News and Articles About Resumes
You may think people like and understand you, and want to help your business. You're dead wrong.
While a college degree opens the door, its no longer a trump card, finds career website Glassdoor.
Stephen Gillett, Symantec's chief operating officer and former Starbucks CIO, says the skills he learned playing the online game have helped him professionally.
You'll need a well-organized resume, professional clothing and good answers to land that new gig.
He was a genius artist and engineer. But did you know da Vinci also had some serious cover-letter writing skills? Here are a few things you can learn from the master.
Hiring platform Smarterer wants employers to ditch the resumes and evaluate job candidates through assessment tests.
So long, stodgy resumes. This startup encourages job seekers to show some personality.
Businesses are all the same, which is why experience in your field shouldn't matter when interviewing job candidates.
Finding impactful staff members takes a lot of hard work. Here are the attributes one company screens for in their candidates.
What does Netflix, comedian Jack Moore and you finding the perfect job have in common? Hint: You won't find it on your resume.
The reason behind a fraudulent resume? Try envy.
Here are the three criteria employers should look for in their new hires.
Heres proof that job applications and calls for applicants need a second, third or fourth look.
Want to stand out on LinkedIn? Avoid describing yourself as "responsible," "strategic," or "creative."
New resume-filtering technology means you should consider letting go of outdated rules and focus on making your resume robot-friendly.
In a tough economy, job seekers can be tempted to fudge facts or outright lie on their resumes. Here's how to catch them in the act.