Here’s Why You Need to be on LinkedIn

If you want to get a job, you need to be on LinkedIn, as 90% of recruiters and hiring managers use LinkedIn to identify the best fit passive or active candidates for their job openings, according to a 2019 report. Key reasons why you need to be on LinkedIn: LinkedIn is for building connections LinkedIn

How to Write a LinkedIn Profile

Why it’s important to write a LinkedIn profile 95% of recruiters and hiring managers use LinkedIn to identify best fit passive or active candidates for their job openings.  Ninety-five percent. So you need to take these LinkedIn profile tips into account if you want to be found. Why are you on LinkedIn, anyway? For one,

Are you a Proven Leader? Prove it.

“I am leader, and I can prove it?” Is that what job candidates and some resume writers (the not so good ones) mean when they include”proven leader” as part of your value proposition? Pretty silly, isn’t it? And I’ll bet that the phrase, “results driven” follows close behind – another phrase that doesn’t really mean

A Generic Resume is a Waste of Money

“I’d like you to write me a kind of generic resume so I can apply for a variety of jobs.” I hear this request at least once a week, which means the job seeker is stuck listening to me rant for 15 minutes about why a generic resume is a complete and total waste of

Who Gives the Best Resume Advice?

You want feedback on your resume, but who gives the best resume advice? Many people solicit feedback on their resumes from well-intentioned people who nevertheless are unqualified to weigh in. I recognize that I’m being a bit self-serving since I’m clearly suggesting that I am qualified, but stay with me; I am qualified, but so