Resume Blog - The best professional resume writing advice https://www.resumeblog.com/feed/ Find the most valuable resume writing tips to stand out from the competition. Take advantage of our resume examples and build your personal brand. en <![CDATA[Resume Tool Benefits]]> https://www.resumeblog.org/resumeservices/resume-tool-benefits colomain.resume.consultant@gmail.com (Resume Blog Editors) Mon, 30 Sep 2013 00:00 GMT

Knowing how to use a resume builder online can help to greatly improve your chances of being hired in for the next job you desire.

When you are thinking of searching for a new job, updating your resume for any position is highly recommended to increase your chances of getting hired in. Using resumes online in the form of templates or a resume maker can help you through the process of create a professional and appealing resume for any type of job you are hoping to obtain. Knowing the benefits of using resume tools, templates, builders and resources can assist you with an advantage over other candidates who have not tweaked their resumes before applying for the same position as you.

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<![CDATA[Improving Your Resume File]]> https://www.resumeblog.org/personalbranding/improving-your-resume-file colomain.resume.consultant@gmail.com (Resume Blog Editors) Wed, 26 Jun 2013 22:00 GMT

Improving your resume file's size and overall appeal is essential when applying for positions in an in-demand field. You can use free file converters to help ensure your resume is saved properly before sending it out.

When you are seeking a new position for any type of job, improving your resume file is necessary to increase the chances of receiving a callback or a request for an additional interview. Improving your resume file can be done by using a file converter and ensuring that your resume has a low weight file when sent. Knowing how to improve the overall quality and appeal of your resume can ultimately mean the difference between finding employment and being overlooked as a potential candidate.

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<![CDATA[Visual Resumes and Image Files Requirements]]> https://www.resumeblog.org/resumetips/visual-resumes-and-image-files-requirements colomain.resume.consultant@gmail.com (Resume Blog Editors) Tue, 18 Jun 2013 01:00 GMT

Submitting a resume to potential employers in the creative field should be done by properly inserting a photo to represent yourself professionally. Showing a photo within your resume can help to increase your chances of being considered for the job.

When you are thinking of applying for a position that involves photography, design, art or any type of work that is creative, including a photo of yourself or any work you want to showcase is highly recommended to attract potential employers to your resume and CV. Using resume maker tools online from home can help you to piece together a professional resume and CV that is appealing to all employers regardless of the industry you plan to work in. Having a visual resume is a way to outshine other candidates who do not put as much time and effort into their own resumes before applying for a position. If you need to know how to resize your image within your resume, consider using free services and tools from home.

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<![CDATA[Tips to Prepare a Flawless CV]]> https://www.resumeblog.org/resumetips/tips-to-prepare-a-flawless-cv colomain.resume.consultant@gmail.com (Resume Blog Editors) Tue, 21 May 2013 01:00 GMT

Creating a curriculum vitae or CV is the first step for applying to a job. It is an extremely crucial step as it is the first point of contact a candidate makes with the potential employers. It is important to write a resume in a way that reflects your personality and instantly impresses the recruiter. The company must get impelled to call you for a personal interview. Let us discuss the ways by which you can create the perfect CV.

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<![CDATA[Best practices on writing a Social Media Resume]]> https://www.resumeblog.org/examples/best-practices-on-writing-a-social-media-resume colomain.resume.consultant@gmail.com (Resume Blog Editors) Mon, 22 Apr 2013 01:00 GMT

Many potential employees are claiming to be social media mavens, but very few actually have the necessary skills and experience to run successful social media campaigns. Set your skills apart from the rest with a clean, powerful social media resume that demonstrates your knowledge of the field.

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<![CDATA[10 Best Resume Website Templates and Layouts]]> https://www.resumeblog.org/layouts/10-best-resume-website-templates-and-layouts colomain.resume.consultant@gmail.com (Resume Blog Editors) Sun, 24 Mar 2013 22:00 GMT

Today’s world is one of innovation and professionalism. One of the most advanced and progressive technologies is the internet and it is important to demonstrate your ability to adjust to these technological advances to potential employers.

This starts with your resume. An employer’s first impression of you is what you include in your resume, so it is important that you use the right tools to create it. Using a website to build your resume is a good way to guarantee professionalism and thorough completion. Many websites make suggestions about what you should include in your resume and how you should word it.

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<![CDATA[Write a successful covering letter]]> https://www.resumeblog.org/examples/write-a-successful-covering-letter colomain.resume.consultant@gmail.com (Resume Blog Editors) Mon, 21 Jan 2013 04:00 GMT

resume cover letterPersonalizing a cover letter is so important. Submitting a generic cover letter will not capture the reader or the employer as well. You also need to address the specific positions that are usually advertised over the web and through prints. Resume is an important tool in applying for a job, but this is not just the only tool that you need. You also need to have a cover letter which is also important in applying for a job and in impressing a boss or an employer.

Rather than finding generic cover letter for your job application, you can make your own job application cover letter and increase your possibilities of getting the job that you want.

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<![CDATA[Latin America job opportunities]]> https://www.resumeblog.org/resumetips/latin-america-job-opportunities colomain.resume.consultant@gmail.com (Resume Blog Editors) Fri, 18 Jan 2013 04:00 GMT

jobs in latin americaIn this article, we are going to talk about Latin America job opportunities. If you are interested in working abroad, we invite you to read the info here.

Would you like to work abroad? Then, maybe you are interested in working in Latin America. The economic stability of this part of the world is one of the most important reasons why people are looking for jobs here. If you want to work in Latin America, you should try to have a good command of the Spanish language, because in most Latin American countries, Spanish is the official language. In this section we also want to present you with useful websites where you can find Latin America job opportunities.

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<![CDATA[Video Resumes Vs Text Resumes]]> https://www.resumeblog.org/resumetips/video-resumes-vs-text-resumes colomain.resume.consultant@gmail.com (Resume Blog Editors) Thu, 17 Jan 2013 04:00 GMT

Read a comprehensive introduction about Video Resumes Vs Text Resumes. If you want to know the pros and cons of a video resume, we invite you to read this article.

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<![CDATA[The resume is dead!]]> https://www.resumeblog.org/resumetips/the-resume-is-dead colomain.resume.consultant@gmail.com (Resume Blog Editors) Fri, 30 Nov 2012 04:00 GMT

A resume is known as an informative tool about you. However, it seems that traditional resumes are not working anymore and the resume is dead. Employers could pay most interested in how people think, how people like to work and what people are like. These aspects could not be seen in a simple resume, but it could be better to check them in social profiles.

Employers are losing interest in those traditional resumes based in just text. They would like to be impressed by your creativity on a resume. They could prefer to see digital resumes with web presence or other interactive tools. Maybe, it is time to use resume templates and layouts to improve your resume.

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