If you’ve spent a few years out of the office, a lot has changed. Maybe you’ve spent a few years focusing on your children and decided it’s time to go back to work. Or maybe you’ve been working for yourself and decided an office job is going to provide more security for your family as your children mature. Lastly, you might be in need of additional income as raising your children gets more expensive, leading you to seek a dual-income from you and your spouse. These are all wonderful reasons for considering the change to go back to the office. Don’t look at your need to go back to work in a negative light, feeling as though you may have failed. You have not. In fact, it’s a majority case across the US. In 2014, Pew Research Center surveyed that nearly 46% of US families have both parents working full-time. With that number to have estimated increasing since then.
Even if they bear identical titles, no two jobs are the same. Hiring managers at different companies will have distinct needs, visions and challenges to address. If you want to get your resume noticed you need to take stock of these disparities so you can cater to them. In other words, you need to think about how to write a resume that speaks to the unique particulars of the job at hand and sells you as a perfect match.
Fortunately, that doesn’t mean you need to start from scratch every time you pursue a new opportunity. To save yourself precious hours, you should ideally build a base resume — a core template, of sorts — to work from during your job search. That way, you just need to rework the pertinent bits for each position you apply for. Not sure what kind of changes you should be making to customize your resume to a posting? Consider these seven tailoring tips.
Congratulations: you’ve made it through to the interview stage. Getting this far is an achievement in itself, but the thing is that today’s job market is more competitive than ever. Employers are always looking for the cream of the crop to add to their team, and an interview is the best time to showcase how you’re the perfect candidate for the job. With some golden interview tips, you can win over your new employer in no time.
Denise Valente has a history of working in travel. She worked with a major U.S. airline for nine years as a ground operations crewmember before joining Cruises Inc. in May 2018 as an independent work-at-home travel agent. Her intense passion for travel has now translated into a career she loves. Denise shares the secrets to her success as a travel agent.
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Whether you’re looking to make a change or looking for a new role full time, it can be tempting to spend the holiday season on a break from your job search. No one hires over the holidays anyway, right? Wrong.
According to the data, December may be one of the best months of the year to look for your next work opportunity. Increased turnover, decreased applicant pools, and year-end hiring quotas are just some of the reasons you may want to consider transferring your job search from your post-holiday resolutions file and placing it front and center on your December to-do list.