At Career Resume Consulting, I see many professionals in a career search make certain assumptions about how to best go about actively searching for a new job. Many of these are just plain wrong.
Today, I’d like to introduce you to another way of starting an interview – whether it be a phone interview or a face to face interview with someone who has not talked with you before.
Are you sure you're making what you're worth? If you have stayed at the same company for more than three years, you may not be earning what the current market is paying for your position.
Can you decrease your job search time simply by understanding how puzzles are put together? Tammy Kabell with Career Resume Consulting explains how YOU are a very valuable piece to the puzzle your future employer is trying to put together.
In doing research for an upcoming book I’m writing, 10 Reasons Why You’re Not Being Paid What You’re Worth, I came across some astounding statistics on employee tenure that I just can’t wait to share.
DOWNLOAD THIS GREAT FREE RESOURCE TO START WRITING YOUR RESUME
Here is a great resource for when you are writing an executive resume from scratch. This downloadable document below will give you over 200 key words and phrases that are transferable skills and experience factors that can be used in any industry. Using these skills and experience factor words and phrases will enable the reader of your resume to easily picture you in their organization, since you are taking out all of your own industry jargon.
I’d like to explain why it’s not your fault you may be underpaid, and how you can determine if you’re being paid what you’re worth, and if you’re not, then what you can do about it.
In a recent speaking engagement, someone asked me, “If you had one piece of advice on how to get past a phone interview and get the face to face interview, what would you recommend?”