It can be nerve-racking to explain career gaps on resumes and often creates a feeling of doubt about receiving a call. It is no secret that receiving an interview offer has become more difficult, but this can be for many reasons. Employers want more detailed information about applicants to make a better decision. By extending applications, increasing assessments, social media reviews, and resume scanning software. With so much working against candidates, resume wording and formatting are imperative. Is it possible to list a career gap without it feeling like the center of attention?
Welcome back! In part 1 of my blog, I discussed Online Learning and Webinar training options offered by Workforce Solutions. I also summarized what to expect from Module 1: A Targeted Plan, and Module 2: Job Readiness Toolkit. Jobseekers swear by the information, tips, and strategies provided throughout the four modules. They readily admit to a much more successful and shortened job search. Let’s finish where we left off and complete our discussion of Modules 3 and 4.
Successful Job Seekers Swear By!
The most successful job seekers do not remain unemployed for very long. They know that one of the first things they need to do is figure out exactly how much they need to learn about job search. Workforce Solutions offers both online learning & live webinar training opportunities designed to learn more about current techniques. Expect to learn how to start your job search through four step-by-step (virtual) modules. You will have a much more realistic mindset to understand employer expectations.Continue reading “Valuable Training Opportunities”
October 15, 2021
In 1964 President Lyndon B. Johnson proclaimed White Cane Safety Day as a national observance to celebrate the achievements of people who are blind or visually impaired and to recognize the white cane which serves as a tool for independence. Ever since, Texas has been proud to recognize White Cane Day as an opportunity to celebrate the many ways those who are blind or visually impaired make our state a better place to live.Continue reading “White Cane Safety Day”