Why Resume Screening Isn’t Effective

Posted on August 4th, by Chris Hollins in networking/interviewing. No Comments

Crafting a perfect resume is a daunting task for anyone. The challenge to condense down a lifetime of learning and accomplishments into a compelling two-page narrative of why you’re the best person for the job feels nigh impossible. It is especially disheartening for job seekers when they are faced with online job applications which feature … Read More »


Start Your Career in IT: A Progressive Strategy

Posted on August 4th, by David Whicker in on the job. No Comments

Part 4: A Progressive Career in IT

The most fitting way to bring this series to a close is ironically the discussion of patience. I would like to thank all those who have been patient for the past four months as you read and followed this series of articles. The entire series has been possible by … Read More »


They Still Use Resumes?

Posted on August 4th, by Stan Skipworth in networking/interviewing. No Comments

Recently, a member of our extended family described an initial informal meeting he’d had with a prominent firm in the finance industry about a key position that they were very interested to have him join them for.  Toward the end of the conversation, he was asked to send over a resume so they could better understand … Read More »


A Pre-Formatted Resume Template: 4 Reasons to be Cautious

Posted on July 11th, by American Public University System in networking/interviewing. No Comments

If you dislike the task of creating a resume from scratch, there’s a good chance that you’ve either used a pre-formatted resume template, or you’ve contemplated it. Resume templates are both easy to find and easy to use. Many word processing programs and online websites offer free resume templates, where the document has already been … Read More »