Yes, your job search is a full time job! In taking this approach you can look at each aspect of gaining knowledge and education along the way as bringing your future employer a candidate with stronger skills and dedication than you held when you first began your job search. One area of your job search is writing skills. You may not think they are very important in the bigger scheme of things. We ask you to consider the trend which is gathering steam among employers. This is the trend of utilizing software designed to review your resume and eliminate candidates based on specified criteria. I’m sure you don’t want your resume to be refused due to misspelling, poor grammar or misuse of a word. We encourage you to read today’s article and click on the links provided at the end of the article. These links take you further into the world of understanding exactly how you’re presenting yourself in your Resume or Cover Letter.
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