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Top Five Features of Professional Resume Templates https://www.resumeedge.com/top-five-features-professional-resume-templates/ https://www.resumeedge.com/top-five-features-professional-resume-templates/#respond Mon, 18 Jul 2016 17:04:40 +0000 https://www.resumeedge.com/?p=5096  Let’s face it: writing a resume that will get you noticed is not an easy job. While a good resume should highlight your experience and achievements, it is important to understand that hundreds of potential employers often look beyond accomplishments and the number of years you’ve served your previous company. A resume, if written carefully,...

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 Let’s face it: writing a resume that will get you noticed is not an easy job. While a good resume should highlight your experience and achievements, it is important to understand that hundreds of potential employers often look beyond accomplishments and the number of years you’ve served your previous company. A resume, if written carefully, can be your best selling tool; it will help you to communicate your values, tell your story, and, most importantly, gain the competitive edge in your job search. The document must be distinctive; it must feature a combination of creativity, communication, positivity, openness, and enthusiasm.

Understanding the Resume template

What is a resume template?

Many people often confuse a printable resume template with a resume itself, but it is important to understand that the two terms are completely different. A resume template is a premade document layout made available for free download from the internet, and the goal of the model is to help you to not only write a resume that will position you positively and win you an interview but also save you time, money, and, of course, energy. You can use the template as a resume writing guide or as a framework on which you can write a comprehensive resume for your job search.

Resume template as a writing guide

You can use a printable resume template as a guide for writing your own resume if:

  • You just graduated from college, and you want to go job hunting
  • The resume you wrote before didn’t position you well in the eyes of a potential employer
  • You do not know or have forgotten the precise outline of a professional resume

You have never written a resume before, and you are finding it difficult to write one.

  1. Resume template as a framework

Using a resume as a framework means editing the pre-written resume by replacing the content of a sample professional resume with your own. This, of course, is the quickest way to write a competitive curriculum. If you are going to use an existing model as a framework, you must edit the entire document. Make the template look and feel as though it was designed by you from scratch.

Features of a Professional Resume

  1. A Professional Resume Template is Objective

One of the reasons why potential employers throw hundreds of job application documents in the bins is that many of the resumes they read lack strong objectives or have no goals at all. Your document must grab the attention of a reader. It must be specific; mention the position you are targeting, explain your core strength, and outline what you’ve achieved so far.

  1. It features a dynamics positioning statement

Many job seekers like to talk about their accomplishments, but that won’t be enough for a professional resume. Your resume must have a dynamic positioning to win you an interview. Grab the reader’s attention by highlighting your skills, experience, and areas of interest. Also, explain your offer; let an employer know what you intend to bring to the table should you get the job.

  1. It uses a strong language with possible impact

Your document must be free from grammar, spelling, and usage errors. Use a strong language; a winning resume often has dynamic phrasing, and strong action verbs. Use short sentences and avoid fragments. It is important to make content short; the reader often gets bored by lengthy resumes.

  1. The Resume Template Highlights the Value of Openness

Organizations are never constant; they are continuous entities comprising of new inventions, new processes, new changes, and new people. In your resume, therefore, you should explain your openness to changes, and, in particular, explain how you adapted to changes in your previous company.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Strategies to improve your career search in 2016 https://www.resumeedge.com/strategies-to-improve-your-career-search-in-2016/ https://www.resumeedge.com/strategies-to-improve-your-career-search-in-2016/#respond Mon, 11 Jan 2016 20:36:20 +0000 https://www.resumeedge.com/?p=5087 It’s almost the middle of January 2016 and your job search has become rather stale. You had plans to find a new career before the end of 2015. Where have you gone wrong? Are you the wrong candidate for every job which you have applied? Is it your resume? Or maybe you’re just taking the...

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It’s almost the middle of January 2016 and your job search has become rather stale. You had plans to find a new career before the end of 2015. Where have you gone wrong? Are you the wrong candidate for every job which you have applied? Is it your resume? Or maybe you’re just taking the wrong approach. Whatever the reason, don’t fret, because tips are on the way and we’ll have you blasting into a new career!

