In today’s #job market, being prepared is absolutely critical…if you want to be successful. Having your career tools in top notch condition should be no different.
What are your career tools? Your resumes, coverletters and letters of recommendation….just to name a few.
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Happy New Year to all my listeners & viewers! Hope you enjoyed your holidays. Let’s get started on the right way in 2019 with your #careertools.
Your #resume is one of the most important career tool you have to help you take advantage of job opportunities, so make sure it’s ready.
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What must your resume have in 2019?
1. Your summary that includes qualifications and knowledge specific to the job you are applying for.
2. List the relevant skills and experience displayed in bullet points. Keep in mind you are giving the applicant tracking system (ATS) and the hiring manager a quick summary of what you can do for them.
If you are looking to have your resume updated to reflect 2019 standards, check out my resource here.
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The primary function of your #resume is to pique the interest of the #employer enough to get a job interview. If you’re not getting calls from employers for more information what you have to offer, then this career tool is not doing its job for you.
Want to have all your career tools such as your resumes, cover letters and/or letters of recommendation reviewed by an human resources professional to improve their chances of working for you? Go check out this resource where I review all your career tools…so they can start working in your favor.
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The challenges you face when #lookingforajob can drive any sane person crazy even if you feel you’re doing all the right things such as…applying online, applying in-person, going to industry specific networking events etc.
Keep in mind, the quality of your #careertools can also make it break your chances of getting callbacks for #interviews when you do apply for jobs.
Want to make sure your career tools are truly working for you? Check out my resource to help get your #resumes #coverletters & other careers tools are working for you…not against you.
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The only person who knows what you want in your career is YOU. If you want to make changes in your life, including your career, you must have a concrete understanding of where you are right now. In this video, I have also discussed four ways to get from where you are to where you want to be, in your career.
Here are the four methods listed below to achieving a successful career change:
1. What can you do or skills you have now that people are willing to pay for?
What unique skills edge and qualifications to you possess? To help you gather this self-inventory, you can download my FREE DREAM Career Guide by going here.
2. What do you know (specific subject matter) that the marketplace find very valuable?
In recent years, the rise of the social media managers and content blog writers became increasingly valuable with the rapidly growing industry of content creators of videos, podcasts, blogs, self-published authors. The business and technologically advanced climate now brings tremendous value to those industries. So, keep this example in mind when you are thinking and writing your response to this question.
3. Write down the responses to questions 1 & 2? Write at least 5 responses to each one. (Just do it!)
4. Use the info you wrote down in question 3 to formulate a new “career change” resume.
If you are looking for additional help with formulating your new resume from the information you gathered in Steps 1-3, then check out my other resource here where we can work together on your new resume to get your new career venture started.
If you have general career-oriented questions, contact me here where you can leave me a voicemail or email message and I will return your call within 24 hours.