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Whitepaper: Do You Want A Career Or Job?

by Professional ResumeJan 01, 2008

This paper published by Professional Resume describes that in any given career, one will find that some people really enjoy what they do and others merely tolerate it so that they can take home a paycheck. Sometimes that is the difference between a career or job. The paper states that it would be great if everyone could enjoy what they do for a living? It makes life much easier if the work one does is something he/she likes. It is also something attainable but one need to give it some thought before jumping into the job-search process.


Whitepaper: From The Employer's Perspective

by Professional ResumeJan 01, 2008

This paper from Professional Resume Company guides to make any necessary improvements before one meets with a hiring manager. One, however, are going to be armed with the information human resources people want to know. Looking at their world from their perspective and one will be much better prepared to provide exactly what they are looking for an i.e. great candidate. This paper helps one to identify what makes one candidate better than another one.


Whitepaper: Goals Objectives Tasks

by Professional ResumeJan 01, 2008

If one doesn?t set goals, one would have nothing to focus their energy and time on, thus ending up wasting their life on things that have little or no value. A goal is merely a dream unless it has an action plan attached to it. Unless one follows that goals objective with a solid action plan it would mean nothing. This paper tells one to write the down the goals and by making suitable plan how to go about achieving it.


Whitepaper: How Do Resume Examples Help You?

by Professional ResumeJan 01, 2008

When one look at a good (professional resume) example, they are able to see what works and adapt the personal information in a way that best suits one. Some people see an example and think that they have to force their qualifications and experience into a resume style that does not really fit their needs. That is not the idea at all. This white paper gives an example of professional resume and some techniques to write it.


Whitepaper: How To Use Resume Keywords

by Professional ResumeJan 01, 2008

This paper from Professional Resume explains how to use resume keywords to their advantage. Resume keywords can enhance resume and take it to new levels. Any resume can benefit from using action packed words because those words show a prospective employer that one is a go-getter, one make things happen and one takes initiative to accomplish goals. Resume Keywords take a boring resume and turn in into a power-packed marketing piece that cannot be ignored.


Whitepaper: Interview Anecdotes

by Professional ResumeJan 01, 2008

This paper published by Professional Resume explains why should one be able to develop anecdotes for an interview? The purpose of developing anecdotes (telling stories) for the interview is to be able to illustrate their skills and abilities to the prospective employer. During the interview process, an interviewer may talk to 8-9 candidates for a single position. In order to rise above the crowd, one has to be able to answer each question in a way that the interviewer will concur with and remember..


Whitepaper: Interview Mistakes: 5 Things You Absolutely Must Know

by Professional ResumeJan 01, 2008

If one wants to get a great job, then they have to invest some time and effort into the job-search process. One of the areas that one will need to focus attention on is the interview process. One do not want to make any interview mistakes if expect to get a job offer. There are a number of possible areas of concern with regard to interviews. Once understand each one of them and ensure that one is doing their best, one has an opportunity to beat out their competition. This paper from Professional Resume explains 5 interview mistakes.


Whitepaper: Job Interview Questions

by Professional ResumeJan 01, 2008

Employers ask a variety of interview questions to gain insight into the kind of person one is, the work one are capable of doing and their attitude toward work. Being able to respond appropriately key is to getting a job offer. To answer each question appropriately and with confidence, one must be prepared. That means one have to write out or rehearse the questions prior to the interview. The more prepared one are, the better one will do. This paper from Professional Resume explains job interview questions.


Whitepaper: Making A Resume Great: Five Things A Resume Should Do

by Professional ResumeJan 01, 2008

Making a resume great is vital one has to beat out their competition. It is about matching the credentials to the position one is seeking and doing so in a way that the employer can understand. This paper talks about the five things which a resume should have. It includes giving resume with no grammatical error, showing enthusiasm, giving the employer the information necessary to provide an excellent picture of what one have done in the past but it should be relevant, excluding unnecessary personal information such as weight, height, etc. proper contact number should be mention.


Whitepaper: Professional Resume Templates

by Professional ResumeJan 01, 2008

This paper published by Professional Resume explains professional resume templates were created to show what a resume can look like. The paper states to use them as a guideline and not as a format set in stone. The templates are designed to show where to place certain pieces of information in the resume, but they are also somewhat flexible.