How to Write an Effective Cover Letter

by Cesar E. Larrainza 05/10/2016 0 comments

Remember, the first thing a recruiter sees even before reading your resume is your cover letter. Your cover letter should create the desire on the part of the recruiter to read your resume. In fact, it speaks a lot about your professionalism. And if your cover letter is poorly written, you may never get a […]

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How to Prioritize Your Resume Content

by Cesar E. Larrainza 28/09/2016 0 comments

Sometimes employers’ task is to find the best potential candidates that match their vacant position. What they are really looking for is to find a talented prospect that can meet the needs of their open position. To get a job in the labor market, you need to prioritize your resume in such a way that […]

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How to Quantify Your Work Accomplishments

by Cesar E. Larrainza 21/09/2016 0 comments

Do you want to stand out among other job applicants and easily land a job on the final interview? If so, why not improve your resume templates? Your resume should not be the list of the daily responsibilities for the career you held; rather, it should highlight the quantifiable achievements you have made so far. […]

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Ways to Optimize Your Resume for Applicant Tracking System

by Cesar E. Larrainza 14/09/2016 0 comments

Applicant Tracking System (ATS) refers to the computerized system utilized by organizations to handle the voluminous number of applications/resume they receive. This system itself will read an applicant’s resume, not that of the hiring manager. After reading the resume, ATS will eventually rank, match, and score the applicant’s qualification based on the job description. And […]

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