Resume Summary: How to Sell Yourself in 3 Seconds

If you haven’t written a resume in 15+ years, the likelihood is that yours begins with a big-fat objective. Unfortunately, that’s not the most effective thing to share to draw an employer’s attention. Ditch the objective and create an eye-catching resume summary instead. Objectives Are All About Read More

The Benefits of a Functional Resume

Typically, when one thinks of a resume, it's a chronological format, listing positions starting with your current (or most recent) and moving backwards. But a chronological resume isn't always the best option. There are times when the benefits of a functional resume far outweigh the standard Read More

How to Use Content to Engage Millennials – According to a Millennial

Cowritten by Hellen McAdams, Guest Blogger The world is constantly changing. And we’re not talking about small, esthetic changes here. We mean tidal waves, the kind that cause tectonic movements inside what was previously known as a consumer world kind of change. Millennials are a driving force Read More

Resume Writing Basics: Three Things You Must Have

Resume writing isn't something most people do on a regular basis. That means we're a little wary on the resume writing basics. You probably didn't know that, on average, people change jobs 12 times in their working life. And remember that your time in the workforce could be 40–60 years, so that's a Read More

Website Content: Less Is Not More

Whether you’re developing a website from scratch or considering an update, you’re looking at a lot of work. There are questions about what to include and what to leave out. Often, people feel that they shouldn’t use a lot of content; after all, who wants to read all that? Google, that’s who, and if Read More