Pinpoint the company(s) and not a job– Often it is this first step that is done wrong. You know the role you’re looking for, so you keep scouring job postings to only come up empty handed. This is where you’re doing it wrong! Do your research and make a target list of companies for which you would like to work. Maybe the company is close to your home; they are known for having an amazing culture; or maybe it’s simply the industry. Whatever the reason, make a list and find out what’s happening within the organization. This can give insight on what’s going on and if there’s plans to expand in the future.

Target the decision maker– Now that you have uncovered your company(s) of interest and have done your research, it’s time to do some connecting! You will want to do an internet search and find the correct person of contact. Maybe you’re looking for an accounting position, so you may want to do a search on the Director or VP of Accounting for the company. You can also try and use Linkedin to uncover this information. Once you have identified the decision maker or the key player(s), you should reach out via Linkedin and introduce yourself and try and schedule a call or a meeting. The goal is to get yourself in front of them and make yourself be the candidate that’s top of mind.

Refresh your resume– I would suggest enlisting the help of a resume writer to help to give your resume a nice refresh or maybe even a complete overhaul. It’s so important to make sure that this little document presents you in the best possible way and ResumeEdge’s writers know how to make this happen. They will be able to sell your talents and showcase what you can accomplish for the new company, as you have for others in the past. You will want to send your resume to the decision maker or if you were able to schedule an actual face to face, you will want to bring it along.

Make sure to bring the best and most prepared “you” to the interview or meeting. Let the employer know what made you so impressed with the company and how it’s a perfect fit with your experience. I also suggest having a 30, 60, 90 day plan and what you will be able to accomplish for the company in that amount of time. The more research you have done, the more you will blow them away and give them no reason to look any further. Best of luck on your 2016 search and, “may the force be with you!”

 

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Ring in a new job in the New Year! https://www.resumeedge.com/ring-in-a-new-job-in-the-new-year/ https://www.resumeedge.com/ring-in-a-new-job-in-the-new-year/#comments Tue, 08 Dec 2015 22:54:33 +0000 https://www.resumeedge.com/?p=5085 The year is quickly coming to a close. For many, this means thoughts of New Year’s resolutions…are finding a new job on your short list? If you’re looking to make a switch, what things could you be doing to make the most of this year’s end? As the calendar rolls over, what steps have you...

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The year is quickly coming to a close. For many, this means thoughts of New Year’s resolutions…are finding a new job on your short list? If you’re looking to make a switch, what things could you be doing to make the most of this year’s end? As the calendar rolls over, what steps have you taken to ensure you’re prepared to take advantage of the fresh 2016 job postings? This resolution is best to get started today! Don’t get me wrong, there’ll still be plenty of time for reveling in New Year celebrations, however take the time to give yourself something else to cheer about. Here are some tips to help get you prepared for your 2016 job search.

What do you want to do? Is it a new career you desire? Or maybe you’re ready for an organizational change? You should sit down and make a pros and cons list to help determine why you’re looking to make a switch in the first place. Often people will discover that it’s more than just a company change, rather a change in careers entirely. If it’s a career change, you will need to go back to the drawing board and make another list of what you like about your current career and those things which you dislike. You may want to meet with a career counselor and go over available options. If it is in fact the company – make a list of companies for which you would like to work.

Target companies. Once you have determined your “target companies” you should make connections with people within those walls. This will begin your networking stage. Talk to friends, family, neighbors and, just simply, ask around. The bigger you are able to grow your network, you’ll find the number of opportunities will also grow- this will really help you get a leg up over the competition. Many times people will find out about new postings before they are ever posted and end up being tapped on the shoulder by the hiring manager for the position.

Prepare your resume. Dust off the old resume and make sure it’s updated and contains the targeted keywords within the position you desire. I suggest the assistance of a resume writer as they make sure your resume is ‘up to snuff’ and showcases your skills in a professional manner. Even if you’re interested the same type of position as that of your current job, it’s a great idea to have targeted resumes for specific companies. This might mean you have several versions of your resume with each containing job-specific keywords. The goal is to make sure your resume gets the greenlight when passing through the applicant tracking system.

LinkedIn profile. Take a peek at your profile and make sure that it is up-to-date. Your online profile is something that many organizations will use to further your under story. It’s also very important to make sure your profile houses the job specific keywords. Doing such will allow recruiters who are conducting a search to find your profile…and that’s when they come knocking.

