Posts Tagged 'Resume'

Job Hunting Tips and Tricks

Velta WorleyLabor Day is a day set aside to celebrate the achievement the American worker has made toward strength, prosperity, and well-being of our country. Workforce Solutions celebrates labor day every day by helping you find a job, keep a job, or get a better job! “What’s that you say: FIND a job?” Continue reading ‘Job Hunting Tips and Tricks’

How to Address an Employment Gap

Thelisa LavergneA gap in employment is no longer something to be ashamed of or something that you want to avoid during your job search, especially in the interview. Keep in mind that it’s okay to have one or more gaps in your employment history and that employers are aware. You are not the first person who has had to take time off work, and you won’t be the last. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics the vast majority of people, 90%, have been unemployed at some point in their working lives. Nevertheless, how should you explain a gap in your employment history during an interview? Continue reading ‘How to Address an Employment Gap’

How to Stand Out in the Crowd

Carolyn KinardUse Keywords in Your Resume
These days in 2019, the job market is flooded with candidates. In order to stand out in a crowd, job seekers should be informed as possible about the jobs they are applying for just like a consumer who is shopping for a new car or, a new house, or new apartment. Think for a moment, just as a car buyer knows about all the vehicle options they desire, a job candidate must be able to speak the language of a company’s recruiter or hiring manager and that information should be included in your resume via keywords. Keywords simply reflect the job-related skills a company may be looking for, including technical and industry-related language. For a company, keyword search technology speeds up the hiring process and ensures the right candidates make it to the interview. Continue reading ‘How to Stand Out in the Crowd’

It’s Not About You

" "If that super car salesman only concentrated on promoting the car and did not focus on you, the customer, he would never sell it. However, if he puts his attention on you and shows you just how the car matches your needs . . . bingo, you buy and everyone walks away happy. Continue reading ‘It’s Not About You’


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