Many people have lost their jobs and companies are readjusting their structure and goals. Therefore, this is the best time to take advantage of this professional reset.
Whether you are switching careers because you had a change of heart, or your industry has been decimated due to the pandemic, it’s important to have a stellar resume that shows how your experience applies to a different career.
There are many ways to address your career shift and use it to your advantage when applying to new jobs outside of the field you have experience in. All it takes is a few tweaks to the materials you already have.
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Those who were laid-off will need to go back out onto the job market and go through the process of finding full-time work again. And while this may be a trying time, laid-off professionals should view this as an opportunity for growth and self-improvement.
Think about your resume as a form of advertisement. A very important piece of advertisement with the purpose of getting you an interview. With that understanding, you want your resume to stand out in the pile of hundreds of resumes.
It is important to effectively highlight your strengths in your resume to differentiate you from other candidates applying to similar positions. Read on to find out how to properly write a resume for 2020.
Whether you are graduating in a couple of months, recently got laid off, furloughed or have been unemployed, your job search process should shift.
Now that you’ve graduated college, you’re off to the next step on your career: an actual job. Read on as we break down the job search process for a recent grad.
A survey found that 44% of the people who asked for higher pay received the amount they wanted. So how does one go about negotiating salary? Here’s what you need to know.