This is a one-hour on-demand webinar! New graduate resumes can be so rewarding and profitable! But they are a completely different animal from any other type of resume we write! You can’t see them as quick and easy if you want them to work. Instead, you need to leverage a
Recently a question came up on the CDI member forum about new graduate resumes and whether it was acceptable to put classroom-based projects in the experience section. It immediately prompted me to get on my soap box and start preaching as I have VERY strong opinions on how important it
This is unlike any lesson I’ve ever written in that I am combining some rather diverse subjects. But they all have in common the impact they can have on your business success! You see, when I was updating Resumes for Dummies for the 8th edition to be released in early
For years, we’ve learned that the top third of a resume’s first page is prime real estate to showcase our clients’ skills and accomplishments in order to capture the reader’s attention right off the bat. But as you’ve spent significant time creating the perfect branding and introduction statement for your
On the heels of CDI's highly recognized Global Hiring Trends Survey: What Employers are Looking for in Resumes and Online Profiles, created by the Education Committee, we now bring you a webinar to further discuss these topics. It can be truly exhausting trying to keep up with just how
By Tom Albano, CMRW One of the greatest services you can provide your clients is to get them to think like a business owner instead of a job seeker. This shift in thinking may be subtle, but the effects can be profound. When your client thinks like a business owner,
Resume summary sections or profiles need to be rich in the job seeker's personal brand or unique selling proposition (USP). Listen to this master class to learn more about how to successfully create USPs in your resume writing.
By Laura DeCarlo - CDI President Resume summaries have to be dynamic, hard-hitting, and act as funnels to grab the reviewer's attention and get him/her excited about what your client can do for the company. Your goal with the summary is to: Show support and a match to the job