Meg in San Jose, California. Check out some good profiles in "l-i-n-k-e-d-i-n" and copy the styles that may suit you You see, Melissa, all anyone has to do is view your Indeed profile. Viewing it reveals how patently obvious your shill is and your purpose for posting.
Unemployed Paralegal in Denver, Colorado said: Sorry, babes, but you have posted the same or similar post on several forums. Why don't you do the right thing and ask Indeed to pull your posts and then ask how to purchase a paid ad for your little scheme?
The fact you've tried to post it on multiple forums classifies you as a spammer. Hopefully the mod will delete your posts As far as reviews go, all the places I have worked have provided me a copy of my preformance reviews after my review meetings and I have them available for potential employers to review if they are asked for. If the employer volunteers your reviews or other parts of your employment file, IMO it has waived any privilege.
So use them if they are favorable. JobSearcher84 in Atlanta, Georgia. Go to the work force agency in your town. Ask for a specialist. They help you tweak your resume for free. CF in Los Angeles, California.
I am still trying to figure out what they felt their service had to offer. After having them rewrite my resume, I had another service review and got the same negative response from my original resume.
In fact, I got fewer hits on my resume after spending the money to have them redo it. NO - I actually ended up having it rewritten, so their resume writing service was NOT useful at all in my case.
It is best to take the time and research what employers are looking for in a resume, use the most powerful words in a resume and know your market. There are tons of new online options that will provide you with FREE info and resources.
Employers pay attention to how a candidate submits their credentials as well as how or if they follow up with the initial contact, and so on. One of the best things a candidate can do for his or her job search is to professionally NETWORK with potential employers, with colleagues in the field, and others who might share insight or additional value. The clients with whom I work are able to get career coaching and advice pertaining to their industry and where they are in the process.
A good writer will be genuinely interested in learning about you, your industry, field, and your career goals. Demand great service and ask for references. I agree that it's best not to pay for something you can get for free. Writing your own resume actually helps you "study" for your interview. There are lots of online tips. Here's the process I suggest:. It's a lot of work the first time around, but worth it thereafter as you end up having a very strong resume that can be tweaked quickly to target each job.
What was unique about it? Was it more effective than your old resume? Would you do it again? Joe Gagill in Poughkeepsie, New York. You have always come across as a good person. So, I hope everything is working out. Remember to start building those important contacts for your next job. Joe Gagill in Poughkeepsie, New York said: Everythings going good, im tired but at least its from working and not from looking for a job. Flightless in Charles Town, West Virginia. And if they aren't, we should get rid of them!
People spend a lot of time creating a quality resume only to have it barely glanced at. While the candidate evaluation process can extend well beyond a resume, the truth is that the resume remains a critical part of that process. You might appreciate this post about why the resume is not dead and why that is a good thing for job seekers here's a hint, consider the alternatives! You can walk into almost any library today and buy a "Killer Resume" book off their discard pile for a buck.
The resume, except for small companies is dying. Many large companies say that in lieu of an application, a resume will not be accepted. Flightless in Charles Town, West Virginia said: My sister said that her company that an opening last year for a part time receptionist with benefits. They received over 1, applications. You don't seriously think anyone is actually reading all that do you? No, they use ATS software to thin out the herd.
Bluetea in Texas said: Your are absolutely correct about applicant tracking systems. Most large organizations are employing ATS to deal with the crush of resumes they receive this is why it is so critical to target your resume toward each specific positon.
But those applicant tracking systems need something to scan, and that something is still commonly candidates' resumes. Even in the case where a company does not accept resumes which is fairly uncommon , the content of your resume can be repurposed for the application process. Then, when you are asked in for an interview, you can bring your actual resume. All of that is to say that, while the landscape is certainly evolving, the resume still plays a critical role in the job search and hiring process.
You are still using Windows 3. The ATS systems of today are not your Momma's old keyword scanner. They are very sophisticated today. Oracle bought Taleo last year for 1. This is definitely not your Momma's keyword scanner.
Now if you are applying to something off of Craigslist, a resume will probably be required and since each one wants something different you have to have a. I used a company called Resume Edge I think that's the name? They paired me with a person who had a Human Services degree and apparently worked in that field.
I have a Master's in Public Health - not the same field or training. I know it doesn't have to be an exact match but I was looking for a research job and have technical skills that the writer was unfamiliar with and unfamiliar with how to address.
They simply looked at the fact that I had a health-related degree and they stuck me with someone with a health-related degree.
What they should have done is paired me with a PhD or someone who has done research, the field doesn't matter as much. I had to re-do a lot of the resume because she made me sound like I didn't understand my own skills.
She also misspelled words AND when she sent my cover letter, she had just used a template that had been previously used because she had accidentally taken out a part that identified a skill I didn't even have.
Talking about it makes me mad all over again. As for the Linked In profile, she just cut and pasted what she put on my resume and left a lot of the profile blank. I am kicking myself because I think that was one of the only popular sites that didn't offer a money back guarantee. I've had one interview in 2 months. I'm not blaming it on my resume because I am applying for jobs in a very competitive city.
One more thing, I have enough solid information to fit on 2 pages. She returned to me a 1. So I added an extra part and made it 2. Everyone knows you don't turn in 1. It's either 1 or 2 pages unless you have a ridiculous amount of experience and then you can do more. If you do find one, act fast because he won't be in business long.
With that degree of time commitment per client, fifty to a hundred bucks won't keep food on the table. You need the writer mentioned above. Especially in the aftermath of the deepest recession since the Great Depression, when every job opening generates an avalanche of resume responses and competition for those jobs have never been greater.
You need a writer who will take the time to talk with you and flesh out your answers to that questionnaire, who will find out what you really meant to say, who will poke and prod you to reveal valuable attributes about yourself that you didn't know existed.
Again, there may be exceptions to the above rules of thumb. But keep your eye on the prize: If you can shave even a month off your job search with a high-performing resume, the extra couple of hundred you spent for the writer will be negligible once your new salary kicks in.
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