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How to Write a Resume if You Are Switching Careers

Career Change
[ivory-search id="7432" title="Default Search Form"] [fny id="1"] When trying to change careers, you will find yourself competing against candidates who are already established in your target industry.  Therefore, you will need a standout resume to grab the attention of hiring managers and give yourself an edge over the competition. One of the biggest challenges that career changers face is rebranding themselves for their targe... Read More

How to Disclose Your Disability at the Workplace

Abilities of disabled workers
[ivory-search id="7432" title="Default Search Form"] [fny id="1"] There is no right answer for when to disclose a disability to your prospective employer. The decision may depend on whether or not your disability is clearly visible, and how much of an effect it has on your day-to-day activities. Although job seekers have no legal obligation to do so, disclosing your disability to an employer can have many benefits as well. For example, you may nee... Read More

How to Write a Resume if You Have No Job Experience

Resume Writing Secrets
[ivory-search id="7432" title="Default Search Form"] [fny id="1"] Writing a resume for the first time can be a daunting task, especially if you have no work experience relevant to the position you are seeking. However, you are not alone. Everyone has to start their career somewhere, at a point when they have no job experience. Whether you are a fresh graduate or a career changer, you can leverage non-job-related skills and use a couple resume-writing tricks to present yourself in the best l... Read More

How to Find a Job if you have a Disability

Disabled person finding job and being successful
[ivory-search id="7432" title="Default Search Form"] [fny id="1"] In the highly competitive job market, finding a good position can sometimes be overwhelming. And, if you happen to have a disability, the task feels even more daunting. However, the fact is, nearly 20% of the US labor force consists of individuals with disabilities. This shows that there are many employers out there who can see a person’s real talent, beyond his/her disabilities. ... Read More

Disclosing Race And Gender In Job Applications?

Confident Indian businessman
[ivory-search id="7432" title="Default Search Form"] [fny id="1"] Unfortunately, many job searchers in America have either experienced or witnessed at least a slight degree of racism or gender bias in the workforce and hiring process. To those who have experienced this kind of prejudice first-hand, it often might seem like a good idea to sound like a ‘white male’ in their resumes. This results in many people changing their names to sound l... Read More

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