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Post helps job-seekers craft winning resumes and cover letters by advising them how to quantify their achievements.
Want to know how to impress hiring managers? It takes one to know one, as the saying goes. So the best way to understand hiring managers is to become one. You may be able to do so by volunteering to help screen résumés at your current job. (Contrary to popular belief, the “Human” hasn’t yetRead… Read more »
Who says your failures can’t lead to success? Employers it seems. We are fond of saying, “Failure is not an option.” And, “when it’s rough, the tough get going.” That may be a positive result of the United States unemployment situation and lagging economy. Today’s unemployed may have failed in nailing a specific job orRead… Read more »
This article is published at by Military.com. The emphasis of this article is that veterans can use career counseling and resume writing help with their next career. Excerpt: Career Coaching and Writing Help When John Russo, Ret. COL., Maryland National Guard, began his search for a federal job, he expected good results in short order.Read… Read more »
Registration Web Link: https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/801465394 Federal Resume Writing is challenging in this competitive federal job market. Learn about Federal Resume Guidebook author’s favorite 7 Tips and Tricks to help you get Best Qualified, Referred, Interviewed and Hired. 7 Tips and Tricks – Federal Career Training Stories from Kathryn 1.Holloman AFB – Resilience Keywords and Examples 2.USFSRead… Read more »
Presidential Management Fellows Applications Must Be Completed By Nov. 19 The Resume Place offers tips for writing the Presidential Management Fellows application for the PMF Class of 2013. The resume is critical as part of this application. Read important application details.
As I watched the Oscars last night, I was reminded of a great quote from a good friend. Last Friday night, the Trachtenberg School honored one of its alumni, Frank DiGiammario, as our 2012 Distinguished Alumni Awardee. Along with being a an innovator, public servant, and all-around great person, Frank understands the great work federalRead… Read more »
Kathryn Troutman is the expert when it comes to writing resumes for Federal job announcements. Here’s a GREAT video she produced on “How to Write a Federal Resume”. While it’s focus is on assisting veterans, the guidance Kathryn offers is universal! She gives excellent examples of the GOOD, the BAD, and the UGLY resumes andRead… Read more »
Today’s guest blogger is Reina Fregoso, the IRS recruiter for Arizona, Nevada and New Mexico. She began her career with the IRS in 1980 and has been with the IRS Recruitment Office for four years. No matter what the job market looks like, it’s important to make sure you put your best foot forward. MyRead… Read more »