8 RIDICULOUSLY EASY RESUME SPACE SAVING TECHNIQUES TO FIT YOUR RESUME ON ONE PAGE, TWO PAGES OR MORE
Here’s what to do if your resume is oozing onto an extra unintended page, like when you squeeze too much toothpaste on your toothbrush!
I’m going to point out some resume space wasters that you can easily trim down in order to make your resume perfectly fit that goal 1 page, 2 pages, or more. And we’re not talking about little tweaks, we’re going to be talking about options for cutting whole resume sections.
Religion and politics: two topics that you largely want to avoid during your next networking meeting, and especially during your next big family get dinner unless you like a side of side eye with your pot roast.
So avoiding these topics in conversation is usually easy, but what should we do when it comes to our resume? What if we have worked in politics or religion before, whether it be a job or volunteering?
If you’re a tech professional yourself, you are probably frequently approached by potential employers. And if you’re really lucky, and qualified, hopefully some of these potential employers include Google, Apple, Amazon, Facebook, Netflix (oh and Twitter): the whole FANG (or is it FAANG? Or FANG+?) family.
But if you’re not getting calls for interviews, you’re probably running into a resume problem, or problems.
3 to 7 times is how many times you will be changing your career over the course of your lifetime. So you’re bound to be writing resumes for career changes. Read this post to learn how to make previous experience make sense to new target jobs.
HOW TO WRITE A THANK YOU NOTE AFTER AN INTERVIEW WITH THE T.H.A.N.K.S. FORMULA – TEMPLATES INCLUDED!
So after you aced your interview, and confirmed the company and job are the right fit for you, it’s just time to sit back and wait for the offer to roll in right?
Not so fast!
You should be writing and sending your interviewer a thank you message.
In this video, I’m going to cover how to write a thank you note after an interview with the THANKS formula!
“Do you have any questions for us?” might seem like another common, and annoying, interview question. But the time that you get to ask your interviewer your questions is a golden opportunity that you can’t let pass you by! This post and video guides you through asking clever questions.
“Tell me about yourself” makes an interview seem like a cheesy speed dating event AMIRIGHT?!
It’s like what does the interviewer actually expect from us in a good answer to one of the cheesiest and most annoying of all annoying interview questions?
I’ve been getting a lot of questions about common interview questions and recommended interview question answer samples, so I’m finally tackling this topic.
“What is your greatest weakness?” has got to be the most annoying interview question, AMIRIGHT?!
It’s like what does the interviewer actually expect from us in a good answer to one of the most annoying of all annoying interview questions?
I’ve been getting a lot of questions about common interview questions and recommended interview question answer samples, so I’m finally tackling this topic
LinkedIn just gave us 20 seconds of built in video on our LinkedIn profiles to tell profile viewers what we’re all about as professionals.
We’re talking about the new LinkedIn cover story feature, and in this video, I’m breaking down what it is, how to use it, and how to make the most from it in order to stand out in your job search.