Resume Series: Part 4 – Work History

This is day four of a week long blog series that provides tips on how to develop each section of your resume. Previously, the focus has been on the heading, objective, and summary. Today will focus on work history. This series is to help prepare for the kick-off of our “Getting People to Work” series. As part of this project we will focus our efforts to bring together community resources, provide workshops in our offices and in our communities and plan hiring events in targeted geographic locations. We hope that you find this series helpful and that you will join us at one or more of our events!

In-Office Workshops
Community-Based Workshops
Hiring Events
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Resume Series: Part 1 – Heading

This week we will be posting a daily blog that provides tips on how to develop each section of your resume. This series is to help prepare for the kick-off of our “Getting People to Work” series. As part of this project we will focus our efforts to bring together community resources, provide workshops in our offices and in our communities and plan hiring events in targeted geographic locations. We hope that you find this series helpful and that you will join us at one or more of our events!

In-Office Workshops
Community-Based Workshops
Hiring Events
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Happy Holidays!

It’s December, that time of year when bells are ringing, homes and businesses are festively decorated, people are bustling to finish their shopping, family and community events are happening all around and the sounds of holiday music float through the air everywhere you go. It’s a magical time!

I am well aware that not everyone agrees with me, especially individuals who find themselves looking for employment at this time of year. So, to help ease the minds of people who are not quite so jolly about the holidays, let’s revisit a few tips from Christmases past:
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Twelve Days of Job Searching

DavidOne of my favorite Christmas songs is “The Twelve Days of Christmas.” I have written the words to the song below and have taken a bit of poetic license in changing the lyrics so we can use them as a memory tool to help remember the important parts of a successful job search campaign. The song can be sung in any key you desire. Very unintentionally, I change keys quite often while singing.

And-a-one, and-a-two . . .
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