Formatting Your Resume: PDF, ASCII, .doc, or .docx? What is the best resume format to use? Imagine you have just finished writing and editing your resume. You hold up that perfectly spaced, tabbed, indented, and designed beauty admiring it and decide you re going to send it to your friend Mary because you re so proud of it. You send it and immediately text her to ask what she thinks. Mary is at her daughter s gymnastics practice but pulls it up on her Ipad. Her text back to you is shocking, This looks terrible! What happened? Depending on the format the document was saved in, certain technological devices may not have a compatible program to view it. This is important to keep in mind when submitting your resume to different recruiters or job postings. .docx .docx is the default format for more recent versions of Microsoft Word. The problem is that not everyone has updated their copy of MS Word and may be using .doc. If this is the case your .docx version is going to look really funn
For the classic rat-race employee, the next promotion, a new house, a new car is supposed to bring contentment. Usually it doesn’t work. After a temporary jolt of joy, life returns to the less-than-satisfactory norm.
The departments of Treasury and Veterans Affairs would net the largest staff increases, with an additional 7,400 and 2,200 employees, respectively. Obama would boost the Securities and Exchange Commission rolls by the largest percentage of any agency, up 12 percent to 4,700 total workers.
Here is a key point that I have learned from devoting much of my professional life to studying the effects of human emotions: The raw, impulsive ones, like fear, excessive worry and anger will absolutely hi-jack happiness and well being -- every single...
I don't think women face as much discrimination now, but the ambition to climb to the top is absent, not because of laziness or lack of opportunities but because family really does take attention and time. Raising children is becoming more challenging these days.
Don't make people pay for music, says Amanda Palmer: Let them. In a passionate talk that begins in her days as a street performer (drop a dollar in the hat for the Eight-Foot Bride!), she examines the new relationship between artist and fan.