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  • White Papers // Oct 2010

    Corporate Restructuring And Your Resume

    When an organization undergoes a merger, acquisition or closing, job seekers are left wondering how to handle the information on their resumes. If your employer went out of business, you should still include the experience on your resume. Treat the position like any other job by demonstrating your accomplishments and...

    Provided By Monster Worldwide

  • White Papers // Oct 2010

    Resume Skills Section: Uncover Your Marketable Skills

    Have you thought about the skills you're listing in your Monster Resume's Skills section? If you treat this section as an afterthought, you could be missing an opportunity to show employers you've got the right skills for the job. Listing skills can help you stand out. It can also add...

    Provided By Monster Worldwide

  • White Papers // Oct 2010

    How To Write A Career Summary: Generate Interest With A High-Impact

    Hiring managers are busy people. A single job posting might attract thousands of resumes. To get noticed, create a career summary (AKA career objective) statement. The goal of this section is to develop a hard-hitting introductory declaration packed with your most sought-after skills, abilities, accomplishments and attributes. On your Monster...

    Provided By Monster Worldwide

  • White Papers // Oct 2010

    Resume Dilemma: Recent Graduate

    You've spent four years or more building your knowledge and perhaps even earned a high GPA. So why aren't employers clamoring for your services? The problem you and other new graduates face is that hiring managers are more interested in what you can do for them than what you did...

    Provided By Monster Worldwide

  • White Papers // Oct 2010

    Resume Dilemma: Too Young

    Having a hard time getting your foot in the door for interviews because you're young and inexperienced? It's true that many employers prefer to hire workers with a demonstrated track record of success. Employers may view older workers as more stable, mature, reliable and skilled than younger workers. Put yourself...

    Provided By Monster Worldwide

  • White Papers // Oct 2010

    What's Your Objective?

    The first step to creating a high-impact resume is determining what you're trying to accomplish. With a clearly defined career objective, you can write a resume that conveys the experience, skills and training that best serve your overall professional aspiration. Hiring managers are busy folks who can't afford to waste...

    Provided By Monster Worldwide

  • White Papers // Oct 2010

    Top 10 Questions About Writing A Resume

    With a focus on work history, a reverse chronological resume leads with education or work history and provides comprehensive employment history information. Reverse chronological resumes best suit those with a steady work history who are not changing careers. Functional resumes often are used by job seekers with issues such as...

    Provided By Monster Worldwide

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    How To Email A Text Resume

    How does your resume look after you hit the "Send" button? While the truth might hurt a bit, it can help explain why your job search isn't exactly humming along as planned. Just ask Amy Fields. When she emailed her resume to 50 employers, she thought she should have been...

    Provided By Monster Worldwide

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Anatomy Of A Curriculum Vitae

    A curriculum vitae - Latin for "The course of one's life" and also known as a CV or vita - is used by professionals in medical, academic and scientific fields. A CV is a record of professional activities that focuses on academic pursuits and achievements. Examples of professionals who require...

    Provided By Monster Worldwide

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    New Beginnings For Your Cover Letter

    Make a stronger first impression by writing something different - something that will readily show the value you offer. You can grab the reader's attention by highlighting accomplishments, your passion for contributing to the employer's mission and your strongest related skills. To get started, Locke suggests writing a list of...

    Provided By Monster Worldwide

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Resumes For Creative Professionals

    When it comes to resumes for creative professionals, presentation is paramount, says Adrienne Burke, a senior recruiter who has placed creative talent for the past five years. Burke's employer, Artisan, matches Web/print/multimedia designers, creative/art directors and broadcasting/copywriting talent with the staffing needs of major employers, including Accenture, the NBA, United...

    Provided By Monster Worldwide

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Customer Service Resume Tips

    Whether you're a seasoned pro or entry-level, the US Department of Labor reports excellent job growth potential for customer service representatives. To ensure you're considered for the best opportunities, pay your resume the same attention you do your customers. "Resumes that are highly targeted to the career goal are much...

    Provided By Monster Worldwide

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Resume Tips For Teachers

    Whether you're a recent graduate pursuing your first full-time teaching position or a veteran educator, you can benefit from polishing your resume to attract the best job opportunities."Showing passion for what you do is important in any field, but in education, this is doubly so," says Candace Davies, owner of...

