Posts tagged “Resume Writing” (Page 8)

Recruiter Amos Tayts: My Philosophy on Resumes

In the words of the almost now forgotten Peter Principle, “it [the resume] has risen to its highest level of incompetence.” It can no longer honestly function as a spokesperson for that rare and special individual behind the piece of paper or electronic byte.

Ride Your Natural Talents to Your Next Job

Jobseekers often focus on selling their technical and transferable skills in writing their resumes. But we are noticing that more and more employers and recruiters are now seeking candidates with relevant innate strengths. Highlighting your natural talents—whatever they may be—could be your ticket to that dream job.

Open Ended Questions For Your Interview

In this article, I will provide a rather unique approach to ensuring that you stand out from the other applicants applying for the same position. It requires only two things from you: a bit of research and about four to five very, very important and well-prepared open-ended questions. That’s all!