains with us through our entire life. A person may not have an education in English, Science, History, Geography etc. but still holds knowledge in basic Mathematics such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. Mathematics plays both the role of a hero as well as a villain not only in student but also in college life. If we can grab the depth and concepts of math, we find it like an easy game and all our math sums and problems start giving acute solutions. But if we are unable to grasp math,…

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Guest Post, Infographics, Resume Writing

Create an Effective Infographic Executive Resume to showcase your Managerial Achievements in 2020

This is a Guest Post by Mary from Valenture Institute A resume is an essential tool that is necessary for an individual to offer to employers when searching for jobs. It comprises a page or two with his life condensed in them. Resumes help the employers in deciding on the perfect candidate for the job. There are a variety of resumes, traditional ones, and the creative ones. The creative resumes are known as infographic resumes. An infographic resume makes the candidate more prominent from the crowd who have applied for the job. Therefore, it increases their chances of getting shortlisted…

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Executive Leadership, Management Consulting, Resume Writing

Checklist for your Leadership Resume

Every professional needs a Resume and getting your Resume on-point is often easier said than done. Junior to mid-level professionals tend to find a way using internet help and resources but C-Suite Executives (or even Directors and VPs) are the ones who struggle the most to find something that perfectly sums ups their rich career into a page or two. With competition for top posts higher than ever, and jobs sinking sharply your resume should be developed to convey your vision and thought leadership for the future. Demonstrating Impact Your leadership or Top Management resume should be able to convey…

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Career, Graduate Resumes, Resume Writing

How to Write your Professional Resume? A Step by Step Guide

A Fresh College/University Graduate or an Experienced Employee whenever seeks a job or decides to switch their present organization, they are required to define and elaborate themselves in a very effective manner. They should develop a professional Resume for representing themselves in order to get hired for the job they are seeking. Along with the Graduation certificates and mark sheets, the Resume plays a vital role for showcasing our career initiation followed by a successful career growth. Not everyone can afford to work with a professional resume writing agency or a professional resume writing service. However, by following certain best…

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Career, Job Hunting, LinkedIn, Resume Writing

Start using LinkedIn the right way in 2020

We all know how powerful a tool LinkedIn has become in the last 5 years. This blog is a small guide on how LinkedIn should be used and the tools it provides to everyone — from a job seeker to a sales professional. We also explore the different premium features for all use cases. A brief introduction of LinkedIn with some stats Started in 2003 by “PayPal mafia” member — Reid Hoffman 675 million LinkedIn users, spread over 200 countries; 2 new members per second Source: https://news.linkedin.com/about-us#statistics US — biggest market (165 million users), India #2 (62 million users), China #3…

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Career, Resume Writing, Trends

Why right now is a great time to work on your Resume and Career Goals

The Corona Virus (or Covid19) Pandemic has brought the whole world to its knees. Production has stopped, industries are at a standstill, and everyone is worried and scared. But it doesn’t mean we won’t bounce back! Governments are taking precautions and locking cities down. Most educated people are socially distancing themselves and it is only a matter of time before we, as a race, defeat the virus and get back to our normal lives. This time, the lock down phase, is when most of us are at home and keeping a distance from all kinds of social distractions. It’s a…

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Career, Communication, Job Hunting, Resume Writing, Trends

Your Writing Skills can show you a career path with Numerous Options & Opportunities

 “Either write something worth reading or do something worth writing” – Benjamin Franklin In schools and colleges, teachers or professors often give topics to write something – essays, journals, or paragraphs. If we are able to express our thoughts and opinions fine through the writings, we score well and sometimes we even receive an appreciation. Our writings get published in school magazines, children paper editions, etc.  As a result of these reasons, we often think of enhancing our writing skills and have a feeling that a career in writing may not be a bad choice. Writing as a Profession. Writing…

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