Citations with the tag: RESUMES (Employment)
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- CV cultures clash.
// People Management; 09/25/97, Vol. 3 Issue 19, p11
Presents different resume styles of various countries in Europe.
- How to present yourself through a resume.
// Advanced Materials & Processes; Jul96, Vol. 150 Issue 1, p59
Presents a list of hints on preparing a good resume.
- Customizing your resume.
Saftner, T.J. // Career World; Nov/Dec97, Vol. 26 Issue 3, p6
Presents information on how one should formulate a resume, highlighting the point that no two jobs are exactly the same. Why one should place submit resumes as job requires; Pointers to consider when writing a resume; Views of experts; Reference to books on the topic. INSET: Resume pointers..
- Start fresh when writing a new resume.
Penson, Peta // Business Journal Serving Fresno & the Central San Joaquin Valley; 09/29/97, Issue 322205, p31
Offers advice on writing resumes. Zero-based resume writing recommended by lecturer Lili Pratt; Use of white space; Importance of honesty; Giving the employer a glimpse of the job applicants' personal makeup; Use of buzz words; Resume as a bullet point script of the conversation the applicant...
- Writing a winning resume.
Bohn, Steven J. // hfm (Healthcare Financial Management); Sep94, Vol. 48 Issue 9, p108
Discusses the fundamentals that need to be considered when creating a winning resume. Form and style; Content; Cover letter.
- Job seekers: simplify your resume!
Bohn, Steven J. // Hispanic Times Magazine; Oct/Nov1997, Vol. 18 Issue 5, p15
Gives advice on how to make a good resume. Printing of resume on white or neutral letter-size paper in an easy-to-read typeface; Proofreading of the resume carefully; Avoiding to lie or exaggerate about accomplishments.
- Building a better resume.
Vergoth, Karin // Psychology Today; Jan/Feb96, Vol. 29 Issue 1, p13
Looks at creating flawless resumes to get the right job. Researchers of Purdue University findings; Revelations; Comments; Tips.
- Resume writing in a wired age.
Puetz, Belinda E.; Ventura, Marissa J. // RN; Feb97, Vol. 60 Issue 2, p28
Focuses on the growing use of electronic resumes by nurse job seekers replacing the traditional system of mailing. Companies using `automated applicant tracking systems'; Description on how tracking system works; Comparison of traditional and electronic resumes; Factors to consider before using...
- Reverse resume viewing: An overlooked aspect of realistic job previews.
G.Pesek, James; Farinacci, Carl // Review of Business; Winter95/96, Vol. 17 Issue 2, p37
Focuses on reverse resume viewing, the opportunity for job candidates to view the resumes of current organizational employees, as a tool in making a career change decision. Use of reverse resume viewing in the university setting; Study of the perceptions of accountants of the importance of...
- Message to resume writers: Get to the point, please.
G.Pesek, James; Farinacci, Carl // Westchester County Business Journal; 1/29/96, Vol. 35 Issue 5, pS14
Gives advice on getting right to the point when writing resumes. Printing of name on paper; Proofread of resume; Avoid lying or exaggerating accomplishments.
- Confused about resume writing? Answers to common myths.
Eigles, Lorrie // Women in Business; Sep/Oct93, Vol. 45 Issue 5, p9
Addresses common myths about writing a resume and offers tips on how to create a resume that will get results. Problem of being humble; Length of resume; Importance of having a job objective; Chronological and functional resumes; Suggested reading. INSET: How to write a focused job objective,...
- For sale: Experienced office professional.
McNease, Sandra D. // OfficePro; Oct97, Vol. 57 Issue 8, p6
Presents guidelines for job hunters on how to write a resume. Typing of resuming with a word processor; Use of white or off-white paper; Making effective use of white space; Sending an original and not a copy of the resume; Importance of form and format; Checking grammar.
- Collegiate perspective.
McNease, Sandra D. // Music Educators Journal; Dec90, Vol. 77 Issue 4, p16
Presents tips on how to write a job resume. Views held by students on resume writing; Importance of self-reliance in a job search; What should be included in a resume; Presentation of the resume.
- What every good resume should include.
Heyman, Bill // Public Relations Tactics; May96, Vol. 3 Issue 5, p20
Discusses what a resume should include. Personal information; Profile statement; Professional experience; Positions that are not communications related; Education.
- What kind of resume should I use?
Hagevik, Sandra // Journal of Environmental Health; Dec97, Vol. 60 Issue 5, p35
Talks about the preparation of a resume that fits a target job or objective. Chronological resume; Functional resume; Combination resume; Targeted resume; Marketing letters.
- Internet job boards have their drawbacks.