Being prepared before the end of the year will be very important in your job search. You must be proactive in all phases of your search. Don’t let your guard slip as we enter another holiday season- beat the competition to the punch! As Milton Berle said, “If opportunity doesn’t knock, build a door”. Grab your hammer and shims and use these tips as your new frame.

 

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Tips to network your way to employment https://www.resumeedge.com/tips-to-network-your-way-to-employment/ https://www.resumeedge.com/tips-to-network-your-way-to-employment/#respond Wed, 18 Nov 2015 19:44:12 +0000 https://www.resumeedge.com/?p=5083 Finding a job can be a difficult task, and the way of doing such has changed greatly over the years. Many of us are used to searching for position in the newspaper, online, or even using employment agencies – well , these are the ways of the past! The best way to find out about...

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Finding a job can be a difficult task, and the way of doing such has changed greatly over the years. Many of us are used to searching for position in the newspaper, online, or even using employment agencies – well , these are the ways of the past! The best way to find out about job openings is by way of networking and/or word of mouth. So, how does one begin to network? Don’t fret my friends, as I have the top tips to help you network your way to employment.

So why do we network in the first place? Most jobs are not even posted; instead filled simply via referral. To make sure that you’re contacted by the hiring manager you must make a connection. Failure to do such will ensure that you don’t end up top of mind when there’s a position available.

What should you do first? You should make a list of people (we will call this your network). The list will be anyone you know. This includes your family, friends, co-workers, teachers, classmates, neighbors, your kid’s friend’s parents and so on. If you really think about it, we are networking almost every day. When you’re waiting for your oil change and you strike up conversation with the person next to you, that’s networking.

Tap into the network. Go through your list of people and make any connections that might be able to help you in your networking process. So, maybe you go through the list and recall that your neighbor has a sister who works at the company where you’d love to work. The goal is to make any connections on your list, along with reaching out to the people on your list and letting them know you’re looking for a new position or would like to make any connections – this will help to grow your network.

Attend conferences. Find industry-specific conferences to attend, support groups, church events or any social function. Remember to prepare in advance and know who will be attending the event and with who you might want to connect. I encourage everyone to come prepared and have your resume polished and ready to go. I don’t suggest just handing it out at every function, unless it’s a career fair or you’re specifically asked. Don’t expect to walk away from a function with the new gig, however the key is to make connections, which is over half the battle.

Aside from attending events, you should do some digging on Linkedin and make some valuable connections. Don’t just go hog wild and start reaching out to everyone, but make sure that the connections mean something and will add true value to the job search. You may need to have one of your connections do a warm introduction on Linkedin to help guide that connection. Good luck on your networking endeavor and keep in mind that the job may not happen over night.

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Not happy and need a change in your career https://www.resumeedge.com/not-happy-and-need-a-change-in-your-career/ https://www.resumeedge.com/not-happy-and-need-a-change-in-your-career/#respond Wed, 04 Nov 2015 16:58:22 +0000 https://www.resumeedge.com/?p=5081 As a child you pictured yourself teaching students and helping to shape their futures. You have been a teacher for many years, however you find yourself wanting to do something different, but not sure what that may be. Many people find themselves unsatisfied with their current career asking, “What do I want to do with...

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As a child you pictured yourself teaching students and helping to shape their futures. You have been a teacher for many years, however you find yourself wanting to do something different, but not sure what that may be. Many people find themselves unsatisfied with their current career asking, “What do I want to do with my life? Is it too late? What is it that I really want to do and finish out my career years?” If this is you, don’t fret, as there are plenty of people that ask these same questions. What can you do to help determine your next move? Here are some tips to help guide you in the right direction and help determine what your next move will be.

Assess your current situation– Ask yourself the following question; Do I look forward to going to work or do I live my life for the weekend? I feel my job is self-fulfilling, Do I feel trapped in my current position? I have a strong desire to try something else and often daydream about it. I am working in a position at my full potential. Look at your answers as this will give you a better idea if you should make a change or if it’s just something else.

Make a list– It’s important to sit down and write out a list of things that you enjoy in your current role and what things you dislike. This will help guide you into your next career, so when looking at available options you can see if this is something you will have to do in said job.

