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The Problem With Lying At Work

Lying at work can do a lot of damage Image Credit: Cat Branchman Life is complicated and, yes, there are times when it is inconvenient to tell the truth. It can be as simple as one of you friends asking if you like the outfit that they are wearing (you don’t) or your boss asking if that report will be done by the end of the day (it won’t). It can be very easy to “bend the edges” or tell white, gray, or even black lies when we are at work. Our manager training does not teach us how...
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20 Ways to Fix Resume Fast

Your resume is your first touchpoint with the prospective employer. Therefore, it should clearly describe your work history and emphasize your professional strengths.
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Beware the hidden bias behind TikTok resumes

Nagaraj Nadendla Contributor Share on Twitter Nagaraj Nadendla is SVP of development at Oracle Cloud HCM, where he leads the development of cloud recruitment solutions including Oracle Recruiting and Taleo. Social media has served as a launchpad to success almost as long as it has been around. The stories of going viral from a self-produced YouTube video and then securing a record deal established the mythology of social medi...
Tags: Social, Startups, TC, Column, Labor, Opinion, Resume, Social Media, Linkedin, Tech, Diversity, Recruitment, Glassdoor, Human Resource Management, Social Media Platforms, Tiktok


How to use LinkedIn hashtags and resume keywords to apply for remote work

Just one in 10 companies expects all their staff to return to the office after the pandemic. Manish Rajput/SOPA Images When looking for remote jobs, it's important to tailor your résumé and cover letter accordingly. Highlighting any previous remote work or related soft skills such as Zoom could go a long way. Optimizing your LinkedIn profile and using the relevant hashtags will catch recruiters' attention. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. Remote work might ha...
Tags: Google, UK, Resume, International, Careers, Trends, Strategy, Linkedin, Remote Work, Google Docs, Job Search, Salesforce, CV, Video Conferencing, Nordic, Remote workers


5 Things That Fixed My Resume And Sped Up My Career

Ever felt stuck or unhappy with your career? Let's face it, there are times where we all feel lost or unsure. If there's no advancement, you're unchallenged, or you're ready for change, it's frustrating. Here are the 5 things to speed up your career journey
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The Best Resume Does Not Always Mean You Will Get the Job

You’ve probably been told that your resume is the most important document in your job search (and it is). But if you want to stand out from the competition, you need more than a great looking resume. In the end, only qualified candidates will get called for an interview, and only those that know how to interview will get the job.
Tags: Jobs, Interview, Resume, Career Tips, Create a Killer Resume and Cover Letter


How To Write A General Counsel Resume (And Market Yourself Strategically)

It’s in the details -- not just the cursory overview of the skill set.
Tags: Law, Resume, General Counsel, In-House Counsel, Wendi Weiner


How to Defeat Your Job Search Anxiety

We get it. Job-hunting can be a stressful, anxiety-provoking experience. Poring over hundreds of job listings with unrealistic qualifications and LinkedIn kindly inviting you to “see how you compare to 34 other applicants” can drain even the most confident soul.Read more...
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7 Tips to Craft the Perfect Teacher Resume

Perfecting your teaching resume can be a daunting and tedious process. With much information to show and a limited amount of space, being concise and straightforward is critical. Unsure of how to start? Not to worry, we have you covered.
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Digital Strategies To Get Noticed Without Posting Your Resume

Being visible and noticeable online for your expertise can streamline the whole application process. It’s not uncommon for experts to be offered a consulting role within a business.
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AI Job Interview Software Can't Even Tell If You're Speaking English, Tests Find

AI-powered job interview software may be just as bullshit as you suspect, according to tests run by the MIT Technology Review’s “In Machines We Trust” podcast that found two companies’ software gave good marks to someone responding to an English-language interview in German.Read more...
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How to market skills from an entry-level job and display them on your resume for a potential employer

