Update your resume!


If you wait for opportunities to occur, you will be one of the crowd

Says Edward De Bono*…. And is our advice for THAT New Year’s resolution that promises to ourselves to find a job or find a better job! The promise is an excellent first step but you really need to start acting before New Year’s effect fades away.  Lay the first stone by updating your resume and remember:

arrow 6  Having your résumé prepared and ready for submission at all times means you are ready to meet with the hiring managers in short notice.

arrow 6  Be ahead of the competition. Send your resume among the first candidates.  There are few job openings and too many applications. Sending your application late, might decrease the possibilities to be well noticed.

arrow 6  Having your résumé regularly updated makes it easier to adjust it to different job postings so that you can efficiently sell “the fit” between the company’s requirements and yourself.

arrow 6  We live in a world of expanded social networks. You never know when the opportunity will rise. You might find a LinkedIn request or a friend’s recommendation and you might need to send your resume urgently.  A last minute’s resume can jeopardize your success since achievements might be forgotten, mistakes can occur and the overall presentation of the brand you might be poor

Start updating or crafting from scratch your resume. There is an abundance of resources and tips on the Internet that can help you. And, if none of these resources offer you ideas that you feel will best serve your career objectives you can always turn to the help of The Career Tailors, the Professional Résumé Writers that will help you to bring the best out of you and make you stand out among others.

A successful resume is the one that highlights your skills and emphasizes your qualifications, creating the desire for the employer to meet you.

Do you need help on your resume? We will be glad to help you! Give us a call at 2169000950

*Edward De Bono (born 19 May 1933) is a Maltese physician, author, inventor and consultant. He wrote the book Six Thinking Hats and is a proponent of the deliberate teaching of thinking as a subject in schools. He was nominated for the 2001 Nobel Prize for Economics

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