    Provided By Monster Worldwide

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Management Resume Tips

    Think of your resume as a profit generator: The better the document, the more likely you'll get interviews and higher salary offers. You might be more accustomed to reading resumes than perfecting your own, but you'll maximize your return on investment if you make sure yours is a winner. Your...

    Provided By Monster Worldwide

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Marketing Resume Tips: Build Your Personal Brand

    As a marketing professional, you know the importance of branding a product or company. By applying this same strategy, you can use your resume to build your own brand to differentiate yourself from the competition (other job seekers), convey your value (how you benefit employers) and generate results (interviews). "Marketing...

    Provided By Monster Worldwide

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Manufacturing Resume Tips

    What can you do to make your resume stand out in the manufacturing field? Follow this advice: Charlie Wilgus, managing partner at recruitment firm Lucas Group, specializes in manufacturing and supply-chain workers and encourages manufacturing professionals to consider their level of experience when creating a resume. Highlight skills learned in...

    Provided By Monster Worldwide

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Resume Tips For Teleworkers

    Nilles recommends not only highlighting your top job qualifications but also how the employer would benefit from you teleworking. "Emphasize the primary requirements - the desired work skills and expertise - plus the additional feature that the telecommuter will contribute more to the organization's bottom line (because of higher effectiveness...

    Provided By Monster Worldwide

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Public Relations Resume Tips

    Perhaps you're like many of your colleagues in the PR field - you excel when creating targeted communications for your employers or clients but struggle when it comes to writing about yourself on a resume. To help with this dilemma, PR resume experts offer insights on how to make your...

    Provided By Monster Worldwide

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Resume Tips For Advertising Pros

    Whether you're just starting out in advertising or are a seasoned veteran, sizzling ad campaigns may excite you, but the thought of writing your own ad piece - your resume - may leave you lukewarm. In this competitive field, experts recommend improving your resume to get noticed for the most...

    Provided By Monster Worldwide

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Beat The Blue-Collar Resume Blues

    A resume is a chance for job seekers to make a great first impression, yet many blue-collar workers pay little attention to this important document. Follow these tips to create a resume that gets noticed. If you don't have a resume and aren't sure where to start, use the Monster...

    Provided By Monster Worldwide

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Administrative/Support Resume Tips

    As a support professional, you are the heart of the organization. Without you, there might be total disarray and confusion. You may only be appreciated after you're gone and your employer is left to figure out how you were able to get so much done. Your resume needs to reflect...

    Provided By Monster Worldwide

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    The Writer's Resume

    Were you born to write, but have writer's block when it comes to your resume? You're not alone. This paper provides tips to create a powerful resume. Given what you know about the prospective employer's needs, why should you be selected for the assignment or job? What do you offer...

    Provided By Monster Worldwide

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Resume Tips For Temps

    Temporary employment is becoming increasingly popular with both staff and employers. Workers are realizing that they can enjoy top pay and diverse work environments, while companies see the value of bringing in temp workers to fill short-term vacancies or take on special projects. Temporary employment is available in a variety...

    Provided By Monster Worldwide

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Let Sample Resumes Inspire You, Not Define You

    Wouldn't it be nice to be able to find a sample resume that matches your background, copy it to your word-processing program, make minor changes and be done with the arduous task of creating a dazzling resume? While that would be ideal, you can shortchange yourself and sabotage your job...

    Provided By Monster Worldwide

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Ten Classic Resume Bloopers - Know Them So You Won't Make Them

    Proofread your resume meticulously, and share it with trusted friends and colleagues to make sure you haven't inadvertently substituted one word for another. Keep in mind that your computer's spell-check function often will not catch these errors, since the problem is one of incorrect word choice rather than misspelling. To...

    Provided By Monster Worldwide

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Build Your Construction Resume With Keywords

    Did you know that making one change to your could improve your chances of job search success? Adding keywords will help get your resume noticed and expose you to more job opportunities. If your resume contains keywords that match those a potential employer is searching for, you have a much...

    Provided By Monster Worldwide

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Three Steps To A Winning Pharmacist Resume

    As an increasing number of job seekers enter the pharmacy field, competition for the most desirable jobs will heat up. While resume writing is not typically taught in pharmacy programs, it's a skill worth developing. If you follow these three steps explained in this paper, you will be on your...

