Jump Out Front: 3 of the Simplest Ways to Make Your Name Pop

Here are three simple tips to understand why your name on your resume can send such a powerful message on it’s own. Your Name It may seem silly, but your name should be the largest thing on your resume. Truly it is the most important because they can forget everything else about you but ifContinue reading “Jump Out Front: 3 of the Simplest Ways to Make Your Name Pop”

3 Tips to Keep Going Past the Scary Parts of Unemployment (My Unemployment Story Part 4)

I hope you enjoyed reading my other posts about my challenges of going through unemployment in Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3. Finally, Part 4 is the logistics of what I did to find that next job. Schedule your day When you have a job, do you feel tied down to your work withContinue reading “3 Tips to Keep Going Past the Scary Parts of Unemployment (My Unemployment Story Part 4)”

The Best and Worst of Recruiters (My Unemployment Story Part 3)

One of the main reasons job seeking when unemployed is so difficult is because it is hard to maintain a positive attitude. Every time a recruiter calls you have to respond in a cheery voice and describe all of the great attributes you have without any self doubt. Many times, the person on the otherContinue reading “The Best and Worst of Recruiters (My Unemployment Story Part 3)”

The End of Unemployment: My Story and Tips (My Unemployment Story Part 1)

It is finally here! I have a job! I start next week and I couldn’t be happier to be contributing to society again. It wasn’t easy and I’m sure I’m not the only person that has (or will have to) go through this. So I want to share my experience and write a few postsContinue reading “The End of Unemployment: My Story and Tips (My Unemployment Story Part 1)”