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).
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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.
Accomplishments are the meat of resumes. They are the most important part of your resume.
But how do we actually write a resume accomplishment or achievement? What should it include? And quantifiable accomplishments, how do those work?!
In this video I’ll show you how to approach accomplishments and achievements on your resume.
Ageism is a major problem in hiring, and something that we can’t necessarily control. I'll show you what you CAN control as a job seeker, particularly on our resume and LinkedIn, in order to avoid age discrimination in your job search.
Multiple jobs at the same company is progression, not job hopping. But how do we properly show this progression on our resume?
Standing out in our job search can be really challenging. Competition has truly never been more fierce.
In this video, I’m going to share some ideas for getting noticed in your job search. We’re going way beyond your resume!
In my quest to debunk much of the resume myths and disprove many of the supposed resume rules out there, I want to spill some more resume tea.
In this video, I’m going to clear up some more of your resume worries so that you can get back to focusing on the most important part of resume writing, and that’s the writing part.