Category Archives: resume

Finding Happiness as an Expat Wife


See on Scoop.it – International Career Are you struggling with life as an expat wife? InterNations shows you how to avert an identity crisis and how to find happiness as an expat wife. Anne Egros‘s insight: Maybe you took a … Continue reading

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How To Make Your Résumé For Applicant-Tracking Systems


“Many job seekers have long suspected their online employment applications disappear into a black hole, never to be seen again. Their fears may not be far off the mark, as more companies rely on technology to winnow out less-qualified candidates.” … Continue reading

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Today’s Resume Is Not About YOU, It Is About The VALUE You Add To Employers


A successful resume today replaces the “this is what I want” objective statement with a “this is the value that I offer” branding statement (Arnie Fertig in 7 Key Elements of a Great Personal Branding Statement) 3 Key questions you need … Continue reading

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Are You The Invisible Man ?


Are you looking for a job and getting sick reading about personal branding, getting advises on “how to stand out of the crowd” or people talking about how to engage your target audience ? Worst do you get irritated by stupid buzzwords … Continue reading

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Five Myths About Global Executive Layoffs and Job Market


[tweetmeme source=”AnneEgros”] In 2010, the median number of weeks jobseekers had been unemployed prior to finding a job in the USA was about 10 weeks according to the  U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Before the financial crisis in 2007, that number was … Continue reading

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Dear Executives: If You Are Not On Linkedin, Your Competitors Are!


This article is about executives who have a job or executive job seekers. I am not talking about how companies can create competitive advantages by using Linkedin. When I first posted about using Linkedin, few executives were openly using it to … Continue reading

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How To Get Noticed On Linkedin As A Valuable Passive Candidate ?


[ More and more recruiters and hiring companies use social media to recruit. In a Linkedin 2010 survey, “Half of recruiters surveyed in the US are worried competitors will improve social media use”: http://bit.ly/RecruitTrends . However most passive candidates usually don’t … Continue reading

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Get Your Resume Noticed: “The Power of Less”


Tips to help you find the essential items to sell in your resume to get noticed by busy hiring managers.
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