Hagevik, Sandra // Christian Science Monitor; 8/27/2001, Vol. 93 Issue 191, p12
States that although a growing number of job seekers are posting resumes on Internet job boards, less than five percent of all hires result from the job boards.
- Our brilliant careers.
Greenhalgh, Trisha // BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition); 2/1/97, Vol. 314 Issue 7077, p382
Focuses on items to include in a curriculum vitae. Information that distinguishes between applicants; Personal information the author would write.
- Does your resume over-inform?
Greenhalgh, Trisha // Secretary; Mar96, Vol. 56 Issue 3, p5
Gives pointers on what to include in resumes. Reference to the article written by Dawn Penfold in `Meeting News' entitled `The Resume: What to Leave Out'; Nonessential information that are not to be included in the resume.
- Resume fraud: Grounds for termination?
Laabs, Jennifer J. // Personnel Journal; Dec94, Vol. 73 Issue 12, p118
Focuses on resume fraud. Termination issues; Consideration of the application process.
- Resume message to jobseekers: Keep it simple.
Laabs, Jennifer J. // San Diego Business Journal; 6/24/96, Vol. 17 Issue 26, p21
No abstract available.
- Resume tips.
Laabs, Jennifer J. // Executive Female (0199-2880); Sep/Oct97, Vol. 20 Issue 5, p9
Presents the do's and dont's of successful resume writing. Using action words; Emphasizing accomplishments; Duplicating the information.
- Time is the enemy of the job seeker.
Laabs, Jennifer J. // New Mexico Business Journal; Mar96, Vol. 20 Issue 3, p8
Presents tips for writing an effective job resume. Survey showing that executives do not spend too much time reviewing an applicant's curriculum vitae.
- Crafting the executive resume.
Thibodeau, Bob // Business NH Magazine; Dec96, Vol. 13 Issue 12, Career Planning p36
Presents several guidelines on how to effectively create an executive resume. Resume as a marketing piece; Subjective evaluation of a resume.
- Functional resume.
Thibodeau, Bob // Career World; Feb1990, Vol. 18 Issue 6, p14
Presents a sample resume that can be used as a reference when compiling your resume.
- How not to write a resume.
Thibodeau, Bob // Career World; Feb1990, Vol. 18 Issue 6, p22
Presents a few examples of errors to avoid when writing a resume. Poor spelling; Lame jokes.
- Honesty is the best policy.
Thibodeau, Bob // Career World; Feb1993, Vol. 21 Issue 6, p2
Focuses on a study by Equifax Inc.'s security unit on misinformation that appeared on a randomly chosen group of resumes. Almost one-third of the resumes misstated dates of employment by three months or more.
Kilborn, Robert; Nichols, Judy // Christian Science Monitor; 2/2/2000, Vol. 92 Issue 49, p20
Offers news as of February 2000, including the results of a survey in Canada on the percentage of resumes with falsehoods.
- The real trouble with resumes is the problems they cause.
Dauten, Dale // New Hampshire Business Review; 09/25/98, Vol. 20 Issue 21, p8
Discusses the pros and cons of application by resume. Existence of an organization called Professional Association of Resume Writers; Discrimination against those without degrees; Alternative to resumes.
- `Snail mail' offers best result.
Dauten, Dale // Grand Rapids Business Journal; 08/31/98, Vol. 16 Issue 35, pB-7
Reports that executives still prefer to receive resumes via regular mail, according to a survey developed by OfficeTeam. Executives' preference for traditional mail because of what it reveals about the jobseeker; Complaints about more informal delivery systems such as electronic mail or fax.
- An age-old dilemma: One page or two?
Dauten, Dale // Hispanic Times Magazine; Oct/Nov1996, Vol. 17 Issue 5, p14
Presents the findings of a survey developed by Accountemps, a temporary staffing service for accounting, finance and bookkeeping, about preferred resumes of executives. Preferable length of a resume for executives and staff-level employees; Tips on keeping resumes concise and effective.
- Look again.
Sublette, Guen // Entrepreneur; Aug1993, Vol. 21 Issue 8, p172
Recommends a look by employers at skills or the value the job applicant can bring to a company in a resume. Consideration of tight economy; Reading resumes with caution.
- Since you asked...how to top off your resume?
C.H. // Black Enterprise; Jul95, Vol. 25 Issue 12, p65
Answers a reader's inquiry on how to write job objectives or qualification summaries on a resume. Messages implied by a career objective on prospective employers; Disadvantages of using job objectives; Importance of career flexibility.
- What is a paper resume?
C.H. // Career World; May94, Vol. 22 Issue 9, p31
Presents tips for writing a paper resume. Functions of resumes; Three parts of a resume; Choosing the best format. INSET: Practice using action words..
- Resume essentials for 1996.
