When reviewing a job description, job searchers ask themselves, “Do I fit this position?” First, determine if you are a good match after reviewing the job description, but do not discount any “zero talent skills” that might help you acquire the position in that organization. A zero-talent ability is not a conventional meaning of talent; it only requires your effort and behavioral practice to demonstrate to your employer that you are committed to proving to be a reliable and trusted employee.
Use 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”
Every job fair I attend seems to be more packed/well-attended than the one before.
One person boasts of his Ph. D in Astrophysics, another looks for an industrial painting position, an employer needs welders and assemblers, and a college representative is looking to train workers for the jobs that employers currently need. Continue reading “Hitting the Jackpot at the Job Fair”