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www.BusinessResumeWriting.com
Boston, Massachusetts
Professional Resume Writing Services for Business Professionals – Accounting Resumes, Finance Resumes, Marketing Resumes, Business Operations Resumes & Business Management Resumes and more…
Interests: Resume Writing, Resume Advice, Career Goals, Interview advice, Career Planning, Interview tips, How to Find a Job, Business Professionals, Finance jobs, Accounting Jobs, Marketing Jobs, Management jobs.
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It is very difficult to write a single project manager resume that will be effective in attaining interviews for a variety of companies in several different industries. To make a long story short - an effective Project Manager Resume must be CUSTOMIZED. Whenever writing any kind of resume it must be done with the mindset of - "How does my previous experience relate toward the requirements of this new job that I plan to pursue? How do I show this... Continue reading
Be careful about posting your party pictures to Facebook, MySpace or Twitter. And make sure you don't write anything negative about your current or past employers on LinkedIn. If you don't, it may cost you a job offer. Forty-five percent of employers reported in a recent CareerBuilder survey that they use social networking sites to research job candidates, a big jump from 22 percent last year. Another 11 percent plan to start using social networking sites for screening. More than... Continue reading
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When writing your financial resume it is important to keep in mind you are competing against other candidates of similar backgrounds, hence your resume must stand out. In order to know how to make your financial resume stand out and be effective, you need to know what hiring managers are looking for in a prospective candidate. Thoughts of a Financial Hiring Manager when they are reviewing your resume: ..................................................What makes you special?.................................................. or to be more exact: What technical skills... Continue reading
Are you preparing for an interview? There are thousands of interview advice articles / publications / guides, etc.... However, many of them are not practical and most of them give you a hundreds of usually abstract things to do, hence job seekers feel overwhelmed, confused and don't follow any of them. If you are a business professional - (finance, accounting, marketing, MIS, general business management & operations, HR and etc...) and have an interview coming up - just follow these... Continue reading
Are you preparing for an interview? There are thousands of interview advice articles / publications / guides, etc.... However, many of them are not practical and most of them give you a hundreds of usually abstract things to do, hence job seekers feel overwhelmed, confused and don't follow any of... Continue reading
There are thousands of career sites and job boards that employers can use to post their new openings for accounting, finance, marketing and management jobs. What is the point of going through each job board (ie - Monster, Career Builder, Hot Jobs and etc...) when you can view all of the job openings from one single site? You are correct...there is no point. Time is money and there is no need to waste your time by having to click through... Continue reading
After interviewing and working with thousands of very sharp public accounting folks during their transition into a corporate accounting position, the following 10 suggestions come to mind: 1) Make sure you want to make the move. 2) Don't leave your CPA firm until you've attained the "Senior" level, this usually means that you should put in at least 2 years. If you leave earlier your public accounting experience does not count for nearly as much in the corporate world. If... Continue reading