    Provided By Monster Worldwide

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Ten Resume Laws

    When you're looking for a new legal position, the quality of your resume can make or break your job search. Follow these 10 tips provided in this paper from recruiters to produce a winning legal resume that will help you stand out. Candidates often use flowery fonts, boldface, boxes, lines,...

    Provided By Monster Worldwide

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Chronological Vs. Functional Healthcare Resumes

    Hiring managers and HR professionals prefer the chronological-style resume, and your current functional resume could be holding you back from getting interviews. Functional resumes are often used by job seekers who are looking to downplay issues such as gaps in employment or a history of job-hopping. Without meaning to, your...

    Provided By Monster Worldwide

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Resume Tips For Technology Professionals

    With increasing numbers of job seekers competing for the most desirable technical jobs, your resume needs to be better than the rest to get noticed. Effective technical resumes clearly show the candidate's technical skills - a hiring manager shouldn't have to go fishing for this information. An excellent way to...

    Provided By Monster Worldwide

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Sell Yourself With Sales Resume Tips

    You're a natural at selling products or services for your employer, so why is it so hard to sell yourself on your resume? Don't worry, because you can turn your drab resume into a powerful sales tool. Sales resumes need to be results-oriented, emphasizing how you contributed to your employer's...

    Provided By Monster Worldwide

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Create A Winning Retail Resume

    In the world of retail, one thing matters: Performance. Whether you are a manager, salesperson, merchandiser, cashier, clerk, HR professional or an employee who performs one of the numerous other retail jobs, your resume needs to demonstrate how you have contributed to your company's bottom-line success. High performers are most...

    Provided By Monster Worldwide

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Resume Tips For Radiology Professionals

    As the population ages and the need for diagnostic imaging increases, the US Department of Labor is predicting faster-than-average job growth for radiology professionals. Take advantage of this favorable employment climate by creating a resume that markets you properly for the best job opportunities. Many radiology professionals' resumes are bare-bones...

    Provided By Monster Worldwide

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Resume Tips For HR Professionals

    You're around resumes all day and might have reviewed hundreds or even thousands of them in the search for ideal job candidates. You know what you look for in a resume and have pet peeves that determine which ones will surely land in the circular file. So when it comes...

    Provided By Monster Worldwide

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Resume Tips For Healthcare Professionals

    Healthcare has undergone significant changes in the past 20 years, and healthcare organizations are increasingly sensitive to cost control and productivity. Funding sources for both public and private healthcare organizations have cut back reimbursement and allowable expenses. Your resume must reflect an understanding of these changes. It must show evidence...

    Provided By Monster Worldwide

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Resume Tips For Finance Professionals

    Finance professionals can find career opportunities in any business sector. Whether you're looking to be a CFO or controller, financial or planner, portfolio manager or investment counselor, the requisites for the resume are the same. When developing your finance resume, focus on skills, areas of expertise, certifications and specific accomplishments....

    Provided By Monster Worldwide

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Do Contractors Need A Resume?

    Whether you call yourself a consultant, independent contractor or entrepreneur, you may wonder if you need a resume to promote your services. As a contractor, you have a number of marketing tools at your disposal. But before you get started, determine your promotional piece's purpose. This paper provides the most...

    Provided By Monster Worldwide

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    When Changing Careers, Highlight Transferable Skills

    A huge challenge career changers face is preparing a winning resume. After all, it's arduous enough when you have ample related experience. Writing this crucial document becomes even more painstaking when you're looking to take a completely new career direction. Demonstrate you're qualified for your career change by prominently displaying...

    Provided By Monster Worldwide

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Out Of Uniform: Resume Tips For Making The Transition

    You can't effectively market yourself for a civilian job if you don't have a clearly defined goal. Because so many service people have diverse backgrounds, they often make the mistake of creating resumes that are too general to be effective. Before writing your resume, do some soul searching, research occupations...

    Provided By Monster Worldwide

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Resume Dilemma: Employment Gaps And Job-Hopping How To Handle A Spotty Work History

    In today's economy, you need to carefully present your experience to avoid being seen as unstable. Start by evaluating your situation and determining how bad it really is. If you are panicking about two months of unemployment back in 1984, your job search will probably not be affected. However, if...

