5 Tips for Tailoring Your HR Resume

5 Tips for Tailoring Your HR Resume

Whether you’re new to working in Human Resources (HR) or have made a career of it, you know that the job opportunities within the field are vast. Just because two people both work in HR does not mean they do the same thing. This makes tailoring your resume even more...
Does Your Resume Need to be Updated or Rewritten?

Does Your Resume Need to be Updated or Rewritten?

When was the last time you looked at your resume? If you’re eyeing up a new job opportunity, just brushing off the virtual dust and inserting your current role may not be enough. In some cases, you can get away with just a quick update, but in other cases, you may be...
5 Ways to Support a Loved One When They’re Unemployed

5 Ways to Support a Loved One When They’re Unemployed

For many people, finding a new job takes time. A general rule of thumb is to allow one month of job searching for each $10,000 in salary expected. So someone aiming for a $50K/year job may find that it takes five months or more to land a new position. This can be...
How to Use Your Cover Letter More Effectively

How to Use Your Cover Letter More Effectively

Cover letters are something many job seekers dread writing. They’re not sure what to say or even whether a hiring manager will actually read it. But keep this in mind: if you send a cover letter, you have a 50/50 chance of the person reading it; if you don’t send a...