WHAT IS THE BEST FONT FOR A RESUME? RESUME FONT STYLES & RESUME FONT SIZES USED BY PRO RESUME WRITER
It’s one of the most minor and inconsequential parts of resume writing, but job seekers still stress out about it. We’re talking about what is the best font for a resume?
And it’s not the job seekers’ fault for worrying about fonts. Admittedly, as a “baby resume writer” I made a bigger deal about font than I should have.
Resume fonts, resume font size and resume font style all DO matter, but not for the reasons you may have heard or been told.
In this video, I’m going to show you the font styles and font sizes that I use as a professional resume writer.
When you first stepped into your job, you probably weren’t expecting to be in it as long as you may have been.
But lately, you’ve been feeling like you're ready for a change.
But how do you write your resume if you’ve only held one job for a really long time. Like 10, 15, or 20 years long?
The pandemic has actually won the remote work fight for many of us.
But that doesn’t mean the pandemic gives us an automatic pass for remote work.
You still have to show that you’re equipped to work remotely. You need to know how to write a resume for remote work.
Why am I not getting interviews?!
This is one of the most perplexing parts of job searching.
There could be any number of reasons that you’re not getting interviews, but I’m going to focus on the top 10 causes that I commonly come across.
Functional resume or chronological resume? Which one is best?
A question for the ages, like who built Stonehenge?
In this video, I’m going to settle the score and answer: should you use a functional resume or a chronological resume?
So you’re now established in your career, grown professionally, and are ready for your next big thing: becoming a manager.
In this video, I’m going to cover how to get a job in management, and give you some tips for taking your resume from individual contributor, to manager.
My most comprehensive video to date. A 22-minute training and step-by-step guide to help you write a resume when you don't have any experience (or very little).
1 page. 2 pages. 3 pages. More?
How many pages and how long should our resumes be?
While we need to tell our full and complete career stories in our resumes, we are writing resumes here, not our life stories.
In this video, I’m going to help you determine how long your resume should be, and how many pages you should include.
6 seconds. That’s the average amount of time that your resume is reviewed at the initial screening.
That doesn’t feel very long. Because it isn’t. You can take a sip of coffee that lasts longer.
In this video, I’m going to show you how to make sure you’re giving recruiters and talent acquisition folks the goods, in a good way, in order to maximize these 6 seconds.