In working with clients seeking to make a career change – regardless of their occupation, level or industry – one of the biggest challenges is helping them prepare a suitable career change resume.
Time for a new direction? Is your resume up to the task? Five tips for a better career change resume
Sorting out the one-page resume conundrum
Year in and year out, the one page resume is touted in any number of media reports as the recommended length for an effective resume.
Is your LinkedIn profile HR-ready?
According to numerous studies, articles and anecdotal information, employers are continuing to look at LinkedIn profiles in vetting job candidates – sometimes before even reading a candidate’s resume.
Full Sail opens in Southeastern Wisconsin following recent move
Full Sail Resume – Career Services & More, LLC, a career, business and literary services consultancy, is now offering assistance to clients in Southeastern Wisconsin following its recent move to Thiensville, Wis.
Full Sail wins Hermes Creative Award
Full Sail Writing & Editing Services, LLC (now known as Full Sail Resume – Career Services & More, LLC) received a Gold Award in the 2019 Hermes Creative Awards competition.
Value: the time-tested resume differentiator
When I think about the resumes in general that cross my desk month to month, they more often than not are easily categorized: They either create excitement or they don’t.
Full Sail provides resume reviews at the Portage County Job Fair
Tim Solinger, owner of Full Sail Career + Marketing Services, provided free resume reviews to attendees at the recent Portage County Job Fair that was held at the Holiday Inn Hotel & Convention Center in Stevens Point.
Why a white paper could be right for your organization
White papers are created by a wide range of individuals and entities—from entrepreneurs and consultants to large companies.
How your customers can help put more pop into your marketing
When thinking of ways to energize your marketing, have you considered those special customers who regularly sing your praises?
Resume CPR – how to breathe new life into your document
If your resume is a bit flat, uninspired, or doesn’t fully reflect your skills and experiences as a job candidate, a good first step is to closely look at each of your job descriptions. Possibly you are doing little more than listing job duties.