By now, as a seasoned job hunter you should know there are a few essentials you should have in your arsenal: business cards, a solid cover letter, your elevator pitch, and your well-formatted resume.
In this article, we’re going to take you to the next step and focus specifically on one seemingly small but massively huge part of resume building: resume format and how to select which one is right for you.
If you follow this guide, that breath of fresh air resume is going to be yours! But first, we need to figure out what type of resume format you need.
We don't think like psychologists. And in doing so, we sell ourselves short. Here are six ways to change that:
Business presentations don't have to all be the same, and being in the audience during one doesn't have to be sleep-inducing. It is possible to make every business presentation entertaining, informative and enjoyable for all parties involved.
Experts shared their best tips for creating and giving a killer presentation that will engage your audience and help you land the sale.
Capability statements and brochures are important tools to influence your customers. Knowing the difference between them and when to use them requires understanding the differences between them.
A Capability Statement is a business’s government resume. Government contractors marketing directly to Government Buyers without a Capability Statement are lacking the essential tools for federal networking in 2015. These statements help educate contracting officials on the past performance of a business, personalized details of a business, and display federal information that is required of every active contractor.
Keep in touch