Any job can teach you valuable skills that will make you a better candidate in the future. Getty If you've had a job like lifeguarding or fast food service, you likely picked up valuable skills. To showcase them on your resume for future employers, emphasize the soft skills, like communication. Being able to put out fires and staying organized under pressure are also impressive to employers. See more stories on Insider's business page. Are you worried that your entry-level job just...
Tags: Jobs, Resume, Office, US, Trends, Strategy, Job Interview, Nordic, Don, Donnell, NACE, Contributor, Resume Tips, Soft Skills, Contributor 2019, HerMoney


15 Questions Interviewers Love to Hear

An interview is a two-way street; both the interviewer and candidate are trying to learn as much as possible about each other in a short period of time to determine if there is a fit. Sometimes job candidates get so wrapped up in trying to develop stellar answers to questions they anticipate being asked that they neglect the flipside of that: coming up with great questions to ASK their interviewers. Below you’ll find a list of questions to put in your (metaphorical) back pocket the ne...
Tags: Interview, Resume, Public Relations, Pr, Job Search, Job Interview, Ryan Shea, Ashleigh Rankin, Jack Leblond, Stephanie Haney


Write a job-winning resume in 2021

Research shows that creating a highly effective resume should include three main elements: quantitative results, a simple design, and a quirky interests section. 
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6 steps to updating your post-COVID résumé

The pandemic forced many people to be flexible. Show this soft skill in your updated résumé. Nitchakul Sangpetch / EyeEm/Getty Images COVID has changed the job market landscape and résumés should reflect how applicants have changed as well. Emphasize the ability to work remotely and to adapt to constantly changing situations on your résumé. Be sure to update your LinkedIn as a digital extension of your résumé to show more of your skills. See more stories on Insider's business page. ...
Tags: Google, Jobs, Resume, Trends, Strategy, Linkedin, Times, Career Advice, Nordic, Job Applications, Weiner, Augustine, Contributor, Wendi Weiner, Lindsay Tigar, Contributor 2019


You’re Not Basic … So Why the Basic Business Bio?

Every day in America, women business owners are denied access to resources to achieve success. But a growing community of fierce founders are refusing to settle for the status quo.
Tags: Jobs, Resume, America, Create a Killer Resume and Cover Letter


10 Mistakes That Are Ruining Your Job Search (and How to Fix Them)

When you’re looking for a new job there’s a lot that can go wrong, from formatting your resume improperly to being tripped up by questions during the job interview. Mistakes will happen—some bigger than others—and most of them are survivable...but there are certain pitfalls to avoid that can make your job search run a…Read more...
Tags: Labor, Resume, Linkedin, Recruitment, Job Interview, Lifehacks, Switch, Human Resource Management, Industrial And Organizational Psychology, Employment Website


Finding the Best Ways to Conduct a Job Search Online

Here are 5 things every job searcher can do to make their process easier and dramatically increase their chances for success.
Tags: Jobs, Resume, Online Search, Discover Career Opportunities


Use This Checklist to Determine If You're Ready for a Career Change

Living through a pandemic for more than a year has put everything—including our careers—in perspective. While some may be considering a career change because they’ve realized they’d rather spend their time doing something else, for the estimated 114 million people worldwide who lost their jobs in 2020 as a result of…Read more...
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Top Certification Courses To Enhance Your Resume

Making your resume stand out in 2021 and beyond means taking the time and often investing the time and money on certification courses. The post Top Certification Courses To Enhance Your Resume appeared first on Young Upstarts.
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3 Tips For Writing An Excellent Resume

Having a strong resume will help you land your dream job, while a weak resume will give you a hard time standing out from the crowd. Hence, writing a resume is more than just a required document for job applications.
Tags: Jobs, Resume, Create a Killer Resume and Cover Letter


From LinkedIn hashtags to résumé keywords, these are the best ways to tailor your application for remote work

