In todayâ€™s competitive business world, employers are always looking for talentâ€”like you! And theyâ€™re increasingly searching the Internet to find applicants. So if youâ€™re not online, youâ€™re largely invisible to these employers. This webpage teach you how to use the internet to get noticed.
Many job seekers focus on the big job boards like Monster. But according to experts, unless you're in a high-demand field, this is one of the least effective job search methods, with only about a 10% (at best) success rate. Here are guidelines for making good use of your time online.
One of the best ways to learn how to write an effective resume is to study examples of successful resumes. This webpage walks you through parts of a resume.
Learn about the skills and abilities employers are looking for in job candidates. Each video also includes examples of careers that require the skills or abilities discussed.
For a powerful resume that matches an employerâ€™s needs, itâ€™s essential to communicate your skills and abilities. These can be integrated throughout your resume. This webpage show sections in which they can appear.
Itâ€™s true that recruiters can now â€œGoogleâ€ you as part of their search process. And tools like LinkedIn do allow you to create something similar to a resume. But you still need a resume. This webpage teaches you why you need a resume.