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Now that it’s graduation season, I’ve recently reviewed resumes for several new graduates. It was clear to me from looking at these documents that many people just entering the workforce feel unsure about which rules still apply for writing resumes today. Here are some tips for those who find themselves in this situation. What Resume Length Is Appropriate? Conventional wisdom says that resumes should be just one page.
It’s a question that comes up a lot: how do I stand out? how do I break in? how can I be successful?
If you're trying to land a job at a large company, your resume will likely be looked at by a machine long before a human being sets eyes on it. That means you'll have to write your resume to cater to keyword scanners or risk being shoved off into the rejection pile. However, remember that it'll still need to make sense to human eyes once it's passed the keyword test.
Writing a CV is not an easy task. Both a beginner and a mature resume authors may find some discrepancy und mistakes in their works. To avoid misunderstanding you should pay utmost attention to the following rules:
By Kiersten Kaye ( @klkaye ) I know it’s cliché, but if I had a dollar for every time someone told me “I hate recruiters” or “Looking for a job is SO hard,” I’d be a very rich woman. The fact of the matter is, most people find the hiring process to be frustrating because of a lack of reciprocation. First you apply to a job online and then you receive a generic email that says “Thank you for your interest in X company.
Stefan Boublil`s Black Apartment design brings a new dimension to the glamorous lifestyle. The concept was made for a client that needs no introduction: Cindy Gallop from BBH advertising. The brief for this apartment was short and simple: “ At night, I want to feel like I`m in a Shanghai nightclub… ” And so it is. The locker rooms of the first YMCA in the US became the scene for the designer`s theatrical show. A black-lacquered Chinese box served as inspiration for this aesthetic endeavour.
Recently I wrote an article on resume/CV templates available for free, or to purchase, from all across the web. They ranged from print media, to fully fledged, CMS run pages. That’s all fine and well, and they are all fantastic templates, but what if you want to express yourself through your CV?
Though there is no one-size-fits all approach to designing a great email, there are some general tips and best practices that you should always keep in mind when building your own campaigns. This is a very broad topic, covering everything from the From Label to images to HTML. So let's dive right into the details: