Five Tips For A Great Entry-Level Resume
Resume writing is about as much fun as a root canal, especially when you're just out of school and have no professional experience to speak of. What do you do after writing down your graduation date and that burger-flipping job, and three-quarters of a blank page are still staring you in the face? Here are five tips to make you and your resume look professional. 1. E-Mail Address as a Marketing Tool
How To Avoid Getting Bored At Work
Needless paper work, endless unproductive committee meetings, quarterly reports that no one reads: these are some of the mind-numbingly boring activities many of us are faced with in the workplace. Is it you or is something happening in the American workplace that heaps boring and unnecessary activities on us?
April Hiring Holds Steady
Managerial hiring remained strong in April despite weakness in other job levels, the CareerCast/JobSerf Employment Index finds. A 1.5-point drop-off from March, to 114.9, had negligible impact on an overall score that is much improved from the 101.3 point-level of this time a year ago. "Though other indicators show moderate hiring weakness, online job postings for managerial positions continue at strong levels," JobSerf CEO Jay Martin says. "No cities showed declines -- managerial hiring all over the United States was strong."