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Recruiter – Career Transition

Coach clients looking for key insights and solutions on career transition and job search. Work one on one with job seekers. Our ideal candidate is a highly motivated, result driven and dynamic - also comes with: A strong work ethic A tenacious hunger to succeed A need to have ownership in their role A good track record in sales Technical and business savvy Scope: The recruiter is responsible for the delivery of career transition information and developing solutions for individual clients during job search. This role us [...]

19 Warning Signs Your Resume Stinks

Now most of you aren’t in professions where you view resumes on a daily basis, so just take our word for it – the majority of resumes out there, are terrible. We hear the same sentiments from recruiters and hiring managers; most people just don’t know how to write a good resume. We spend a lot of time on this blog telling you what you should do to improve your resume and your job search strategy, but now we’re going [...]

Celebrate LinkedIn’s Milestone With A Free Profile Picture Optimization | Resume Target

2013 is a very special year for LinkedIn…the company started the new year off by breaking the 200-million member mark. Now while that’s great news for the company and its shareholders, as well as many of its business-owner members, it can mean a bit of a challenge for you as a job seeker. The good news is that as a member of LinkedIn, you have a HUGE audience. The bad news is, you also face a TON of competition. So how do you [...]

Does your resume deserve my attention?

A tribute to the Olympic Style Career Seeker! As with most Olympic sports, the margin of error in finding a job can be so slight that it often feels as if we had no control over the final call. In both cases this can be true, but for the most part your success can be determined beforehand through months of preparation. As Sun Tzu (The Art of War) says, "Every battle is won before it is ever fought.” Let’s not kid [...]

How to really use the apply with LinkedIn button

The usual – and often correct – assumption is that visibility is credibility.  On LinkedIn this is still true to some extent, but…and that is a very large BUT, only if you have optimized your profile. Make sure you have done enough networking online to populate your profile with sufficient connections and recommendations to prove your credibility. LinkedIn has reached a point where you may be considered unprofessional if you don’t have a profile.  It’s easy to create – you’re visible [...]