Stand out in your entry-level job search (U.S. Data)

Stand out in your entry-level job search (U.S. Data)
Text Version Available Below Infographic: Text Version How to stand out during our entry-level job search Competition is fierce when it comes to the entry-level job search, but there are a number of surefire ways to catch the eye of employers. 1. It’s never too late to intern. Internships are a great way to gain ...

Ways to use Pinterest as a visual resume

Ways to use Pinterest as a visual resume
By Michelle Held, Posted on PinTalk Jobs 3 Ways to Use Pinterest as a visual resume With 48.7 million users on Pinterest as of April 2013, the odds of you connecting with a potential employer or new client via Pinterest are ever increasing. Why not consider using Pinterest as another outlet to showcase your creativity? ...

7 steps to a killer video application

7 steps to a killer video application
By The Daily Muse, Mashable.com, June 14, 2013 Last year, I applied for the job I now have (and love): the Account Management role at ZeroCater. The position seemed like a perfect fit for me, and I couldn’t send in my resume quickly enough. However, part of the application process included submitting a video, which ...

How to write a resume for an $80,000+ job

How to write a resume for an $80,000+ job
Accessible Text Alternative Below Courtesy of: ResumeTarget.ca Text Alternative How to write a resume for the 80K+ professional That one page CV you learned to put together in high school might have landed you a lifeguarding job, but it will not get you that $80,000-plus position today. It’ll crash and burn right into the recycling ...

Four simple steps to standing out in the job hunt

Four simple steps to standing out in the job hunt
Written by Kyle Reynolds, Posted on JobPostings.ca If you’re a recent post-secondary graduate, congratulations—you’re one of roughly 200,000 new job seekers in Canada! The number may seem frown-worthy, but recruiters and employers alike are actually quite eager to take on young professionals just like you. However, the competition is fierce and it’s critical to find ...

Why we suck at writing our own resume (And the fix)

Why we suck at writing our own resume (And the fix)
Written by Brooklyn Resume Studio, Published on YouTern I had to update my own resume recently. It seemed like a joke, because as someone who does this full time on a professional level, you would think this would be a cinch. Not so. Here’s the thing: it’s extremely difficult, if not impossible, to write objectively ...

How to write the perfect social media profile headline

How to write the perfect social media profile headline
Written by Brooklyn Resume Studio, Posted on The Savvy Intern I know copywriters who get paid six figures to write one-line sentences. Of course, they write endless variations before that final headline or tagline appear on a page. But that one line can make or break an ad. Precise communication is everything. Too many of ...