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Reflections of an Executive Resume Writer
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Month: July 2009

Where the Executive Jobs Are

A recent ExecuNet poll of executive recruiters and search consultants reveals that they believe healthcare and green technology will be the industry sectors with the highest growth in executive and

Posted in Executive Job Search & Career Management, Job Market Trends, VIEW ALL POSTS

Should You List Your Street Address on Your Executive Resume?

An interesting topic has been under discussion on the NRWA’s professional resume writers forum this week: Is it advisable to list or to exclude your street address on a resume,

Posted in Executive Job Search & Career Management, Executive Resume Strategy, Online Identity, Online Job Search, VIEW ALL POSTS Tagged with: , ,

Executive Job Interview Landmines

I’ve been reading a series of articles based on research a colleague Katherine Hansen has been conducting with great interest. The data she gathered regarding executive interview peeves of hiring

Posted in Executive Job Search & Career Management, Interviewing, VIEW ALL POSTS

Don’t Date Yourself by Using Two Spaces after a Period in Your Resume!

I received the following question from an executive resume client today: “I notice the spacing after a period is one space…is that standard for resumes?” The answer to this question

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