Will your social media content come to haunt you during your job search? I say yes. And here are somethings to keep in mind.
Research your interviewer and know all the information about them. Have a real conversation –– your interviewer is a real person after all.
You’ve put a lot of effort into designing your CV — you want it to look good on the receivers’ computers as well.
I’ve noticed that a lot of people struggle to shrink their entire career into 1-2 pages. So, they eat up the margins to survive. They fill up every last pixel and cram every last part of the page with text.
Organize your information in a visually appealing way. Use a combination of headings, paragraphs, and bullets.
If your potential employer asks for samples, here’s some advice on sending those that are most likely to get you invited for an interview.
How would you structure a resume for someone who has around a year or two work experience, but have dropped out of college?
What to include, how to write, what style to follow, what format to send in, everything you wanted to know about how to make a resume: Right here!
If you’ve ever felt this way, here’s how you can help yourself.
2-pages. But the thing is: It often doesn’t matter.