4 Resume Myth Busters

4 Resume Myth Busters

I just finished reading a popular media outlet article about the Ten Most Common Resume Questions Answered. I was immediately reminded how many differing opinions are offered when it comes to building a resume. I’ll admit, I’m a rule breaker, and these tips are my...

Positively, Thankful

One year ago, I was rejected for the job I now sit in. Yes, some things come full circle. In between the rejection and the new offer for me personally was a closing of a business, a less paying job, and a lot of self-reflection. Nothing I had planned aligned how I...

The Applicant Experience Matters

The reality is that sometimes being the applicant is not a great experience. You apply for a job and then you never hear any more about it. Or you go on the interview and don’t get the job wondering what went wrong. These things can lead to a frustrating applicant...

Getting Past Discouragement

Fearless job seeker I want to talk to you today about persevering through discouragement. I hear it all the time and see it in my client’s eyes – the fatigue and frustration from searching for a job with lack of progress. The truth is, there is a lot of...

References On Your Side

As a recruiter I’ve always found checking references somewhat obligatory. That is, until I come across a candidate without a good reference. I was recently talking with a relative about a situation where someone they had worked with in the past, who demonstrated poor...
Jeremy Tudor | Career & Life Coach

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