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Resume Writing

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Resume Writing

7 Tips to Make Your Resume Match the Job Description

Do you know that over 80% of job listings need, or strongly prefer, relevant professional work experience? What does this mean? It means your resume needs to offer what the hiring manager is looking for. And if it doesn’t, you won’t get an interview. The issue is that many job-seekers only create one resume that they send out with every application. It saves time but the same resume is unlikely to please the requirements of all the jobs you’re applying to. To get the maximum number of job interviews, all you need is to tailor your resume for each position…

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Resume Writing

Navigating the Modern Job Market: The Role of Virtual Job Search Assistance

In recent years, virtual recruitment methods have taken center stage in the hiring process, reshaping the landscape for job seekers and recruiters alike. According to Yello, virtual recruitment methods have become the most crucial aspect of the hiring process, with 61% of recruiters expecting video interviews to completely replace face-to-face interviews. This shift is supported by data from Onrec, indicating that approximately 86% of interviews are now conducted virtually. As remote work continues to gain popularity, job seekers are increasingly seeking opportunities that offer flexibility and autonomy. Glassdoor reports that over 86% of employees desire remote or hybrid work arrangements,…

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Executive Leadership, Job Hunting, Resume Writing

Crafting the Perfect Business Development Leader’s Resume: Metrics and Keywords

In today’s fiercely competitive job market, standing out as a Business Development Leader is no easy task. Your resume plays a pivotal role in showcasing your skills, experience, and achievements to potential employers. It’s not just about listing your responsibilities but about presenting your impact in quantifiable terms. In this comprehensive guide, we’ll explore how to create a winning Business Development Leader’s resume, with a special focus on using metrics and keywords to make it truly shine. The Anatomy of an Effective Business Development Leader’s Resume 1. Start with a Strong Profile Synopsis Your resume should kick off with a…

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AI / ChatGPT, Difference Between, Resume Writing

Is ChatGPT really the answer to high quality Resumes?

So everything is going AI. Images, videos, content, comments, painting, what not! In fact part of this blog is AI. But don’t worry, I will point you exactly what is that part. So far, its me, a human 🙂 Now if you happen to open your instagram or linkedin or whatsapp chances are that someone somewhere has posted a video on how to use AI or specifically, ChatGPT to write your CV or Resume. It sounds so easy and simple and affordable (read, free) that you almost feel why am I not doing it? And then when you actually get…

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Job Hunting, Resume Writing

The Power of Keywords: Optimizing Your Resume for ATS (Applicant Tracking Systems)

In today’s competitive job market, landing an interview can be challenging. One crucial factor that can significantly impact your chances is ensuring that your resume effectively passes through Applicant Tracking Systems (ATS). These systems help employers manage and filter through a large number of resumes efficiently. To optimize your resume for ATS, understanding the power of keywords is essential. In this blog post, we will explore the significance of keywords and provide valuable tips, supported by statistics, to help you optimize your resume for applicant tracking systems. Understanding Applicant Tracking Systems Applicant Tracking Systems are software applications that automate and…

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Career Switch, Job Hunting, Resume Writing

How to Write a Resume After Being Laid-off

Around 131,000 workers in U.S.-based tech companies (or tech companies with a large U.S. workforce) have been laid off in mass job cuts so far in 2023, according to a Crunchbase News tally. These stats are extraordinary. And those who are laid off are both unemployed and worrying about the dent in their employment records. While it is a difficult phase, it is possible to get bak to a job given you stay optimistic and work on your gaps. One of the essential steps in moving forward after being laid off is to update your resume. Here’s how to do…

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