No one keeps the same job forever anymore. At some point, you’re going to need to look for a new place to work. That means dealing with two things that most of us hate–resumés and interviews. Before you decide to procrastinate another day, check out these tips. They will save you time and stress.
Natalie Severt at uptowork.com posted a step by step guide on how to make a resumé. It comes with 30 samples you can use to polish yours to perfection. In her article, she has a checklist to follow, with examples for every major section like employment history, experience, and education. She also gives advice on how to get up to ten times more interviews. Start on the path to your dream job when you click the link below.