Saturday, August 15, 2020
With the current unemployment rate, now might be a good time to dust off the resume and re-circulate it. Whether you are looking for a new job or hoping to snag a better one, you need to be able to bring value to the company in order to be considered for an interview. Take a good look at your skills. Where do your strengths lie? What training and experience do you have to offer? Should you consider obtaining more education or training? Think about your employment history. Have you included all tasks you have completed that bring out your best talents and abilities? Did you receive any special recognition or awards? Were you promoted? How was your attendance and punctuality? Were you a team player? Can you work with little or no supervision? Match yourself to the job. What is the company you are applying to looking for in a job candidate? Do your attributes align with the company's needs? Does your resume reflect how you can be an asset to the company? Concentrate your search where your skills match the employer's needs. Where will you begin your job search?