Resumes and Cover Letters

coach_tom@sbcglobal.net

Thomas Patrick
Chuna

Nothing personal - The best way to handle rejection

Hi Everyone! A frequent question I get from job seekers is this – “how should I handle rejection?” I thought it would make a worthy blog topic, so here is my take on the subject…let’s first talk about what NOT to do – “DON’T TAKE IT PERSONALLY” Ok, easier said than d...


peggy@phcconsulting.com

Peggy
McKee

Steve Jobs’ Lesson for Your Job Search: No Fear

If you’re in the job search, fear very likely looms large in your consciousness.  And I don’t mean the obvious financial fears of losing your house or your retirement.  I mean the smaller, quieter fears that fewer people talk about, but that can affect you just as much:  the fear ...


peggy@phcconsulting.com

Peggy
McKee

Resume Format Tip: Functional vs. Chronological

The first big resume writing hurdle is usually this one:   Should you use a functional format or a reverse chronological one? It’s not as big a problem as you might think, because one of those is always going to be better than the other one.  In the video below, I’ll tell you which on...


peggy@phcconsulting.com

Peggy
McKee

Resume Search Optimization (RSO): A Power Boost for Your Resume

Do you know about Resume Search Optimization?  It sounds complicated, but it’s really a simple concept:  write your resume using the words that will attract the attention you want.  It’s simple, but if you overlook it, you might as well throw your resume in the trash, because that...


coach_tom@sbcglobal.net

Thomas Patrick
Chuna

Objectionable Objective Statements Can Cause Objections To Your Candidacy!

This time around, we are going to discuss objective statements on your CV. Depending on who you listen to, you either need them, or you don’t need them, and everyone has a differing opinion with facts and figures to validate their opinions. I happen to like objective statements, and I se...


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Reshma
Parmar

Crafting your Resume for Immigration Purposes

When potential clients contact me to find out if an EB1, NIW or OR case is a viable option, right away I request a resume.  The resume is the first place I start to evaluate the merits of a case and provide an initial evaluation.


mkendrick20@gmail.com

Mandy
Kendrick

Resume or CV?

Postdoc positions within the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, like many other jobs, have taken a hit with the latest budget news.  The option to extend USDA postdocs past their two-year appointments is no longer available—at least for now.  So, as I draw near the end of my second year, I have ...


stephanie.hi.yeung@gmail.com

Stephanie
Yeung

SEO-ing Your Resume

If you are in the midst of job search, or know someone who is, the chance is you have probably encountered the dark abyss of the company application database to which you submit your resume and cover letter. I call it a dark abyss because, more than likely, once you have hit the “submit” button ...


nick@yahoo.com

Nick
Folger

Welcome to the Virtual Job Summit

The Job Summit is here!  If you haven’t already, you’ll want to sign up and visit the virtual environment.For Employers, please know that we will continue to add booths to the event until October 4th.  It’s never too late to put your organization forward to this very talented set of ...


nick@yahoo.com

Nick
Folger

8 Ways to Prepare for the Virtual Job Summit

The Virtual Job Summit is a great opportunity to make yourself known to employers that interest you.  Employers are looking for top talent from across the U.S. to fill their open positions.  Here are some ways to ensure you make the most of your experience:1. Shop the employer booths early...