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Following Up On Your Resume

Submitting your job resume and cover letter should not be considered as the last step when applying for a job. You might need to do the necessary follow up to make sure that they get into the hands of the people concerned, the hiring managers and, most importantly, the employer. Following up on your resume can help you better gauge your chances at the job rather than just leaving it up to chance whether your resume gets into the right hands or not. Here are some follow up tips that you can use. …

Tips for Submitting Resume via Email

Tips for Submitting Resume via Email

Gone are the days when job hunters had to send their resume to potential employers via snail mail. Gone are the days when you even had to drop by to the office just to hand their resume (which could be a waste of time and effort if the resume went straight to the paper shredder).Today, most hiring managers require interested applicants to just email their resumes or upload them on their websites. For many candidates, submitting resume via email is as easy as counting 1 to 10. And many of those w…

The Right Way to Email Recruiters

Most job postings would require candidates to apply through e-mail, making this your very own “electronic handshake.”  This creates a first impression on you, so how formal should you be.Like dressing up your best for an interview, e-mails should be just as professional and polished.Check your grammar and sentence structure – If you don’t like typing a sentence starting with a capital letter, or do not mind about the inconsistencies of verb tenses, then prepare for a really long job search.Elimi…

Posting Your CV Online

Many job openings are being posted over the Internet. Job seekers should be able to keep up with the trends and times in order to find the best employment opportunities whenever possible. Here are some suggestions when it comes to putting up your job resume online.Keep it simple – Unlike online profiles in social networks or blogs, you don’t need to include some fancy flash texts, colored backgrounds, or some goldfish floating around in the screen when you put up your online resume. Comput…