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Anyone can write a good resume, but it takes thought, strategy, and effort to craft a great one.
A career in the Federal Government can be very rewarding, but the process for obtaining a position can be challenging. The federal job search involves a different process and a different resume style than the conventional job search. Here are seven tips to assist you with landing a federal opportunity.
Is your resume remarkable, or does it blend into the background? If you’re trying to stand out among the competition for that dream job, you need a resume that really shines.
Your resume is a self-marketing tool that outlines your skills and experiences so an employer can see, at a glance, how you can contribute to their organization. The goal of an effective resume is to highlight and summarize your qualifications. When crafting a resume, it is important to decide what you want to emphasize so you can choose the best resume type to fit your needs. Continue below for explanations of each resume type.
A resume is a marketing tool used to highlight your applicable work, education, experience and skills. When crafted successfully, it should increase your chances of getting an interview.
If you’re solely relying on your resume to sell yourself to prospective employers, you’re missing out, big-time. According to a study by the Society for Human Resources Management, nearly 80 percent of organizations are using social media to recruit potential job candidates — with 94 percent of them choosing LinkedIn for the task.
How do you make your resume stand out of the stack? When you’re up against ample—and well-qualified—competition for your dream job, it’s important to make your resume meaningful and memorable so you end up on the short list for an interview.
If you’ve ever thought about applying for a job in the federal government, you probably noticed right away that it’s not your standard job search. You can’t simply submit your regular resume and expect to get results. In order to pursue a career working for Uncle Sam, you need something special: a federal resume.
Some people always want to be camera-ready, but for career professionals, there’s something even more important: being resume-ready. You never know when a can’t miss-opportunity will come your way. September is International “Update Your Resume” month, which makes it the perfect time to dust of this essential document and refresh it.