6 Vital Tips For Creating A Superior Resume

October 3rd, 2007 admin Posted in Dental job and resume advice No Comments »

by: Rita Fisher 1, Keep It Short Considering that initially HR personnel only spend approximately 10-20 seconds on a resume, the shorter your resume, the most desirable it is. Aim for one page. Of course, it is sometimes impossible to create such a short resume. You might have to include a second page because you have way too much information regarding your work experience, accomplishments, etc. In this case, make sure that you list the most relevant information within the upper half of Read more [...]




The Easy Way to a Stellar Resume

October 1st, 2007 admin Posted in Dental job and resume advice No Comments »

by: John Mehrmann The rules have changed. Shopping for employment is a hybrid of automated filter applications, on-line search engines and good old fashioned human interpretation. To be effective you need to make sure that your resume is designed to perform in all of these areas. In the hunt for a new job, a better job, or just keeping your Resume current, use these ten simple steps to draft a stellar resume. 1. Create a Personal Portfolio This is the easy part. Begin by making Read more [...]



How To Handle Short Term Jobs On Your Resume

September 20th, 2007 admin Posted in Dental job and resume advice No Comments »

by: Scott Brown Based on today’s ever-changing and tight job market, it is not unusual to see short term jobs on a resume. Short term jobs might raise a red flag for employers. Short term jobs could be contract positions or permanent jobs. Don’t Lie The first rule of thumb when applying for a job is to never lie on your resume. If you put information on a document and submit it for consideration for employment, it better be valid information. There is nothing worse than being offered Read more [...]



Chronological vs. Functional Resumes – Which To Choose ?

September 20th, 2007 admin Posted in Dental job and resume advice No Comments »

by: Laura Adams Your resume is a marketing tool that should effectively sell your skills, experience, and educational qualifications to prospective employers. When developing your resume, there are two different types of resume formats you should consider: a chronological resume and a functional resume. Your decision to choose one format over another should be dependent on your career background and personal circumstances. The ultimate decision will be based on that format that allows you to most Read more [...]



How Can I Do A Resume With The 5 Key Words ?

September 20th, 2007 admin Posted in Dental job and resume advice No Comments »

by: David Green Writing a good resume is a big deal, especially with today's competitive job market. There are hundred's maybe thousands of people looking to get the same job that you are, and it is important to stand out from the crowd. But how can you do a resume that gets recruiters attention? By using the five key words that catch their eye. Teamwork - this little phrase is important in today's job market. Creating a resume with this word in it, will show that you understand how important Read more [...]



Top 10 Resume Writing Tips to Get You the Interview

September 20th, 2007 admin Posted in Dental job and resume advice 1 Comment »

by: Kathi MacNaughton There are many reasons why you could be in the market for a new job right now. Perhaps... ==> You just graduated from high school--or even better, college--and you’re ready to strike out on a quest for your first "real" job. ==> Your worst fears finally manifested and you’ve been downsized. ==> You’re bored with the career path you’ve been on for the past few years, and you’re ready to strike out in a new direction. ==> You want to change Read more [...]