Learn more about what recruiters are looking for on a resume and find out what your resume is likely missing.
Have you ever wondered how recruiters find resumes online? Whether you’re using monster.com, careerbuilder.com, theladders.com, dice.com or the hundreds of other job search websites, they all have one thing in common: a resume search feature.
Recruiters and hiring managers do not have time to look at the hundreds of resumes that they can receive [...]
Phone interviews can be nerve-racking, especially for those who excel in face-to-face conversations. With these types of interviews, you must really focus on verbal cues from the interviewer to determine whether or not he or she is engaged with you.
The following tips will help you overcome your fears and will help you prepare for [...]
Your resume has about 30 seconds to impress a recruiter. Choosing the right resume format can help put your resume in the "to interview" stack. The good news is that for most professions, there are just two types of resumes to choose from: chronological and functional.
While each type of resume has its own [...]
A simple thank you note to the interviewer can go a long way. Often times, job seekers either forget to send a thank you note or don’t find the value of sending one at all. The truth of the matter is, employers expect a thank you note, so plan on sending one no [...]
K-Force Staffing hosted their first Job Seeker Workshop to hopeful hires. Sessions offered were: Resume 101, Resume 102, Interview 101, Interview 102. Jobonomics.com team members were asked to guide Resume 102 as well as assist in presenting Interview 102. The event received praise by both staff members and job seekers.
We loved being there!
There’s this negative stigma associated with people who job hop. Unfortunately, job hopping may be voluntary or involuntary. Either way, if your work history shows a repeat pattern of how you jump from job to job every 1-3 years (or less), you will need to know how to address the question of loyalty when [...]