Just one in 10 companies expects all their staff to return to the office after the pandemic. Manish Rajput/SOPA Images When looking for remote jobs, it's important to tailor your résumé and cover letter accordingly. Highlighting any previous remote work or related soft skills such as Zoom could go a long way. Optimizing your LinkedIn profile and using the relevant hashtags will catch recruiters' attention. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. Remote work might have been ...
Tags: Google, Resume, International, Careers, Trends, Linkedin, Remote Work, Google Docs, Job Search, Salesforce, CV, Video Conferencing, Remote workers, BI International, Cover Letter, UK Weekend


How to Use a Cover Letter Template Without Making It Obvious

For people who aren’t used to patting themselves on the back, crafting a cover letter can feel like a daunting exercise, especially if you’re applying for a bunch of jobs in a short timeframe. But it’s worth the effort—what starts out as a blank word document will become an essential tool with which you’ll market…Read more...
Tags: Resume, Recruitment, Lifehacks, Cover Letter


Free Resume Builder to Help Revamp Your Resume

Constructing a resume from zero can take hours or even days to finish unless you are devoted to it. But if you're serious about getting a career, you have to be strategic about it and choose the fastest and most comfortable way to get to your destination.
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7 myths about resume writing that can hold you back from landing the job

Don't buy into these common myths when writing your resume. Alys Tomlinson/Getty Images Many of the traditional rules of resume writing no longer apply in today's job market. Hiding employment gaps and squeezing years of work experiences and keywords into a "one-size-fits-all" resume template won't help you stand out, experts say. Instead, tweak your resume for each specific application. Match your skills with the job description, include relevant social media links, and add design ele...
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Here's how far back your resume should go for your next job search, according a career coach and former recruiter

If you're making a career change or entering the job market again, include only the most relevant experiences on your resume. Alistair Berg/Getty Images Updating or writing a resume can be tricky, whether you're a recent grad or reentering the job market after some time off. The key is to include only the experiences most relevant to your current job search, says career coach and former corporate recruiter Yolanda Owens.  Recent grads and young professionals should focus on transferabl...
Tags: Resume, Trends, Strategy, Job Hunting, Job Search, Career Advice, Nordic, Job Searching, Contributor, Resume Tips, The Muse, Contributor 2019, Alistair Berg Getty, Yolanda Owens


How to upload your resume to LinkedIn and allow prospective employers to view it on your profile

It's easy to post a resume on LinkedIn. Carl Court/Getty Images LinkedIn allows you to upload a resume directly to your profile through the "Media" option under the "Featured" section of your profile. This section will let you upload a resume from your computer, which other LinkedIn users can then download. Visit Business Insider's Tech Reference library for more stories. LinkedIn can be a really useful tool for getting your name out there and in front of the right hiring managers. It ...
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5 resume tips (and a template) to land a job in marketing

Getty Images A strong resume is important when applying for any new job, but especially if you work in marketing. Marketing companies want to know that you can sell a product or service, and good sales skills start with marketing yourself well as a professional. Start your resume off with strong bullet points that detail your greatest, quantifiable accomplishments. Towards the end, emphasize soft skills and experience that sets you apart from other applicants. Visit Business Insider's hom...
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5 Important Aspects Of Your Resume You Should Focus On

Your resume is the front line and best representation of yourself when you’re applying for a job position. Hiring or recruitment managers take a look at your resume, and from the moment they start reading its content, you’re already being assessed if you’re fit for the job. The content of your resume is your gateway to success, so it’s a good idea to put major emphasis on the important factors of your experience. At first, you may find writing a resume challenging, but knowing what aspects to f...
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A former Google exec who reviewed over 20,000 resumes repeatedly saw 5 mistakes cost qualified candidates a job

Bock reviewed more than 20,000 resumes for Google. Reuters Laszlo Bock is the former senior vice president of people operations at Google.During his 15 years at Google, he reviewed more than 20,000 resumes, and saw five common mistakes over and over again. Simple things like formatting and typos can make or break your opportunity for getting an interview.Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.In your lifetime, you will send dozens — if not hundreds — of resumes to different empl...
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