Kennedy, Marilyn Moats // Glamour; Jan96, Vol. 94 Issue 1, p69
Presents guidelines on how to update resumes for the competitive job market of 1996. Placing accomplishments in context; Highlighting of volunteer work; Inclusion of experiences in a temporary work; Use of bigger, bolder ad blacker print; Inclusion of sports participation; Attaching of...
- Should you get creative with your resume?
Touby, Laurel // Glamour; Dec96, Vol. 94 Issue 12, p122
Offers advice on how to design and when to use creative resumes. True stories of job hunters' use of creatively-designed resumes.
- How to write a killer resume.
Touby, Laurel // Glamour; Mar97, Vol. 95 Issue 3, p163
Presents suggestions on how to write an effective resume. Style pointers; Content; Importance of a well-written resume in providing information to prospective employers.
- RESUMES UNDER REVIEW IN QUEENSLAND.
Howlett, Alisa // inCite; Aug2011, Vol. 32 Issue 8, p20
The article offers tips for libraries on how to make effective resumes.
- Keep this in mind when writing a resume.
Puetz, Belinda E.; Thomas, Donna Ojanen // RN; Apr93, Vol. 56 Issue 4, p26
Gives advice on how to make a resume. Work experience; Educational background; Membership in professional organizations.
- Selling the perfect you.
Silver, M. // U.S. News & World Report; 2/5/90, Vol. 108 Issue 5, p70
Talks about resume writing, and details the pros and cons of resume services. The advantages of creating your own resume. Costs; Formats to use; Career searching. INSET: Resume rules.;The three faces of Sam Merwin..
- Avoid common resume traps.
Alexander, Steve // InfoWorld; 07/14/97, Vol. 19 Issue 28, p87
Gives a number of resume writing tips for job hunters in the information technology industry. Avoiding grammar and spelling mistakes; Effective resume length; Specificity; Truthfulness. INSET: Scanners complicate process..
- Writing your CV.
Berry, Sarah // Management Accounting: Magazine for Chartered Management Account; Jan98, Vol. 76 Issue 1, p56
Gives advice on writing resumes which will impress a prospective employer. Principles of job targeting; Reflection of attitude in sentence construction; Selection of words to reflect one's personality.
- An employer rates resumes.
Macdougall, Neil // CMA Magazine; Sep90, Vol. 64 Issue 7, p35
Relates a company's evaluation of the resumes of applicants for a managerial position. Company's consideration of applicants' relevant experience, enthusiasm, stability and carefulness.
- Your resume's first impression could be your last.
King, Jennifer E. // Corporate Legal Times; Oct96, Vol. 6 Issue 59, p4
States why the impression your resume makes on a potential employer is important. Listing or persons employed, or appointed to various positions at several corporations.
- Does your resume say hire me or don't bother?
Hayes, Rebecca; Shoop, Joyce // Business Press; 04/25/97, Vol. 9 Issue 52, p37
Provides some effective ways to use a resume. Reference to the study `What Color is Your Parachute?' by Richard Bolles; Categories of resumes; Description of these categories.
- Solid resume can help job seeker get foot in the door.
Kohout, Cheryl // Inside Tucson Business; 1/2/95, Vol. 4 Issue 40, p7
Reports on the resume as a tool for the job seeker. Presentation; Impression of the resume on the employer.
- ASM career corner.
Kohout, Cheryl // Advanced Materials & Processes; Sep96, Vol. 150 Issue 3, p80
Presents tips on how applicants can prepare resumes which can pass through tracking systems. Optical character recognitions or scanners; Reduction of error factors; Need for laser quality prints; Need to exclude photographs; Maximum length of the resume.
- Experts offer real-world suggestions and tips.
Kohout, Cheryl // InfoWorld; 09/28/98, Vol. 20 Issue 39, p100
Presents tips on writing an eye-catching and job-getting resume. Inclusion of a brief description of companies one has worked for; Contact information; Use of the correct verb tenses; Hard-hitting job descriptions; Emphasizing professional experience.
- Resumes that work.
Pender, Kathleen Staude // Parenting; Sep96, Vol. 10 Issue 7, p202
Focuses on the job market and resumes. What to write on a resume; Discussion on what parents should consider, those who have been out of the job market for two years or more.
- Resume slip-ups.
Brown, Monique R.; Hayes, Cassandra // Black Enterprise; Jun98, Vol. 28 Issue 11, p81
Enumerates several mistakes that should be avoided when making a resume. Using two or more pages; Being dishonest; Overusing gimmicks; Listing duties rather than accomplishments; Using a generic approach.
- No resume? No prob.
Corridan, Kara // Redbook; Mar97, Vol. 188 Issue 5, p50
Presents tips in making a resume from Peggy Schmidt, author of `The New 90 Minute Resume.' How to make the resume brief and concise; Importance of clean looking font.