resume. Saturday , September 02nd , 2017 - 15:37:26 PM
Consider carefully what you have to offer a potential employer. Don't be afraid to do a bit of boasting particularly if it's true. You are competing against a number of other individuals who want the same job therefore your resume should stand apart from the crowd. Never hesitate to apply for positions that may be somewhat out of your particular arena. If you have proven to be a good manager, you will be able to manage people regardless of the environment. It's all in the presentation. The way you present yourself in a resume is the way you will be perceived. If you have confidence in your ability, make sure it comes across. Never hesitate to present your strengths.
Educate yourself on the market place; the more informed you are the better you will be able to evaluate opportunities and make an appropriate decision.
You wouldn't want your resume writer just giving out your personal details to prospective new clients. You should be tolerant of the fact that professional ethics and confidentiality agreements will prevent resume writers from giving you the actual names of past clients. In fact, you may want to be wary of writers who DO offer up names of past clients! But, the top professionals will have gathered testimonial letters from past clients that they should be happy to provide to you on an anonymous basis. You could also check LinkedIn. Ask to connect with the writer and then review their references on LinkedIn. If a writer claims to have no references it should be a red flag!
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