Your resume is your first opportunity to make a good impression with hiring managers. But how can you create a document that makes you stand out from the crowd? Get expert insight from Robert Half recruiters that can help you write an attention-grabbing resume and cover letter. Learn what information employers look for, how to present your skills and experience in the best possible light, and what mistakes are most common.
Writing a Resume
Make a Personal Branding Statement for Your Finance Job Search
Making a personal branding statement that covers more than your accounting skills may be the best way to find success in your finance job search.
Administrative Resume: 6 Ways to Make Yours Shine
A single job posting can unleash a flood of resumes to the hiring manager — alongside yours. If you really want a new administrative position, you have to make sure your submission floats to the top.
The Seven Deadly (Resume) Sins: Top Resume Mistakes to Avoid
Despite all the warnings from employers, recruiters and countless career experts, some job seekers still don't think strategically (or type carefully) when writing their resumes. Here are some resume mistakes to avoid at all costs.
Your Top IT Resume Questions Answered
IT pros are in demand, but to land the best possible position, you still have to write the best possible IT resume for the job. Check out our answers to the most common questions about writing great IT resumes.
Verbs Before Blurbs on Your Creative Resume
From one creative resume to the next, employers often come across the same statement from job candidates: “I am an effective team player.” The hiring manager yawns and thinks, “Big deal. Who isn’t?” But you swear, you really are an effective team player! Well, of course you are. The problem is that using the same tired terms on your resume as every other applicant does you no good. Read how choosing the right words can help you set yourself apart.