    Provided By Monster Worldwide

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    How To Email A Text Resume

    How does your resume look after you hit the "Send" button? While the truth might hurt a bit, it can help explain why your job search isn't exactly humming along as planned. Just ask Amy Fields. When she emailed her resume to 50 employers, she thought she should have been...

    Provided By Monster Worldwide

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Anatomy Of A Curriculum Vitae

    A curriculum vitae - Latin for "The course of one's life" and also known as a CV or vita - is used by professionals in medical, academic and scientific fields. A CV is a record of professional activities that focuses on academic pursuits and achievements. Examples of professionals who require...

    Provided By Monster Worldwide

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    New Beginnings For Your Cover Letter

    Make a stronger first impression by writing something different - something that will readily show the value you offer. You can grab the reader's attention by highlighting accomplishments, your passion for contributing to the employer's mission and your strongest related skills. To get started, Locke suggests writing a list of...

    Provided By Monster Worldwide

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Resumes For Creative Professionals

    When it comes to resumes for creative professionals, presentation is paramount, says Adrienne Burke, a senior recruiter who has placed creative talent for the past five years. Burke's employer, Artisan, matches Web/print/multimedia designers, creative/art directors and broadcasting/copywriting talent with the staffing needs of major employers, including Accenture, the NBA, United...

    Provided By Monster Worldwide

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Customer Service Resume Tips

    Whether you're a seasoned pro or entry-level, the US Department of Labor reports excellent job growth potential for customer service representatives. To ensure you're considered for the best opportunities, pay your resume the same attention you do your customers. "Resumes that are highly targeted to the career goal are much...

    Provided By Monster Worldwide

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Resume Tips For Teachers

    Whether you're a recent graduate pursuing your first full-time teaching position or a veteran educator, you can benefit from polishing your resume to attract the best job opportunities."Showing passion for what you do is important in any field, but in education, this is doubly so," says Candace Davies, owner of...

    Provided By Monster Worldwide

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Management Resume Tips

    Think of your resume as a profit generator: The better the document, the more likely you'll get interviews and higher salary offers. You might be more accustomed to reading resumes than perfecting your own, but you'll maximize your return on investment if you make sure yours is a winner. Your...

    Provided By Monster Worldwide

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Marketing Resume Tips: Build Your Personal Brand

    As a marketing professional, you know the importance of branding a product or company. By applying this same strategy, you can use your resume to build your own brand to differentiate yourself from the competition (other job seekers), convey your value (how you benefit employers) and generate results (interviews). "Marketing...

    Provided By Monster Worldwide

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Manufacturing Resume Tips

    What can you do to make your resume stand out in the manufacturing field? Follow this advice: Charlie Wilgus, managing partner at recruitment firm Lucas Group, specializes in manufacturing and supply-chain workers and encourages manufacturing professionals to consider their level of experience when creating a resume. Highlight skills learned in...

    Provided By Monster Worldwide

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Resume Tips For Teleworkers

    Nilles recommends not only highlighting your top job qualifications but also how the employer would benefit from you teleworking. "Emphasize the primary requirements - the desired work skills and expertise - plus the additional feature that the telecommuter will contribute more to the organization's bottom line (because of higher effectiveness...

    Provided By Monster Worldwide

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Public Relations Resume Tips

    Perhaps you're like many of your colleagues in the PR field - you excel when creating targeted communications for your employers or clients but struggle when it comes to writing about yourself on a resume. To help with this dilemma, PR resume experts offer insights on how to make your...

    Provided By Monster Worldwide

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Resume Tips For Advertising Pros

    Whether you're just starting out in advertising or are a seasoned veteran, sizzling ad campaigns may excite you, but the thought of writing your own ad piece - your resume - may leave you lukewarm. In this competitive field, experts recommend improving your resume to get noticed for the most...

    Provided By Monster Worldwide

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Beat The Blue-Collar Resume Blues

    A resume is a chance for job seekers to make a great first impression, yet many blue-collar workers pay little attention to this important document. Follow these tips to create a resume that gets noticed. If you don't have a resume and aren't sure where to start, use the Monster...

    Provided By Monster Worldwide

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Administrative/Support Resume Tips

    As a support professional, you are the heart of the organization. Without you, there might be total disarray and confusion. You may only be appreciated after you're gone and your employer is left to figure out how you were able to get so much done. Your resume needs to reflect...

