These days there’s dudes gettin facials; Manicured, waxed, and Botox’d With deep spray-on tans And creamy lotion-y hands, You can’t grip a tackle box. With all of these men lining up to get neutered, It’s hip now to be feminized. (Brad Paisley, “I’m Still a Guy”) The gods may be vain, but men are vainer. […]
Consider the import and content of a resume. The essence of an applicant’s work history, education, professional training, and other relevant data must be contained within one or two pages. If this seems a daunting task for the applicant or a NJ resume writer, consider the onus placed upon the hiring manager. He or she […]
Does you resume truly need to open with an Objective? As no two job-applicants share the same exact career goals and work history, this is a question that candidates must answer for themselves. However, here are some solid guidelines.
Often, deciding what to list on your resume in terms of education is to ride the horns of the proverbial dilemma. Too high an academic level can remove you from the candidate pool as the employer may fear that a.) you will demand an exorbitant salary or b.) usurp him as manager, as his own […]
“Fifty-seven channels, and there’s nothin’ on.” (Bruce Springsteen) Surely, there are hiring managers who read the fifty or so lines on an applicant’s resume and have a reaction similar to The Boss’s lyric. So often in our thirty-plus years as professional resume writers, we have seen the precious space on a resume eaten up with […]
On runways and in magazines, the fashion industry appears a chic adventure. Behind the scenes, however, the work is demanding and governed by stringent deadlines. Those employed within this field will want to stress their work ethic, skills, and achievements on their resumes and cover letters. Some of the job titles and job functions in […]