Posts Tagged with "resume_writing"

What Font to Use on Your Resume?

Wednesday, January 9, 2013


It’s a new year. Time to dust off the resume and take a fresh look at it?? Of course, it’s easy to get really off-track from actually doing the physical, human, active networking connection work that gets you a new gig, but ensuring that your resume is consistent with the rest of your personal employment brand […]

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YES! Your Resume’s File Name DOES Matter

Wednesday, May 26, 2010


Resumes are digital now. That’s good for everybody–easy to share, easy to search, easy to save, easy on the trees.  It’s all good. But in an attempt for job seekers to keep their resume files organized, people are forgetting that other people read not only the content, but the file name you give your sweet […]

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Presenting at Utah County Job Club Tomorrow

Tuesday, April 20, 2010

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I’m presenting at the Utah County Job Club tomorrow on how recruiters view your resume.  This event is held in the North meeting room of the East Bay Cafe on the Novell campus. Novell* graciously donates this space for the club’s use to the community. Come and see what “recruiter blinders” are and how your […]

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Come on. Move me!

Sunday, May 15, 2005


I’ve just got to say this.  If you’re sending your resume around, please do just one thing, even if it’s just for me: Write an objective that means… something. The generic objectives I see daily are useless, bland, and (in my opinion) put you right back against the wall with the other job-searching flowers.  They […]

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