Maybe I am too cautious, or maybe because I shop online A LOT, I am always skeptical of sharing my financial and personal information online. We live in the age of information and with information there comes risks, and believe me tons … Continue reading To be scammed or not to be scammed: that is the question!
I was talking to a candidate and explaining why it is extremely important that you include itemized task details in your Resume. Most candidates that I speak with do not pay attention to what I say and maybe thinking that … Continue reading How do you make an omelet or write the best Resume???
I get emails from students every day with Resume questions. Here are some common tips for all of you. Resume is your only Marketing tool for most roles, and it should show you in the best light possible, so it … Continue reading Help, my Resume screams inexperienced!
Most recent graduates face rejection on a daily basis. It is extremely hard to get a job on OPT visa let alone find an employer to sponsor you. So, I am sure this question comes up at one point. It … Continue reading Fake it ’til you make it???
Braun Weiss Inc. focuses on Financial Services Industry and Financial systems, so we work with, talk to, meet…many Finance candidates and go through many many Resumes. It is obviously common sense that someone who is a CPA will know about … Continue reading What are core Finance and Accounting competencies that you should list in your Resume?
We keep writing about this over and over again, because I still see dozens of Resumes on a daily basis that is lacking the basics. They just have educational details and tons of school work details, but not enough work … Continue reading I have no relevant job experience, so I simply won’t list anything on my Resume…
We think this article sums up the basic formatting mistakes people make in their Resumes: Sloppiness Summaries that are too long Too many buzzwords Starting a bullet point with ‘Responsible for’ Being too formal Sticking to a template Sticking to … Continue reading Avoid these blunders in your Resume
Most of the candidates we interview are recent graduates and they got their Resume advice from their school’s career center. It almost always goes like: Keep your Resume to 1 page Always list your Education first List your school projects … Continue reading How many pages your Resume should be?
Most of recent graduates would have some form of experience, and highlighting your experience and lining it up with your career path is extremely important. I see that most graduates focus primarily on their education and school projects, however employers … Continue reading Resume tip: How to write your current and previous job experience
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