Resume vs. LinkedIn: Why You Need Both

Resume vs. LinkedIn: Why You Need Both

The invention of the Internet has brought the world to our fingertips. You can do practically everything online from research to business to socializing to paying bills to ordering groceries (or takeout) to be delivered right to your door. But that doesn’t mean that...
Making Travel Serve a Purpose on Your Resume

Making Travel Serve a Purpose on Your Resume

Do you suffer from a case of wanderlust? Is it part of your bucket list to backpack through Europe or visit the African Serengeti? Traveling can be an amazing experience, but it can also leave a gap on your resume when you take time off. So how do you present your...
Finding Focus for Your Resume

Finding Focus for Your Resume

Writing your resume can be a daunting task. You want to make sure you include all of the critical information and accomplishments that will attract a hiring manager’s attention. At the same time, you don’t want it to be too overwhelming or cluttered and risk being...
Making Your Resume More ATS-Friendly

Making Your Resume More ATS-Friendly

When it comes to job hunting, one thing that is hard to avoid is applicant tracking systems or ATS. These are the platforms that are used to sift through dozens – or hundreds or thousands – of resumes and pre-screen applicants to find those who seem to provide the...