It’s time for a career change. You’re eager to reinvent yourself in a new role or apply your skills to a new industry. You’re excited about the prospect of something new but you’re feeling overwhelmed by the career transition process. Making a career change can feel daunting. It requires considerable
Presenting jobs in a resume for someone who is pursuing a major career change is a challenge that starts much earlier than the first day of writing. This best practice tip sheet will review pre-writing activities as well as resume-creation examples. Get the tip sheet now: Writing Resumes for Career Changers –
By Barb Poole, Hire Imaging, LLC - CCMC, CLTMC, CERW, CPRW, BS, PHR I recently dusted off some of my old books and rediscovered one of my favorite poems, "Autobiography in Five Short Chapters," from Portia Nelson's book, There is a Hole in My Sidewalk: The Romance of Self-Discovery.
Review by Eva Locke, CARW - email@example.com I can list dozens of books about the mechanics of job search-how to create a resume, how to locate job listings, how to interview successfully. How often, though, do you see a book that addresses the emotional "road map" of career transition? The CDI Book
This 1-hour master class is a discussion of strategies for helping career changers to successfully transition to alternative fields by implementing key career change resume writing and design strategies. Additional Resources: Advising Career Changers (Best Practice Tip)>> Writing Resumes for Career Changers (Best Practice
This 1-hour master class is a discussion of strategies for helping displaced employees catch their breath and survive to attain their job. There are great tips for resume writing and career coaching.
By John O’Connor – Career Pro Resumes Developing an effective resume for a recent college graduate takes a combined effort by the professional resume writer and the client. This consultative approach will ensure the newly graduated student amplifies and markets themselves to the appropriate audiences. Who are those audiences? What