75 results for tag: resume


With LinkedIn, Who Needs a Résumé?

LinkedIn and the résumé are not the same. They have different functions, and those applying to positions via the Internet must consider the ATS. The design and content of a résumé does not match what an effective LinkedIn profile presents. LinkedIn has an ...
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A Great Résumé Will Get Me a Job

A widely held belief is that all your great experience listed in a résumé format will be enough to get you a job... after all, you are successful and have great experience! Sorry. No. It just doesn't work that way. Sam Mehar, Director of Executive ...
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From the Saddlebag: The Purpose of the Résumé

From the Saddlebag: Season 1: Episode 4 The job search trail can be lonesome and treacherous. To help you through the dark and dusty parts, you’ll want to take along a guide you can really trust. In our From the Saddlebag series, available only to ...
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There’s Nothing Like a Great Fit!

I just had to share this with you. Last month, I hired a new member for my executive team. I am excited to have Harper on board, and it is apparent to all here that the fit is excellent. While a new hire is always exciting, Harper is more than simply a new ...
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Key Elements of an Effective Résumé

The modern-day résumé has changed, and if you're still using the updated version of the one from your college career center, or even the one you had professionally done 20 years ago... well, let's just say you're hurting your chances. If your search has an ...
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What Older Job Seekers Should Know About Dates and Résumés

Older job seekers don't necessarily want to let recruiters and hiring managers know they've been around awhile, perceiving their age as a disadvantage in their search. One tactic they take to hide their age is to omit college graduation dates and even dates ...
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The Key to Identifying Your Keywords

Our Career Strategists are frequently asked about keywords when working with members on their resumes. What makes for an appropriate keyword seems so vague and open to opinion... are they determined by industry or function? You need someone who interacts ...
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Trusted Advice: Over 50, Laid-off, Neglected Network

Here at ExecuNet, we are a source of trusted advice for anything related to your life as an executive. If it's related to your career, business, leadership skills, or overall wellbeing, we have people here, or in our network, who can help you achieve your ...
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Are You Prepared for an Effective Job Search in the Digital Age?

As you embark on your executive job search, you will quickly realize the digital age has vastly altered the way in which an effective job search at the executive level is conducted. With the introduction of social media and what appears to be the ease of ...
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How Much Work History Belongs on a Résumé?

In the traditional way we think of laying out a résumé, not everything you have ever done belongs. Sometimes there are meaningful things you’ve done in your early career that can be summarized in an early career section. Or you can have another document ...
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The Verdict on the One Size Fits All Résumé

Should you tweak your résumé based on the position you’re applying for? This popular question can pull in very differing opinions. Interested to hear what our Career Strategists would say, ExecuNet Master Class Host Tony Vlahos asked a panel of Career ...
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Résumé Gaps? Take Some Good Advice

Here at ExecuNet, we are a source of trusted advice for anything related to your life as an executive. If it's related to your career, business, leadership skills, or overall wellbeing, we have people here, or in our network, who can help you achieve your ...
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