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2013 Resumes: Tips You Need To Know To Maximize Yours!

  POSTED ON JAN 7, 2013 IN HIRING HUB | 1 COMMENT Courtesy of Happy 2013!  At the beginning of this new year, I compiled some of the most frequently asked resume writing and building tips.  The goal here is to help you on the road toward developing an awesome 2013 resume. Applicant Tracking […]

20 Resume Trends for 2013

by: lhgould Resumes in 2013 should be worded short, concise and to the point. Let’s take a few minutes to review new emerging trends for the resume for this upcoming year 2013. The resume still remains the essential tool for your job search but the ever changing explosion of new technology is re-shaping industry demands. The job seeker still needs the […]

2013 Resume Writing Trends

  By Contributing Writer A new year has begun and that means new job hunting trends. While the resume has also played an important role, there are also new trends to which we must pay attention. The most important thing to remember in writing your resume is that 2013 is the year of showing, not […]

Job Hunting Etiquette

By Sheena Williams When you are out looking for a job, there are some things that go unspoken when you’re on the hunt, which is really too bad because they are things that are really basic, but they make a large impact on how you are perceived by future employers. Don’t worry though. We are […]

Body Language

Body Language By Sheena Williams Reading people is an art that has been around for ages.  Watching the way others move can tell you a lot about what they are thinking and what they are trying to say. If you watch your employer when he/she speaks to staff, you can look for certain things that […]

5 Interview Questions You Should Always Prepare to Answer

  By ALISON GREEN March 6, 2013 RSS Feed Print   While you can never predict with certainty exactly what questions you’ll be asked in a job interview, some questions get asked so frequently that you’d be foolish not to prepare answers for them in advance. Here are five of the questions that you’ll most […]

Could It Be You?

By Sheena Williams   When going on an interview, we feel excitement and anxiety about the possibility of securing this great job we’ve discovered. We go there filled with confidence! We know everything about everything, and there is nothing new that is going to be shown to us! We start talking to the employer and […]

He Is Abel…

By Rachel Rudd Professionalism, Knowledge, Character… This IS Abel Rivera. Possessing an electric personality, Abel is surrounded by positive energy when he walks into a room. He has a natural ability to engage others in conversation and can easily impress with his extensive knowledge in Finance and Business Management. Looking into Abel’s history, we find […]

Design Is His Game, Victor Is His Name

By Kenya C’Mone In this day of design and graphic appeal, there comes an individual who has an extensive background in this field, from planning to invention. With over 25 years of experience in Mechanical Design, this individual earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Transportation Design/Product Design and has a vast array of experience to offer […]

All Smiles

By Sheena Williams A Smile is a facial expression formed by flexing the muscles near both ends of the mouth and by flexing muscles throughout the mouth. In other words, it denotes that the one who does it is not only having a pleasant time, but is also a pleasant person. What if you are […]

Maintaining Your Professional Presence

By Sharon Rector “Don’t ever feel that you are the only one to ever have done something silly or said something crazy. We all do it! Yours truly… especially! I had not ever had any kind of experience in an office environment, when I accepted my first secretarial position. It was very new to me, […]

Job Fair and Showcase A Hit!!

By Melvin Collins, Jr.   The Job Fair and Showcase for February, “My Heart Is Set On A Job,” was a huge hit with employers and job seekers alike at The Red Men Museum sponsored by The Heart Of Texas Workforce Solutions Center in Waco, Texas. The setting was plain and elegantly simple, the employers […]

Watching The Weather

by Sheena Williams “March winds and April showers bring forth May flowers.” However, before we can get to the flowers, we need to get through the wind and the showers! Spring is in the air, but so are storm clouds, high winds, and tornadoes.  So, to make sure that you and yours are safe this […]

What It Takes to Handle Change With Grace and Ease

Excerpt from Life Transitions, Managing Change Creating Your Future It has been said the path to your greatest personal growth is through your problems. You are invited to embrace your problems for unless you have them, they will have you. There’s a huge difference between the two. You will always have problems. Life is a […]

10 Ways To Make Your Cover Letter Stand Out

February 9, 2012 By Natalia Hundreds of resumes are flooding into many hiring and HR managers. So how do you get someone’s attention? Does your cover letter “kill” or get thrown in the “b” pile? Many of your comments indicate that some of you think that using a cover letter is a relic of the […]

Customer Service

By Sheena Williams When most people think of customer service they think of sweating away in a fast food restaurant or maybe sitting on the phone in a cubicle eating Cheetos. That could not be further from the truth! Customer service is exactly what it sounds like, providing service for customers. When you walk into […]

Resumes That Get Results

by Norman Sternfeld Give The Employer What They Want The number one goal of a resume is to get you invited for an interview. In order to make this happen, your resume needs to make you look like a great fit for the job being offered. A resume is more than a report card or […]

Am I too Old to Change Careers?

Am I Too Old To Change Careers? You said you want to change your career at this stage of the game? Well, let me tell you that you are never too old. Today, most of us are finding ourselves having to work much longer than we ever imagined. The days of an early retirement have […]

Preparing for the Interview

PREPARING FOR THE INTERVIEW   It’s a known fact that employers hire people they like, people who they can relate to or who they seem are like them somehow. Because of this, first and foremost, be likable and create a good first impression on your interview. P E O P L E get hired — […]

Culture at Work

Culture at Work Culture is at work every day and while most people think of culture as a way to distinguish their membership to an ethnic group, they seldom think of it as having an impact at their job or their interviewing process.  When you apply to a job, you are automatically giving the impression […]