Resume and Cover Letter Reviews
One of the most important and difficult steps in the job search process is writing a strong resume that gets the attention you want and need. Unfortunately, many people get overwhelmed before they even get started. The result is poorly written resumes that don’t do the job seeker any good.
Today, resumes must appeal to potential employers while also being optimized for the electronic age. Whether you are delivering a resume over in person or are emailing an electronic copy to be added to an online database, the words you use and the formatting you choose will make a big difference in whether or not you get that interview.
We walk you step-by-step through the creation of the most common sections found on resumes in today’s job market. In addition to helping you determine what information should be included, we also go a step further to help you realize what pitfalls to avoid when creating this powerful, marketing tool and provide you with helpful hints that are easily accessible and will make a positive impact to your job search.
- Cover Letter Do’s and Don’ts
- Resume & Cover Letter Templates
- Matching Cover Letters and Resumes to Job Posting
- Resume Checklist
- Sample Profile Statements
Job Search Project Plans
It is estimated that in Saskatoon, anywhere from 80 – 99% of jobs are found through networking. Knowing this, most people are still spending 80 – 99% of their time looking for work online. People know they need to network but are unsure of how.
Job seekers today struggle with putting together a strategic, focused approach to their job search. They typically keep resorting back to the “Spray & Pray” method.
“Doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results, is the definition of insanity.” – Albert Einstein
If you find yourself headed down the path of insanity, stop and book anappointment with us. Our consultants will help you put together a job search strategy that gets you networking with the right people for your career search.
We help you turn your numbers around so that you’re networking at least 80% of the time and looking for work online 20% of the time to help you increase your chances of making it to the interview phase.
- Spreadsheet Template for Contacts
- Script for LinkedIn introductions
- Boolean Search Strings
Getting to the interview stage of a job search without getting an offer, is the same as a runner training for a marathon only to trip just feet away from the finish line. Interview skills are one of the most important skills we have and yet they’re the skills we rarely have the opportunity of using. Master your interviewing skills by meeting with us and we’ll show you a step by step process of preparing for your interviews. Our process helps you stay focused on listening and addressing questions asked. We also help you understand some tricks of the trade such as mirroring and body language. Whether you are completely new to the job market, re-entering the workforce or looking to advance your career, we empower you with the knowledge and skills necessary to get that job offer.
- Company Specific Interview Questions
- Mock Interviews
- Answers Recruiters are Actually Looking For