Wendy Marx — June 5, 2017 Follow @wendymarx— June 5, 2017 How does your professional bio back up your thought leadership strategy? Is it like a silent wingman that leaves you hanging? Or is it a reliable friend that boldly sings your praises to others? You need a bio that supports your business goals, and … Continue reading How to Craft a Killer Bio That Will Support Your Thought Leadership Strategy
Amanda Clark — May 31, 2017 Follow @GrammarChicInc— May 31, 2017 You’ve slaved away crafting what you think is the perfect resume. It shows how you’ve progressed throughout your career and what you have to offer to your next employer. But before you send it off, it’s time to give it one more once-over to … Continue reading Don’t Forget: A Checklist for Your Resume
Amanda Clark — May 23, 2017 Follow @GrammarChicInc— May 23, 2017 Once you have a resume, it’s easy to update and adjust it as you progress in your career. But first you need a solid start. While writing your resume may seem like a breeze at first – after all, it’s all about you and … Continue reading Writing Your Resume from Scratch
Freya Smale — May 16, 2017 Follow @FSmale— May 16, 2017 Stepping into the working world for the first time is not easy. I remember during my final year of study, applying for any job listed on the six job listing sites I followed. By the end of the year, I had an email folder … Continue reading 3 Reasons Why Failure is the Best Thing for Your Career
Virginia Franco — May 16, 2017 Follow @VAFrancoResumes— May 16, 2017 When people find me after conducting a search for online professional resume writers, I tell them the unvarnished truth. Resume reading has evolved over the years – in large part thanks to advancements in technology. Furthermore, recruiters and hiring managers are pressed for time … Continue reading Struggling with Conveying Your Career Paper? Understand How Resumes Get Read
Amanda Clark — May 14, 2017 Follow @GrammarChicInc— May 14, 2017 Applying for jobs has come a long way in recent years. It is rare for someone to submit a hard copy of their resume to a potential employer. Yes, there are exceptions such as job fairs or through mutual connections, but most applications are … Continue reading Demystifying the Purpose of Core Competencies On Your Resume
Amanda Clark — May 11, 2017 Follow @GrammarChicInc— May 11, 2017 When you apply for a job, it’s important to provide some piece of marketing collateral—but should it be a resume, or a CV? Both of these terms get thrown around a lot, and with a lot of people they’re used somewhat interchangeably. It’s important … Continue reading What’s the Difference Between a Resume and a CV?
Virginia Franco — May 4, 2017 Follow @VAFrancoResumes— May 4, 2017 I often help executives who reach out to me for job search advice or to get a resume professionally written. They’re great at what they do; they’ve moved from job to job or company to company by being recruited based on their reputation by … Continue reading What You Must Know if You Are Putting Together Your Resume for the First Time in Years
Amanda Clark — May 3, 2017 Follow @GrammarChicInc— May 3, 2017 People today are more connected than ever. Social media and technology are booming. Need to get information to someone? Text, email, or put it on the Cloud. But what do these digital trends mean for resumes? Are the days of traditional resumes gone, replaced … Continue reading Are Resumes A Dying Trend?
Amanda Clark — April 12, 2017 Follow @GrammarChicInc— April 12, 2017 The last thing you want your resume is to be is boring and generic. If an employer could plug in someone else’s name and everything else still applies, chances are you’re headed for the “no” pile. There’s nothing that makes you stand out or … Continue reading Powerful Verbs to Elevate Your Resume from Boring to Engaging