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To get work, an artist needs an art portfolio. In fact, there is often a need for more than one art work portfolio, since portfolios, like resumes, should be targeted to their viewer. While there is a place for online marketing for artists, a physical portfolio of the very best the artist has done can be an extremely valuable sales tool. This article will explain how to make an art work portfolio that will sell you as an artist.
Published by Debbie Bastien 71 months ago in Resumes & Interviewing | +0 votes | 0 comments
Once the job seeker has earned a job interview they are on their way into the work force. However, a job interview does not necessarily equal employment. In order to impress the job interview agent and get a job every time it is important to project professionalism, confidence, and a winning attitude. Read on to discover how to sell yourself as a product that the company wants to buy!
Published by Scottie Futch 73 months ago in Resumes & Interviewing | +0 votes | 0 comments
There are two primary tips that can help an individual land a job interview every time. In order to land a job interview every time the applicant must be proactive and provide an eye-catching resume along with their application. Read on to discover exactly what is needed to make certain that you always land that job interview every time.
Published by Scottie Futch 73 months ago in Resumes & Interviewing | +0 votes | 0 comments
Your resume is very important. It is not only the text it contains but the design. The design of your resume is the first thing that catches the attention of the person who will first read your resume. The design of your resume should jibe with the job you are applying for.
Published by Felisa Daskeo 73 months ago in Resumes & Interviewing | +0 votes | 0 comments
So many people don't know what the differences are between personal references or business references. Heck, they even have trouble with knowing who to use as a good reference. It can be tricky, but you may have the best references around and didn't even know it. Check out who to use.
Published by C. Hulce 78 months ago in Resumes & Interviewing | +0 votes | 0 comments
Your cover letter sets the tone for your readers to get to know you, what you are capable of doing, and why you are the best candidate for the job. Not only should you market yourself in your resume, you should do the same in your cover letter as well. Your content should be brief and on target, while communicating a persuasive argument to the readers. Thus, prompting the reader to take a look at your resume.
Published by Donata L. 78 months ago in Resumes & Interviewing | +0 votes | 0 comments
When you face the interview board for an interview, you must highlight your strengths to your advantage.Besides submitting your resume showcasing your talent, it is your duty to dwell in length about what your strengths are, how you are an asset by virtue of your strengths to the organization, how your strengths are useful to the organization and how you will fit into the organization and how you will use your strengths by virtue of your proven ability to advance the cause of the organization.Yo...
Published by Rama lingam 79 months ago in Resumes & Interviewing | +0 votes | 0 comments
Making a success of an interview depends on how prepared we are in knowing about the organization and the criteria they employ in choosing a candidate. As more and more qualified candidates are churned out every year from educational institutions, the prospect of getting a job is that much more harder. This article gives an insight of the mind of the interviewer and what it takes to be a successful candidate.
Published by Augustine Alukkal 79 months ago in Resumes & Interviewing | +0 votes | 0 comments
A resume is the key of a successful job application therefore it is very important to write a better and successful resume when applying for a job. Hence, it is essential to know what to do and what not to while writing and preparing a resume. Therefore, this article lists out what to do and what not to while writing a resume which may be very important to know while preparing a resume.
Published by Nischal Gurung 79 months ago in Resumes & Interviewing | +0 votes | 0 comments
The most common resume styles used today by job seekers would be the chronological, the functional, and the combination. And out of the three, the chronological is most widely used. However, the professional resume format, also called professional vitae, is not very popular with the average job seeker, because elite professionals only use it. The professional resume format or professional vitae is a very complex document and lengthy in pages. The average number of pages is three due to the wi...
Published by Donata L. 79 months ago in Resumes & Interviewing | +0 votes | 0 comments
The combination resume format is basically a combination of the functional and chronological formats. The combination resume emphasizes an individual’s key skills and accomplishments along with past places of employment and education. Individuals who want to showcase their core competencies, career achievements, education, along with a solid, impressive work history----should use the combination resume format.
Published by Donata L. 79 months ago in Resumes & Interviewing | +0 votes | 0 comments
The functional resume focuses primarily on an individual’s key skills and accomplishments rather than their work history because these technically do not have a consistent work history. When composing this type resume, the intent is to shift the reader’s attention away from job instability and lack of employment and divert it to the applicant’s chief talents.
Published by Donata L. 79 months ago in Resumes & Interviewing | +0 votes | 0 comments
Job seekers who have a solid career background and consistent work history should use the chronological resume format. When using the chronological format you would arrange your chain of employment in reverse chronological order. That is, you would list your most current employer first, and then list other past employers going backward, in date order. You would do the same when listing your educational background as well.
Published by Donata L. 79 months ago in Resumes & Interviewing | +0 votes | 0 comments
A former employer lists the ten most important steps you must take to "ace" your next (and hopefully last) job interview. These easy, straightforward suggestions will prepare you to maximize your chances of landing your next job. If you're unemployed, and can't seem to get past the job interviews, you need to discover the reasons. This list will give you the answers to what may be missing and will help you go from unemployed to happily employed.
Published by Pamela Hawken 80 months ago in Resumes & Interviewing | +0 votes | 0 comments
No one but an employer with a job offer can ask for private information if a worker chooses the right way to post a resume online. Never post a resume any interested person, and even scam employers, can search and find private information on. Post online in a place the right employers can get their hands on a copy and print.
Published by Adam Benjamin Pollack 81 months ago in Resumes & Interviewing | +0 votes | 0 comments
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