Tag: resume advice

4 Tips for Crafting a Resume that Shines

In our last article we discussed the biggest do’s for writing a cover letter that allows you, the job seeker, to lead with your best foot forward. As a follow-up, we’ll share the various ways you can craft a resume that shines. Your resume is often times a one-page document that is supposed to convey . . . Read More

From Basic to Tailored: How to Make Your Skills Shine

Employers are looking for you, but you have to go the extra mile to make your resume shine. Check out how to modify your basic resume and skills to match the position you’re applying for with tips from seasoned John Deere Recruiter Bev Curtis. For additional resources and job seeker advice, visit the Social Jobs . . . Read More

Traditional Job Seeker Advice Applicable Today

Traditional job seeker advice stills applies–tailor your resume, focus on networking, don’t oversell your skills and do your research. Follow these tips and when it comes time to interview, it will be like you’re already a part of the team. Learn more tips on improving your job search from Holland’s Jason Schenkel! For additional resources . . . Read More

What Employers Want to See on a Resume

The following post was provided by the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE). NACE connects campus recruiting and career services professionals, and provides best practices, trends, research, professional development, and conferences. When a new college graduate puts together a one-page resume (as experts recommend), every word must count. An employer spends just seconds scanning . . . Read More

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