…Your summary is the text box at the top of your LinkedIn profile, just below your photo. It’s open-ended space (2,000 characters max) where you give an overview of your professional life. …Your summary is the one place you define yourself in your own words, free of start dates and titles... Whether you use it to put career choices in context, highlight your biggest achievements, or show off your personality, the summary is your chance to put your best self out there. It strengthens your first impression in a way no other profile section can...
You can read this article athttps://business.linkedin.com/talent-solutions/blog/linkedin-best-practices/2016/7-linkedin-profile-summaries-that-we-love-and-how-to-boost-your-own
…you can have all the experience in the world, but if you can’t explain it in a clear and structured way, you’re going to lack confidence and potentially undersell yourself…You can read this article at https://www.recruiters.ie/interview-guide/
Attending networking events is an exciting way to expand your professional circle and gain business insights. As you accumulate connections (and business cards), however, it can be hard to keep track of them. You want to make sure you can stay on top of each connection and remember who’s who, so you can follow up where appropriate after the event… You can read more at https://www.forbes.com/sites/theyec/2019/10/07/going-to-a-networking-event-heres-how-to-keep-track-of-business-cards-and-connections/#4b0f8a751b73
Hiring managers spend merely six seconds on each resume.
According to resume experts, HR professionals don’t read resume without a cover letter…
You can read more at https://www.businessinsider.in/careers/article/design-your-resume-with-a-basic-font-and-cover-letter-to-land-a-job/articleshow/71473574.cms
While this article was written by Katharine Hansen, for Life science professionals it could be applied to other disciplines The SWOT Analysis is a key tool in the strategic planning process that life science professionals can apply not only to career planning, but to career marketing. A SWOT analysis examines strengths and weaknesses in the internal environment and opportunities and threats in the external environment. You can read more at https://www.biospace.com/article/-using-a-swot-analysis-in-your-life-science-career-planning-and-marketing/
Choosing the right tone in your resume can be a challenge. But by carefully selecting the right words, you can connect with employers and make them feel confident you understand their business and are the ideal person for the job.
Words to avoid using in your resume… You can read this article at https://www.seek.com.au/career-advice/cut-these-words-from-your-resume-immediately
LinkedIn is a social network that focuses on professional networking and career development. You can use LinkedIn to display your resume, search for jobs, and enhance your professional reputation by posting updates and interacting with other people You can read more at https://www.businessinsider.com/what-is-linkedin/?r=AU&IR=T
Everyone knows a resume is important — it’s supposed to be the perfect snapshot of your work history, positioning you as an ideal candidate for that next gig.
But what about a cover letter?
It can be tempting to just write up a generic cover letter for all the jobs you’re applying for, especially if they’re for similar positions. Change a few details here, change a few company names there, and voila — perfect, right?
Not so fast!
There’s an art to writing a cover letter.
... our actions after the interview, however, are just as important as the prep work you did prior to the interview and your performance during the interview.
You may have impressed your interviewer during the meeting, but you need to maintain that positive image once you leave the office… You can read this article from the USA at https://www.businessnewsdaily.com/8364-post-interview-mistakes.html
VCV claims it can help eliminate human bias from the hiring process with preliminarily screening of candidates, automated screening calls, and by conducting these robo-video interviews with voice recognition and video recording.
VCV says this doesn’t replace the job of a recruiter but enhances their toolset so they can find and screen a greater number of candidates more efficiently. The startup says this AI-led approach helps companies save over 20 hours of work with recruiting bots working 24/7 to find, chat, and interview potential candidates
You can read more athttps://techcrunch.com/2019/04/23/the-robot-recruiter-is-coming-vcvs-ai-will-read-your-face-in-a-job-interview/