Jennifer Broflowski's Blog (5)

Why You Should Ditch the Objectives Section of Your Resume & What to Fill it With Instead

The resume objective is proposed to show potential managers your capabilities for the job and your knowledge level in the field. What was once observed as a key approach to catching everyone's eye of hopefuls is currently observed as obsolete and abused.

If you’re giving out resumes and not getting many calls to interview, there’s a…

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Added by Jennifer Broflowski on January 26, 2017 at 3:43am — No Comments

Is Your Resume Weak? How to Identify, Correct and Strengthen Your Approach

Whether they are working in a small company or in a multi-national one, whether they are engineers, or doctors, or professors, or factory workers, they all submitted a copy of their resume to the company they wanted to work with. 

But why not all jobseekers get the jobs they want despite submitting their resume to the company of their dream job?  

Disclaiming internal factors on the side of the company, the strength of the resume is one big factor why…

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Added by Jennifer Broflowski on January 18, 2017 at 8:30am — No Comments

How Not To (And How To) List Education On Your Resume

When listing your education provide the institution you attended, degree and your major(s). If you have multiple degrees, you should start with your most advanced degree then work your way down (Master’s – Bachelor’s – Associate’s). If you attended multiple schools in your quest for higher education, you only need to list the one you received your degree from.

The following are tips on how not to list education on your resume, which was prepared by…

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Added by Jennifer Broflowski on December 22, 2016 at 3:00pm — No Comments

How to Write a Chronological CV?

When it comes to writing your CV, the first impression really counts. The employer can be easily put off by any tiny mistakes. Therefore, it is very important to know how to write a nice CV. The chronological CV is the most common used format in resume writing. It lists your work experience chronologically from the most recent job to the earliest you were involved in. This format should be straight forward and simple. Make sure you separate every work title distinctively to create separate…

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Added by Jennifer Broflowski on December 20, 2016 at 4:25pm — No Comments

How to Find and Keep the Right Copywriter

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Anybody can hire a copywriter, but not everyone can hire the right copywriter. With increasing demand for a written content, the number of freelance writers also grows. But how to distinguish a real professional from all the mediocrity and hire a…

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Added by Jennifer Broflowski on November 30, 2015 at 6:30am — No Comments

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