10 Secrets to Help Get Your Resume Read and Noticed by Recruiters

Resume Writing Secrets
  The average recruiter spends six seconds with each resume. Here are 10 ways to make sure yours gets noticed.   Ah, the resume: in many ways, it’s the most important part of the job application and interview process. A good resume alone probably isn’t going to single-handedly win you your dream job, but you need a stron... Read More

How Female Job Seekers Can Combat Age Discrimination

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Age discrimination in today’s corporate world is, unfortunately, quite commonplace. Companies, despite claiming to support equal opportunity for all, are more likely to hire new employees from Gen X or Gen Y rather than from the baby boomer generation. And, unfortunately, if you are a woman from to the baby boomer generation, you will have to deal with both age and gender discrimination. Over the years, there has b... Read More

How to Find Firms That Value Older Workers

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Many firms today prefer to recruit younger workers who have long careers ahead of them and can provide many years of value to a business. As a result, organizations tend to see an increase in the number of millennial employees, while older workers seeking new jobs are often left out of the hiring process. Thus, companies are frequently missing out on experienced employees while looking for fresh and energetic new faces to join the business. As age discrimination in the hiring process continue... Read More

Women: How to Handle Sexual Harassment at Work

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Unfortunately, sexual harassment against working women happens quite often, and it can appear in several forms. Physical, verbal, and even psychological forms of harassment can take place in a variety of settings, and if it is not dealt with correctly, this can result in significant emotional trauma. The problem with sexual harassment is that it is not always out in the open, thus people are often not aware that it is happening around them. It is often difficult for women to report cases of s... Read More

6 “P’s” for Veterans Returning to the Workforce

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Transitioning from the military back into regular civilian life can be difficult, especially when it comes to finding a job. For starters, you will have to look for positions that are suited to your skills, and this process can take months. You will need to draft a resume, submit applications, and attend interviews. When you’re working a regular 9 to 5 schedule, things will be quite different from how they were in the military. Still, your time in the service has showed that you can face... Read More

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