An insider shows how to tailor a rAcsumAc that sets applicants apart from a sea of candidates. Recruiting director Brad Karsh has worked with thousands of misguided job seekers. Now he?s putting his experience into print, with step-by-step guidelines to improve the wording, content, and format of any rAcsumAc. Knowing how employers choose candidates, the author shows how to make a rAcsumAc stand out. Whether readers are looking to make a career change, re-enter the workforce, find a first job, or acquire an internal position, Karsh demonstrates how to transform any rAcsumAc?and get results. Includes advice for: ? First jobs ? Re-entering the work force ? Applicants who have been laid off ? Career changes ? Older applicants ? And moreA Top Recruiting Directora#39;s Guide to Writing the Perfect Resume for Every Job Brad Karsh with Courtney Pike ... Many resumes we receive will list Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Excel, but leta#39;s be honest, for most jobs, the employer will assume you know those basic skills. Think about how we ... If you are involved in outside activities, it is typically a good idea to let your potential employer know that.
|Title||:||How to Say It on Your Resume|
|Author||:||Brad Karsh with Courtney Pike|
|Publisher||:||Penguin - 2009-01-06|