The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics projects information technology jobs will grow faster than the national average for all occupations in the near future; however, competition remains fierce for technology-related positions. Jobseekers should learn specific strategies that can help them stand out to hiring managers.
I use my experience in interviewing and career analysis to craft resumes, cover letters, bios, and LinkedIn profiles, to help win the interview.
(1888PressRelease) April 19, 2012 - Are you a mid- to senior career IT professional who's been finding taking your next career step challenging? Have you been applying for a lot of positions and not landing interviews?
Join J.M. Auron, Certified Professional Resume Writer and founder of Quantum Tech Resumes (http://www.quantumtechresumes.com), and Bridget (Weide) Brooks, editor of careers industry publication Resume Writers' Digest, for a free teleseminar on Tuesday, April 24 from 1-2 p.m. Eastern time to address these issues.
Topics expected to be covered on the call include:
• How to use your resume to accurately demonstrate your career level
• Bringing out your unique value proposition through your resume
• How to make sure the resume tells YOUR story
• Balancing business vision with technical competencies
• How to balance completeness with readability
• When (and how!) to streamline earlier hands-on experience
• How to present a clean, readable, and professional format
Brooks will interview Auron on resume best practices for current and future IT leaders. Individuals employed in technical positions - information technology, engineering, business analysis, project management, etc. - are invited to register for the hour-long call. The call will be recorded; for those unable to make the live call, register and an email with information on how to access the call recording will be provided.
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