- Birthday:7th April
- Star Sign:Aries
- Ethnicity:White / Caucasian
- Country of Birth:United States
- Country of Residence:United States
- City:Madison, WI
- Height:5'7" (170cm)
- Body Type:Doesn't matter
- Hair Colour:Light Brown
- Eye Colour:Green
- Smoke:Yes can't get out of bed without one!
- Drink:Very rarely
- Job Title:HR manager and consultant
- Main Language:English
- Other Spoken Languages:French, German, Italian
Hobbies and Interests
- DIY(do it yourself) projects, Learning new languages, Photography, Reading, Writing
- Music:Rock, metal, electronic, experimental
- Movie:All About Eve, Singin' in the Rain, North by Northwest, The Maltese Falcon, The Adventures of Robin Hood
- Food:Apple pie, baked potato, chicken fries, cheese dog
- Drink:Masala chai tea, matcha, sencha
- Sport:Ice hockey!
- About Me:
Did you know that a picture-perfect resume could be revised each and every time you send it out?
This is not the case all the time but hears me out.
I know what you thinking, “that would be too much.” My immediate response to that would be “is it.”
Is it… worth getting the job interview?
Is it… worth getting the advantage over job competitors?
Is it… worth building a stronger bond and relationship with the employer and organization?
Here is a super tip that you should really keep in mind. Of course, the best tip is to find professionals, but it's better to find a specific one such as military resume help service, if you are looking for a military career. Your job search depends on the “relationship” you have with each organization!
If a company or organization feels like there is NO relationship at all… you won’t be hired and you probably won’t even get interviewed.
So the question is… how do you revise your resume for a job? Well, it depends on the dreaded word “research.”
I bet know you feel like your back in school right? But let me tell you that these research projects will ultimately depict what you will do for the rest of your life.
How can you research quickly and easily?
1.) Go to google and type “the organization’s name” and make sure that when you search use quotes "" on the organization’s name. This will give you better results.
2.) Call them! There is no way you're going to find out who’s going to review your resume unless you call. It’s always vital to personally address the name of the employer reviewing your resume.
What should you research?
1.) Company background - you want to make sure that your applying for a job that’s stable.
2.) Employers name - once again it’s very important that you address the employer personally. Did you know that the majority of people don’t take the time to research this?
3.) Accomplishments - do they have any honors, rewards or great achievements. If they do… you should know about them.
4.) Purpose - What is their purpose? To sell a product or service? To raise money for donation? You must understand them before you apply for the job.
Please… do not write your resume or cover letter without proper research! It could literally cost you the job!