Research careers– Once you have had time to figure out what you like and dislike and what your true passion might be, it’s time to do some research around your desired position and what it takes.

What skills you have– When doing your research, you will want to make a list of skills you already have under your belt and what skills you might be lacking and what it would take to obtain. This may mean taking some courses or you may have to enroll in college if you’re making a complete career switch.

Ask around– Talk with people in the industry. They will be able to offer you some insight and advice or have potential leads. You may want to contact your alumni or join professional groups to help and expand your network, along with make connections on Linkedin to help make appropriate connections.

Once you have determined your next move, it’s a good idea to seek the assistance of a resume writer. They will know how to create an effective resume and get passed any lack in experience and create a resume that will put a spin on the transferable skills that you do have. Making a career change at any stage in life can be a scary thing, but take note in the fact that you’re doing this to better yourself and in the end doing what really makes you happy.

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Selling yourself-crafting the perfect sales resume https://www.resumeedge.com/selling-yourself-crafting-the-perfect-sales-resume/ https://www.resumeedge.com/selling-yourself-crafting-the-perfect-sales-resume/#respond Wed, 21 Oct 2015 22:03:47 +0000 https://www.resumeedge.com/?p=5077 So, you’re in the world of sales and looking to create a new resume. You have less than 60 seconds to catch the recruiter’s attention. When a position is opened, the recruiter knows the experience they are looking for and they quickly scan the resume for specific keywords. If they aren’t found, they move on....

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So, you’re in the world of sales and looking to create a new resume. You have less than 60 seconds to catch the recruiter’s attention. When a position is opened, the recruiter knows the experience they are looking for and they quickly scan the resume for specific keywords. If they aren’t found, they move on. What makes a great sales resume and will make sure the recruiter will take notice? Here are some tips to make sure you’ll get noticed.

Summary- Open your resume with a summary. Your summary will be a quick synopsis of your background and will tell your story, along with what you will bring to the company that no other candidate will bring.

Sales pitch– Think of your resume as your sales pitch. How do you normally close the deal? You tell the story, you provide facts, and you show why your product is the best and why they need not look further. Treat your resume the same way. Show the reader why your number one and give them hard compelling evidence and don’t bore them with fluff.

Numbers- It’s clear in sales that numbers will speak for themselves. Showcase your sales numbers in your resume. Don’t just say you increased the profit margin, but show in numbers how much you did. Also, show how you ranked in comparison to others in your company.

List out details- It’s important to list the size and type of accounts, along with quotas. This will paint a picture to the reader of the size and so on, so they have a better idea of what you’ve worked with and were able to achieve.

Awards– Explain any awards or achievements earned. It’s also a good idea to show how many others you were up against to earn this award. Such as, “I was the #1 sales person for XYZ Company out of 200 other sales reps.” This will show that you had a lot of competition– higher numbers speaks volumes.

Sales resumes can be very tricky- there are so many sales people in the field fighting for the same role. With that, you need to make sure that you’re not missing a step and providing all of the details. If you can accomplish this, your resume is sure to land you an interview and the spot in the company you so desire.

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5 Tips to write your nursing resume https://www.resumeedge.com/5-tips-to-write-your-nursing-resume/ https://www.resumeedge.com/5-tips-to-write-your-nursing-resume/#respond Tue, 06 Oct 2015 16:46:21 +0000 https://www.resumeedge.com/?p=5062 There you were, six years old and trying to rub your mom’s headache away. It’s always been your nature to take care of anyone who was not feeling their best. Fast forward to the present and you’ve just graduated nursing school. You have acquired the skills, passed all the tests and are ready for your...

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There you were, six years old and trying to rub your mom’s headache away. It’s always been your nature to take care of anyone who was not feeling their best. Fast forward to the present and you’ve just graduated nursing school. You have acquired the skills, passed all the tests and are ready for your first nursing job. There’s a high demand in your field, so all you need to do is apply and you’ll get the job, right– wrong! You will also need to provide a resume to help you get the desired position. Here are some tips to help you write a great nursing resume!

You’re qualified– You have learned the qualifications necessary for your nursing career. Lead your resume with a summary of your qualifications. Showcase your talents and what you have to offer the company and the position.

