List of Strengths for Resumes, Cover Letters, and Interviews

When you’re job searching, employers will be looking for evidence that you possess the right strengths to get the job done as they screen your  resumes cover letters and job applications. You will also be asked questions aimed at uncovering your strengths during job interviews.  What are employers looking for? Which are the best strengths to share with employers when you're job hunting...Read more at  https://www.thebalancecareers.com/resume-strengths-list-2063804

Resume Keywords and Tips for Using Them

Keywords are words that relate to particular requirements for a job. They are skills, abilities, credentials, and qualities that a hiring manager looks for in a candidate.

When a hiring manager looks through a pile of resumes, he or she scans each resume to find these keywords. Many companies even use applicant tracking system(ATS), also known as talent management systems, to screen candidates for job openings... Read more at https://www.thebalancecareers.com/resume-keywords-and-tips-for-using-them-2063331

8 Ways to Transform Your Job Search in 2018

  If you’re looking to revolutionise your job search process  in the New Year, here are the steps you should take to really make 2018 the year you land your dream job.  Read more at https://www.glassdoor.com/blog/transform-job-search-2018/

Activate your ‘it’ factor for job search successIt happens all the time—an employer makes a hiring decision that I don’t understand. I’m the one who set up the interviews, but the hiring manager can’t tell me the exactreasons why one candidate was hired a

It happens all the time—an employer makes a hiring decision that I don’t understand. I’m the one who set up the interviews, but the hiring manager can’t tell me the exactreasons why one candidate was hired and another turned down  Read more at www.sciencemag.org/careers/2016/12/activate-your-it-factor-job-search-success

Why Your Cover Letter Isn't Working as Hard as it Should be

So what do you do, then? Tell a story about yourself, and explain where this company fits in. Just like with an interview, it's an opportunity to not only showcase and contextualize your successes in your career (which should be reinforced and complimented by your resume, not just a repetition), but also why you are uniquely the best candidate for the position.  Read more at https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/why-your-cover-letter-wrong-andrew-cerrone?trk=v-feed&lipi=urn%3Ali%3Apage%3Ad_flagship3_feed%3BwTNOIBpXtxr5XPQjE8Nt7w%3D%3D

Resume Keywords and Tips for Using Them

 Keywords are words that relate to particular requirements for a job. They are skills, abilities, credentials, and qualities that a hiring manager looks for in a candidate.

When a hiring manager looks through a pile of resumes, he or she scans each resume to find these keywords. Many companies even use  applicant tracking system (ATS), also known as talent management systems, to screen candidates for job openings.  Read more at https://www.thebalance.com/resume-keywords-and-tips-for-using-them-2063331

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