Dave's Blog – June 2015 Archive (5)

Is Your Resume Going to Stand Out?

No matter what the pundits say about the shrinking unemployment rate, it seems like it's harder than ever to find a good job.

Unfortunately, the new standard method of uploading your resume online doesn't make it any easier to get your resume noticed among the hundreds of competing documents that recruiters and employers go through regularly. Is your resume…

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Added by Dave on June 29, 2015 at 10:32pm — No Comments

Market Your Recruiting Skills

With millions of Americans still looking to get a leg-up in the American workforce, it should not come as a surprise that many recruiters have a vested interest in filling many positions nationwide.

Part of being a good recruiter is having skills in the marketing department. Sure, your main goal is to fill jobs, that is filling jobs with qualified candidates…

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Added by Dave on June 26, 2015 at 1:00pm — No Comments

Online Resumes Should Stand Out to Recruiters

Recruiters sift through tons of resumes looking for that perfect candidate.

It's hard with the prolific amount of online resumes, and if you want a recruiter to take notice of you, you've got to have your online resume have that special something that makes it stand out. Usually recruiters take about six seconds to scan a resume; you want yours to pass the…

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Added by Dave on June 25, 2015 at 12:25pm — No Comments

Does Your Job Board Need a Membership Package?

There are differing viewpoints on the wisdom of charging fees for membership packages on job boards.

Job board owners are constantly on the lookout for more streams of revenue, including charging per ad or charging for membership packages. But starting a membership package system on your job board could mean the death of it.

How can you tell if a…

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Added by Dave on June 24, 2015 at 11:43pm — No Comments

Is a Career Change in the Cards?

Changing careers can be an exciting but scary prospect.

If you have been feeling burned out at your current occupation, it may be time for a change to give you that excitement for your career. However, you may not want to start all over back at entry-level in your new career either for pay or for responsibility.

The key is to consider industries that hire…

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Added by Dave on June 9, 2015 at 3:30pm — No Comments

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