No Longer Entry-Level: Writing Your Mid-Level Resume

No Longer Entry-Level: Writing Your Mid-Level Resume

Your resume is a document that should always be changing and evolving. It is not something that you should consider “once-and-done.” Previously, you may have been filling your resume with everything you could think of to make yourself a more attractive job candidate....
What’s All the Buzz About the ‘Great Resignation’?

What’s All the Buzz About the ‘Great Resignation’?

It’s being shared and talked about again and again on social media and in the news. The ‘Great Resignation’ is coming. It sounds dark and daunting, conjuring images of everyone up and quitting their jobs, leaving the economy in disarray. Okay, that might be a little...
How to Handle a COVID-19 Gap on Your Resume

How to Handle a COVID-19 Gap on Your Resume

You were chugging right along at your job, doing well, meeting expectations, and then – BOOM! COVID-19 hit and threw the business world and economy into a tailspin. Through no fault of your own, you lost your job or were furloughed. It’s been several months and you’re...
Polishing Up Your Resume for the New Year

Polishing Up Your Resume for the New Year

Another year has wound down and 2020 is upon us. Whether you’re in the midst of a job search, getting ready to start looking come January, or content with your current job, the New Year is a great time to update your resume. It’s always good to have an up-to-date...
4 Reasons to Regularly Update Your Resume

4 Reasons to Regularly Update Your Resume

If you’ve stayed with the same company or in the same position for a while, it can be easy to forget about your resume, especially if you’re not looking for a new job. It’s one of those things that most people only think about when they realize they need it. But...