Tick. Tock. Tick. Tock.
That was the sound of seconds, then minutes, then hours, and days, weeks, months all slipping out of the hands of the clock that was in perpetual motion. 1,526 more words
What is a resume for? Your resume is a marketing tool to get YOU noticed. Think of an ad on TV like a coke ad. The ad promotes the brand, the brand has more sales. 497 more words
Applications are made to solve problems, they say. But people face different problems, thus only few applications really suits your needs. Often even after you download a handful of applications, all of them fail to satisfy you; some may lack features you demand to have; some allow too many adds; or maybe some are just unattractive to your picky eyes. 455 more words
As a recruiter and HR professional, I know that the New Year brings a change in direction for many employees. It is also the start of the year that many new jobs are advertised, but your resume needs to be up to par before applying for a new job, or you may just find yourself stuck in the same boring routines. 218 more words