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Goldbeck’s Tweetup: Does Your Resume Past The 30 Second Test 10:30AM EST Monday

Posted on September 14th, by Henry Goldbeck in Job Search. Comments Off on Goldbeck’s Tweetup: Does Your Resume Past The 30 Second Test 10:30AM EST Monday

Join us on Monday, 17 10:30 AM EST, @GoldbeckRecruit hashtag: #GRChat

We know that employers and recruiters never fully read resumes, infact they spend less than 30 seconds reviewing your resume. So how do you grab their attention within 30 seconds.

Learn About:

What employers are looking for in a resume?
– Back to the basics, tips on formatting that … Read More »

Goldbeck Attending Monster’s IOG Virtual Career Fair

Posted on September 14th, by Henry Goldbeck in Just For Fun. Comments Off on Goldbeck Attending Monster’s IOG Virtual Career Fair

The Institute on Governance in partnership with Monster.ca will be launching a 7 day Career Fair pilot project to help public servants impacted by work force reductions.

Goldbeck Recruiting will be attending.

Virtual seminars and chat sessions:

Does Your Resume Past the 30 Second Test? – Monday, 17 10:30 AM – 11AM EST
General Job Search Chat Sessions – … Read More »

Tips on Getting Your Resume Noticed

Posted on May 23rd, by Henry Goldbeck in Career, Resume Writing. Comments Off on Tips on Getting Your Resume Noticed

Reposted: September 2012

Get To The Point Quickly: Employers have to sift through hundreds of resumes and you have 2 seconds to grab their attention. One of the easiest things to do is to use bullet points; avoid writing long paragraphs that are dense. Try to stay away from writing every article you were published … Read More »

Make Your Resume Stand Out

Posted on May 11th, by Henry Goldbeck in Job Search. Comments Off on Make Your Resume Stand Out

The answer depends on your situation and on what position you are applying to.

1.  Strategic Choice of Information

Strategically you need to decide what you want the viewer to see. I recently met a young woman with a master’s degree in engineering who wanted a technical sales position. My advice to her was to reduce the … Read More »