Resume

10 Simple Resolutions for Your Job Search.

No matter if you are working currently or in between jobs, it is important to be at the ready when it comes to your job search. In the spirit of making New Year’s Resolutions to mark the coming year, here are ten quick and dirty things you can do, today, to keep yourself up to [...]

By | December 29th, 2016|Categories: Blog, Career Essentials, How To Guides, Interviewing, Job Search, Networking, Personal Growth, Recruiting & Hiring, Resume, Templates & Tools|Comments Off on 10 Simple Resolutions for Your Job Search.

Technology Proves Essential to Your Job Search.

In case you have not heard -  it is official. Technology, like it or not, is here to stay. You may recall someone years ago saying something like ‘the internet is a fad’ or ‘business will never bring hiring online.’ Boy, were they wrong! If you are still reading the classifieds in the newspaper and [...]

By | August 23rd, 2016|Categories: Blog, Career Essentials, How To Guides, Interviewing, Job Search, Networking, Personal Growth, Resume, Templates & Tools|Comments Off on Technology Proves Essential to Your Job Search.

Interview Questions for your Back Pocket.

Your interview went great, you were challenged with tough questions and hopefully, gave great answers. Now, we are going to let you in on a little secret. Listen carefully as we are about to disclose one of the most important questions coming from an interviewer:                 Do you have any questions for me? Typically, it [...]

By | August 19th, 2016|Categories: Blog, Career Essentials, How To Guides, Interviewing, Job Search, Recruiting & Hiring, Resume|Comments Off on Interview Questions for your Back Pocket.

Have We Retired the Single Page Resume?

You may be able to guess one of the most commonly asked questions of Masiello Employment recruiters: “How many pages should my resume be?” It is a question we receive quite often as staffing evolves. Conventional wisdom taught us never to extend our profile over a single page, as hiring managers were too busy to [...]

By | March 17th, 2016|Categories: Resume|Comments Off on Have We Retired the Single Page Resume?

Three Mistakes That Get Your Resume Overlooked

One of the most stressful aspects of job hunting is waiting to hear back after submitting your resume for a job. But the unfortunate reality is that many times people don’t hear back – ever. Hiring managers are screening hundreds of resumes on a regular basis, some of them unsolicited. So how do you make [...]

10 Simple Changes for an “All-New” Resume

We know… we know… The thought of writing a new resume is enough to make you cringe. But while resume writing can be tedious, a strong resume is the key to unlocking precious interview opportunities. So we have good news! You don’t need to create a brand new resume for every job search. Here are [...]

How to Get Your Resume Thrown in the Trash – And How to Fix It!

Interviews can be nerve wracking. But job seekers will likely agree that the most nerve-wracking aspect of job hunting is waiting to hear back from recruiters or hiring managers after initially applying for a position. And let’s face it, sometimes they never hear back. The sad fact is that many resumes end up getting tossed [...]

The Dos and Don’ts of a Light Industrial Resume

Whether you are seeking administrative or industrial opportunities, a resume is an absolute must – it gets your foot in the door for interviews! Many employers won’t even consider meeting you if you don’t have one. If you are an industrial worker who has never written a resume before, the resume-writing process can seem particularly [...]

Six Tips for Staying Relevant in Your Industry

In order to avoid possible career extinction and survive in the ever-changing market, personal and professional evolution is necessary. So whether you are currently seeking employment or are happily employed, you should constantly be working toward self-improvement to remain valuable to the industry. Here are six simple tips to help you stay relevant: Be WILLING [...]

Creating a Powerful Personal Brand: Use Social Media to Your Advantage

According to a recent survey by Career Builder, around 50 percent of employers now routinely use social media to screen job candidates. As impressive (and possibly intimidating) as that statistic is, keep in mind -- it’s growing fast. That means that even if you wanted to ignore social media when it comes to your job [...]

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