    Provided By Monster Worldwide

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    The Writer's Resume

    Were you born to write, but have writer's block when it comes to your resume? You're not alone. This paper provides tips to create a powerful resume. Given what you know about the prospective employer's needs, why should you be selected for the assignment or job? What do you offer...

    Provided By Monster Worldwide

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Resume Tips For Temps

    Temporary employment is becoming increasingly popular with both staff and employers. Workers are realizing that they can enjoy top pay and diverse work environments, while companies see the value of bringing in temp workers to fill short-term vacancies or take on special projects. Temporary employment is available in a variety...

    Provided By Monster Worldwide

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    Long-Term Employment On Your Resume

    You need to present your long-term work history as a positive attribute, proof you're in for the long haul. Recruiting a new employee is an expensive endeavor - companies are always looking for ways to promote long-term tenure - so demonstrate you are a worthwhile investment. If you would like...

    Provided By Monster Worldwide

  • White Papers // Oct 2010

    Corporate Restructuring And Your Resume

    When an organization undergoes a merger, acquisition or closing, job seekers are left wondering how to handle the information on their resumes. If your employer went out of business, you should still include the experience on your resume. Treat the position like any other job by demonstrating your accomplishments and...

    Provided By Monster Worldwide

  • White Papers // Oct 2010

    Resume Skills Section: Uncover Your Marketable Skills

    Have you thought about the skills you're listing in your Monster Resume's Skills section? If you treat this section as an afterthought, you could be missing an opportunity to show employers you've got the right skills for the job. Listing skills can help you stand out. It can also add...

    Provided By Monster Worldwide

  • White Papers // Oct 2010

    How To Write A Career Summary: Generate Interest With A High-Impact

    Hiring managers are busy people. A single job posting might attract thousands of resumes. To get noticed, create a career summary (AKA career objective) statement. The goal of this section is to develop a hard-hitting introductory declaration packed with your most sought-after skills, abilities, accomplishments and attributes. On your Monster...

    Provided By Monster Worldwide

  • White Papers // Oct 2010

    Resume Dilemma: Recent Graduate

    You've spent four years or more building your knowledge and perhaps even earned a high GPA. So why aren't employers clamoring for your services? The problem you and other new graduates face is that hiring managers are more interested in what you can do for them than what you did...

    Provided By Monster Worldwide

  • White Papers // Oct 2010

    Resume Dilemma: Too Young

    Having a hard time getting your foot in the door for interviews because you're young and inexperienced? It's true that many employers prefer to hire workers with a demonstrated track record of success. Employers may view older workers as more stable, mature, reliable and skilled than younger workers. Put yourself...

    Provided By Monster Worldwide

  • White Papers // Oct 2010

    What's Your Objective?

    The first step to creating a high-impact resume is determining what you're trying to accomplish. With a clearly defined career objective, you can write a resume that conveys the experience, skills and training that best serve your overall professional aspiration. Hiring managers are busy folks who can't afford to waste...

    Provided By Monster Worldwide

  • White Papers // Oct 2010

    Top 10 Questions About Writing A Resume

    With a focus on work history, a reverse chronological resume leads with education or work history and provides comprehensive employment history information. Reverse chronological resumes best suit those with a steady work history who are not changing careers. Functional resumes often are used by job seekers with issues such as...

    Provided By Monster Worldwide

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Let Sample Resumes Inspire You, Not Define You

    Wouldn't it be nice to be able to find a sample resume that matches your background, copy it to your word-processing program, make minor changes and be done with the arduous task of creating a dazzling resume? While that would be ideal, you can shortchange yourself and sabotage your job...

    Provided By Monster Worldwide

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Ten Classic Resume Bloopers - Know Them So You Won't Make Them

    Proofread your resume meticulously, and share it with trusted friends and colleagues to make sure you haven't inadvertently substituted one word for another. Keep in mind that your computer's spell-check function often will not catch these errors, since the problem is one of incorrect word choice rather than misspelling. To...

    Provided By Monster Worldwide

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Build Your Construction Resume With Keywords

    Did you know that making one change to your could improve your chances of job search success? Adding keywords will help get your resume noticed and expose you to more job opportunities. If your resume contains keywords that match those a potential employer is searching for, you have a much...

