Category Archives: Resume Writing

What position would you hire Scarlett in 2014?

  **Recently, I was inspired by a friend’s post on Facebook, by a photo of one of my beloved actresses and characters; Vivien Leigh as Scarlett O’Hara, in Gone With The    Wind. Today’s blog is dedicated to Vivien Leigh and Margaret Mitchell, forever inspiring me to follow my courage, create innovative solutions to problems,…

Ask Amanda…How can I be smarter using my smart phone and balancing my time?

Hi Amanda, I love my smart phone and I am constantly updating information on various social media sites.  But my new job has made me feel like I have to constantly be available by phone, email, text, and social media.  My boss is now emailing my personal email account with information that she believes cannot…

The 911 on Video Resumes

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If you are a college student who is attending school online as an elearner and you are interested in using technology to potentially help make yourself more desirable to employers after graduation, you might want to consider a video resume. A video resume could also be a great option for young professionals striving to get…

Developing Our Future Youth

                          As we entered into the 21st century the predictions of a drastic demographic shift in the workforce has come to fruition. American business leaders warned there would be shortage of workers with the knowledge and skills in science, engineering and technology.  Furthermore,…

Filtering Your Resume For 5 Audiences

  Your resume is simply a tool to open doors. It is your advertisement to attract recruiters, companies, and hiring leaders. Moving away from a smorgasbord of offerings to a lean menu can be challenging for today’s savvy careerist.  Leaning up does not mean forsaking your stellar accomplishments or bandwidth of talents, it simply means…