Area of expertise- It’s important to make a bulleted list of keywords in your area of expertise. Applicant tracking systems screen your resume for these keywords and if there not listed, your resume will end up in the rejected pile.

Functional resume- Your resume format is also important to consider. I would recommend using a functional resume for a new nursing grad. You can focus more on your skills and what you know and less focus will be given to your work experience.

Focus on achievements- If you were a great student and your GPA speaks for itself, it would be prudent to showcase the fruits of your labor. You want to stand out from the rest of the applicants, so include any awards or honors received. Additionally, you will want to list any licenses obtained as well.

Facility type– Painting a picture of your facility experience will explain to the potential employee what your experience looks like. Did you work short-term or long-term? Maybe you worked in ER. Providing an explanation of your work experience will be a quick story into your capabilities.

Professional experience– Maybe you just have experience from school and haven’t actually worked a full-time position, that’s fine. You will want to Include all experience related to nursing in this section, internships, part-time nursing assistantships, any research projects and anything else that may apply. This experience doesn’t need to be paid, however it simply needs to be relevant to nursing.

Following these tips will help guide you to the creation of an effective resume. Remember to proofread! You may have added all of the necessary information, but if you have any spelling or grammar issues that could eliminate your chances for the position.

 

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Ten tips of what to do and not to do on Linkedin https://www.resumeedge.com/ten-tips-of-what-to-do-and-not-to-do-on-linkedin/ https://www.resumeedge.com/ten-tips-of-what-to-do-and-not-to-do-on-linkedin/#respond Tue, 22 Sep 2015 15:57:11 +0000 https://www.resumeedge.com/?p=5025 With Linkedin being used as the #1 recruiting tool for recruiters, it’s more important than ever to make sure that your profile is top notch and gaining attention from hiring managers. Here are some tips of what you should, and shouldn’t, do within your profile. Professional– Treat your profile as a professional document. Use a...

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With Linkedin being used as the #1 recruiting tool for recruiters, it’s more important than ever to make sure that your profile is top notch and gaining attention from hiring managers. Here are some tips of what you should, and shouldn’t, do within your profile.

Professional– Treat your profile as a professional document. Use a professional and appropriate photo for your profile. Make sure that your information is up to date and that it is factual.

Endorsements– Make sure that your endorsements are for actual skills that you obtained. I have had people in the past endorse me for skills that I have never done, so I wouldn’t want to give a potential employer the impression that I have that skill while in reality I have no clue how to perform such tasks.

Connections– It important to not only have a lot of connections, but make sure those connections are also quality contacts. You don’t want to have a lot of connections for the sake of connections. Think to yourself “can this person help or hurt my job search?”

Recommendations- I always think of a recommendation as a job reference. Ask those to recommend you that know your work experience and can give you a quality recommendation. Keep in mind that you should only ask those that you know well and would testify you’re the man or women for the job.

Description– Your description should be eye catching and contain keywords that a recruiter might be searching to find their next new candidate. Give details of what you do for your company and not just a company description.

Don’t let it sit– Make sure you’re keeping your profile updated and stay active. Participate in conversations, endorse others, share links and overall just stay involved in the Linkedin community.

Groups– Join groups that make sense to your industry and your interests. Groups can be a very important part in your job search and can help you in finding open roles as well.

Don’t complain– Don’t use Linkedin as a complaining platform. I have seen so many people use Linkedin as a place to complain about companies or recruiters or who’s running for office, etc. Again, this a place for professionals, so keep it that way.

Don’t be afraid- I think it’s a great idea to reach out to the hiring manager and connect. It doesn’t annoy the recruiter or hiring manager. It actually shows that you take the bull by the horns and demand attention. It’s always great to connect and send a little personal message about your background and why you’re so interested in the company and what you can bring that others can’t. It’s like a cover letter, but going a step further and putting a face to the resume.

Privacy settings– Don’t forget to set your privacy settings. I’m sure you wouldn’t want your boss or co-workers to know you’re looking for a new job. I can be most certain that a recent facelift to your profile will clue others into your job hunt.

Linkedin is the top way that recruiters are looking for their next employee and you want to make sure that you make their list of potentials. If you need help with your profile and to make sure you aren’t missing a step, you can use Resumeedge to create your Linkedin profile today!

 

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