    Provided By Monster Worldwide

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Three Steps To A Winning Pharmacist Resume

    As an increasing number of job seekers enter the pharmacy field, competition for the most desirable jobs will heat up. While resume writing is not typically taught in pharmacy programs, it's a skill worth developing. If you follow these three steps explained in this paper, you will be on your...

    Provided By Monster Worldwide

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Ten Resume Laws

    When you're looking for a new legal position, the quality of your resume can make or break your job search. Follow these 10 tips provided in this paper from recruiters to produce a winning legal resume that will help you stand out. Candidates often use flowery fonts, boldface, boxes, lines,...

    Provided By Monster Worldwide

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Chronological Vs. Functional Healthcare Resumes

    Hiring managers and HR professionals prefer the chronological-style resume, and your current functional resume could be holding you back from getting interviews. Functional resumes are often used by job seekers who are looking to downplay issues such as gaps in employment or a history of job-hopping. Without meaning to, your...

    Provided By Monster Worldwide

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Resume Tips For Technology Professionals

    With increasing numbers of job seekers competing for the most desirable technical jobs, your resume needs to be better than the rest to get noticed. Effective technical resumes clearly show the candidate's technical skills - a hiring manager shouldn't have to go fishing for this information. An excellent way to...

    Provided By Monster Worldwide

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Sell Yourself With Sales Resume Tips

    You're a natural at selling products or services for your employer, so why is it so hard to sell yourself on your resume? Don't worry, because you can turn your drab resume into a powerful sales tool. Sales resumes need to be results-oriented, emphasizing how you contributed to your employer's...

    Provided By Monster Worldwide

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Create A Winning Retail Resume

    In the world of retail, one thing matters: Performance. Whether you are a manager, salesperson, merchandiser, cashier, clerk, HR professional or an employee who performs one of the numerous other retail jobs, your resume needs to demonstrate how you have contributed to your company's bottom-line success. High performers are most...

    Provided By Monster Worldwide

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Resume Tips For Radiology Professionals

    As the population ages and the need for diagnostic imaging increases, the US Department of Labor is predicting faster-than-average job growth for radiology professionals. Take advantage of this favorable employment climate by creating a resume that markets you properly for the best job opportunities. Many radiology professionals' resumes are bare-bones...

    Provided By Monster Worldwide

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Resume Tips For HR Professionals

    You're around resumes all day and might have reviewed hundreds or even thousands of them in the search for ideal job candidates. You know what you look for in a resume and have pet peeves that determine which ones will surely land in the circular file. So when it comes...

    Provided By Monster Worldwide

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Resume Tips For Healthcare Professionals

    Healthcare has undergone significant changes in the past 20 years, and healthcare organizations are increasingly sensitive to cost control and productivity. Funding sources for both public and private healthcare organizations have cut back reimbursement and allowable expenses. Your resume must reflect an understanding of these changes. It must show evidence...

    Provided By Monster Worldwide

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Resume Tips For Finance Professionals

    Finance professionals can find career opportunities in any business sector. Whether you're looking to be a CFO or controller, financial or planner, portfolio manager or investment counselor, the requisites for the resume are the same. When developing your finance resume, focus on skills, areas of expertise, certifications and specific accomplishments....

    Provided By Monster Worldwide

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Do Contractors Need A Resume?

    Whether you call yourself a consultant, independent contractor or entrepreneur, you may wonder if you need a resume to promote your services. As a contractor, you have a number of marketing tools at your disposal. But before you get started, determine your promotional piece's purpose. This paper provides the most...

    Provided By Monster Worldwide

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    When Changing Careers, Highlight Transferable Skills

    A huge challenge career changers face is preparing a winning resume. After all, it's arduous enough when you have ample related experience. Writing this crucial document becomes even more painstaking when you're looking to take a completely new career direction. Demonstrate you're qualified for your career change by prominently displaying...

    Provided By Monster Worldwide

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Out Of Uniform: Resume Tips For Making The Transition

    You can't effectively market yourself for a civilian job if you don't have a clearly defined goal. Because so many service people have diverse backgrounds, they often make the mistake of creating resumes that are too general to be effective. Before writing your resume, do some soul searching, research occupations...

    Provided By Monster Worldwide