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7 Assumptions Recruiters Make About You Based On Your Resume

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As a former corporate recruiter, I’ve seen thousands of resumes. And let me tell it to you honestly from this side of the table: Sometimes as my peers look at the vast pile of applicants in front of them, they make snap judgments based on what they read. 1,105 more words

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Working with a job recruiter: 3 ways to stand out

If you’ve job hunted lately, you’re familiar with the excitement of getting a phone call or email from a recruiter. You set up a time for a call or a video interview. 709 more words

Leadership

Job Interview: 8 Things You Must Know To Succeed

Every year, we notice that the industries and the job markets are getting saturated. Job seekers are being challenged by many techniques to get their desired jobs. 25 more words

Why recruiters use LinkedIn

Recruiters use LinkedIn all of the time. It’s smart, time saving, free, and effective at finding and bringing in potential job candidates. A person may not even need an existing resume to be considered for a new position. 334 more words

Job Hunting

Social Media Dos and Don’ts for Job Seekers

For the past few years, social media has been an important of our lives. Almost every person we know has at least one social media account and logs in on it on a regular basis. 308 more words

Job Search

5. A Baby, a Scientific Sex Book, and Job Recruiters

The above image has nothing to do with anything, but someone posted it on Facebook, and I just love it.

As usual, I find myself fatigued and sporting perpetual red/purplish bags under my eyes that even the fiercest concealer cannot control (not that I have the artistry to make that work anyhow…my makeup routine only consists of eyeliner along my bottom lashes, not the top. 363 more words

Books

Day 37 1.5 hours with a recruiter

I have to say that spending 1.5 hour with a recruiter is quite a record.

I have met several recruiters the past month as well as throughout the years, but never once did I spent 1.5 hours going through my various job experiences. 165 more words

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