One of the most prevalent and misguided advice we see every day at Crafted Resume is the insistence on including a resume objective. If you look at sample resumes across the internet, a large majority have an objective.
You're at the point where you've said "I need a job now!" What I am doing isn't working, and I need a plan to find work. Here is a step by step guide to get you back on track and finding a job as soon as possible.
By Colleen Oakley Everyone has a fear: heights, spiders, the ground opening up and swallowing you whole. (OK, maybe that's just me.) But fears at work can be particularly debilitating.What if I fail? What if I’m not good enough?
Business 2 Community Five Tips for Improving Your Resume Business 2 Community Five Tips for Improving Your Resume image shutterstock 126974384 1 300x200 I am not a fan of online job applications, having met many a job seeker who spent months...
Applying for a Job? 5 Follow-up Tips That Can Net Success Fox Business Take for example, Paul, a rising manager entering his second year at a major financial company, who turned a rejected resume into a new job offer through perseverance.
Have you heard of reverse graffiti? It’s an approach to street art in which the artist removes the grime on city buildings or sidewalks to create images instead of using spray paint. So what does this have to do with your resume?