“Inclusion” is a vital aspect of modern hiring practices. We want people with disabilities to be able to have viable employment available. Most firms today go out of their way to create jobs that can be handled by disabled or impaired employees. When it comes to visually impaired people, documentation becomes a hindrance. It is
Category: Resume Tips
The 7 Best Fonts for a Professional Resume
Many job candidates spend hours writing and re-writing the content of their resume. Some even make a mistake using fonts for a resume. They do everything possible to make themselves seem hirable. But, the truth of the matter is that an employer may never even read that stuff. In fact, one eye-tracking study found that recruiters
How to Write a Resume that Employers Will Actually Read
Many people ask whether you must have a professionally written resume? The answer is very simple. You really do want a professional resume. What many experts do not say is that resumes just account for a limited part of their hiring decision. They are the beginning of the interviewing process and need to be an
Do You Understand the Difference Between Skills and Traits?
The person interviewing you or reading your resume wishes you did! Today’s topic is an important one that will apply to many and the majority probably won’t even know they are committing this cardinal mistake until after reading this blog post. The topic I’m talking about is the distinction between skills and traits. Do you