If so, this may be helpful!
I recently traveled to Europe to visit a few of our offices abroad and launch a new, exciting youth employment initiative for 2015. It was a phenomenal trip with a stellar agenda. But one of my
W+K Portland executive creative director Mark Fitzloff’s four lessons in creative career success and longevity.
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Dear Lifehacker, I heard that a lot of companies use software to weed out “good” from “bad” resumes. How do those systems work, and is there anything I can do to improve my chances of my resume getting through the system and into the hands of a real person?
If you haven’t heard about this already, and are applying for jobs - you need to understand how resumes are being sorted and tailor your resume accordingly for each job application!
Why your brown “power suit” could be making you look passive, why you should ditch Navy if you’re in a creative field and never wear orange.
Good intel for any important meeting!!!
It’s not exactly E=mc². But for would-be job hunters, it’s probably a lot more useful. In a Q&A-style interview with Google’s senior vice president of people operations Laszlo Bock, The New York Times’s Tom Friedman fished a few seriously helpful words of wisdom out of the search giant’s human resources chief. This one is perhaps…
here’s a longer version of the same story (with resume examples!): https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/article/20140929001534-24454816-my-personal-formula-for-a-better-resume
Do the work. Get the gig.
No clue what you want to do with your life? Here are some crazy and thought-provoking questions to help you out.
This post originally appeared at LinkedIn. Follow the author here. I’ve sent out hundreds of resumes over my career, applying for just about every kind of job. I’ve personally reviewed more than 20,000 resumes. And at Google we sometimes get more than 50,000 resumes in a single week. I have seen a lot of resumes. Some…