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How Recruiters See Your Resume

How Recruiters See Your Resume

Resume Power Verbs Strong action verbs can really help drive home your previous success and career achievements. They are important to help you start statements that explain your responsibilities and accomplishments. Most people don’t realize that resumes aren’t written in perfect English. The statements are sentence fragments that generally being with a verb. These statements make up the paragraphs that are written under the job headings in the experience section. Sentences in the bullet points of accomplishments are also written suing this stcture. Sometimes we see people that just say “Assisted this” or “Handled that” when they could be using stronger more compelling words such as streamlined or championed. Resume Power Verbs A through H Resume Power Verbs I through R Resume Power Verbs S through Z

Natural Pools or Swimming Ponds - StumbleUpon Natural Pools or Natural Swimming Ponds (NSPs) Let nature clean the water... Chemical-free water garden and swimming pool. The plant portion, or regeneration zone, is separated from the swimming area by the wall seen a few inches below the water’s surface. The pools have skimmers and pumps that circulate the water through the regeneration zone and back into the swimming area. The aquatic plants filter out contaminants and use nutrients from the water as food which helps prevent algae. Then rocks, such as granite river rock or haydite, to which friendly bacteria attach, act as biological filters. There are many options as to design. A gradual slope contains the plants, gravel and loamy sand, a wall keeps them separate from the swimming area. Vacuum but twice a year and tend to the plants as needed. The regeneration zone can be along the perimeter of a natural pool or a pond unto itself but connected to the swimming area. Northeast U.S.

Ask These Questions at Your Next Job Interview to Leave a Lasting Impression Kinja is in read-only mode. We are working to restore service. Just going out on a limb here but instead of having to cycle people through your meat grinder, perhaps you could hire more employees and allow them to work sane weeks? Flagged I don't understand why they'd take the job when that fact is laid out in front of them. We can't really rotate weekends off or anything because the union says that the employees have to bid on their schedules quarterly; same days off for the entire quarter. And as soon as I'm given a bigger hiring budget, I'll hire more people. "And as soon as I'm given a bigger hiring budget, I'll hire more people. That's world I live in too. Does the huge turnover of employee not cost more in the long term because you need to train them which costs money and time?

30 Best Room Pictures of the Week - June 02st to June 08th, 2012 1. I really love this pool 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 1900 Inn on Montford in Asheville, North Carolina 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 10 Body Language Mistakes That Sabotage Most Interviews This series is brought to you by TurboTax Federal Free Edition. Question — how much of what you “say” is actually interpreted through body language and tone of voice? Well, if we are to believe Albert Mehrabian, almost all of it. Professor Albert Mehrabian has stated that only 7% of a message is conveyed verbally, through words. Now, you may take or leave that kind of statistic, as it clearly cannot be true in all cases. But even so, it’s true that tone of voice and body language can betray our real feelings. Here then are 10 body language mistakes to avoid. 1. It’s been said that employers can spot the right candidate within 30 seconds, and that’s all about body language. 2. Did you see the movie Contagion by Steven Soderbergh? 3. Look around you today and see how often you spot the leg wobble. 4. You’ve heard it before, and you’ll hear it again — and there’s a good reason. 5. Have you ever been sat opposite someone who sat up so straight that you just couldn’t relax around them? 6. 7.

Simple Ideas That Are Borderline Crafty (35 Pics) Click Here For More Amazing Ideas 12 Unique Ways to Score a Job Interview This series is brought to you by TurboTax Federal Free Edition. These days, scoring a job interview is tough enough, let alone getting the position. With dozens (or sometimes hundreds) of applicants for every job, standing out in the crowd is more important than ever. And you’ll also need a little help from lady luck, too. But, saying that, I’m a firm believer in creating your own luck. Here then are 12 unique ways you can score a job interview, based on my experiences in advertising and marketing. 1. If you’re not using Twitter, Facebook, or other social media outlets, you’re missing out on a great way to begin conversations with potential employers. 2. A lot of people in advertising, design, or marketing use this trick, but there’s no reason it cannot apply to you if you work in another field. 3. When a band is trying to make it big (or just get people to turn up to shows), they don’t have the money for big advertising campaigns. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. How does this work? 9. 10. 11. 12.

6 Crucial Job Searching Steps Most People Skip This series is brought to you by TurboTax Federal Free Edition. After making the decision to look for a new job, most job seekers put together a resumé and then start networking and marketing themselves to potential employers. Naturally, you hope to attract interest and win a job offer as soon as possible. Fueled with the desire to take positive action quickly, however, you may skip important aspects of your job search. Even if unhurried, you may not realize that figuring out what you want in a job and an employer helps you increases your chances of getting hired. Here are crucial steps that people often miss when conducting a job search. 1. You may jump into a search without considering what’s best for you because you do not want to limit job possibilities. Specific areas to consider include: Work content and day-to-day responsibilities Expertise you hope to contribute Duties you’d like to avoid Organization size, structure, and style 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Impress the Future Boss: 9 Interview Mistakes to Avoid Wise Bread Picks A job interview is one of those few formal moments left in a world that is becoming less and less formal. Understanding just how much we need to up our game to ace an interview can be tough. If you’ve gone to all the effort of landing an interview, present your most poised and polished self by avoiding these nine mistakes. (See also: How to Answer 23 of the Most Common Interview Questions) 1. Plan for contingencies. 2. Silence that cell phone before you even enter the building and keep it off until you’ve left. 3. There is an art to shaking hands properly. 4. Your interviewer may not have your resume on-hand. 5. Exuding confidence is never a bad thing in an interview — but confidence goes beyond your resume, your qualifications, and your suit. 6. Interviewers are trained to put you at ease, and that’s a good thing. 7. Expect questions from your interviewer that are designed to gauge your knowledge of the company. 8. More and more interviews take place over a meal. 9.

Don't Say You're "Experienced" on Your Resume (and Other Words to Banish) So true. No one really seems to have any idea what goes on in the secret pocket dimension housing HR. Not even HR. The way many places are set up, you will end up reformatting your resume 50 times for each one or vomiting straight text into a little box so a team of "experienced" automatons can decide who is really qualified. I've hired in the past and will continue to do so in the future. HR's job is to screen out the first 90% of resumes. If HR doesn't screen resumes - and at one large firm I work at they don't. Then HR will do an initial set of interviews - maybe a phone, maybe in person. After that they'll pass you to the hiring manager/first round of interviews with someone in that job. HR isn't a mystery process - they have a process that funnels 200 applicants into a short list of under 10. Truthfully - the biggest hint I can give anyone is don't make mistakes on a cover letter or resume. You have uncovered the secret of recruiting.