Posts Tagged ‘Resume’

What Does Your Resume Need To Say

Thursday, February 7th, 2013

What Does Your Resume Need To Say

Creating, and maintaining a well structured, easy to read resume is the route to getting your dream job and lifestyle. What goes on your resume, is of course, up to you, however, certain things can help give you that advantage when it comes to finding a job or entering the college or university you want to study at.

Choosing what degree to study is something that can be the basic foundation of a strong resume, showing dedication and specialization in your selected career. To enable you to pursue a high paying job, ideally straight out from college, you will want to look at potentially doing degree’s that will allow you to become a Lawyer, Doctor (medical or scientific) or an IT Specialist to name just a few, more job possibilities for after graduation jobs can be found here, along with associated degree’s that will allow you to get into the mentioned jobs. (more…)

Many Positions, Many Resumes

Wednesday, February 11th, 2009
Many Positions, Many Resumes

Hier Me

One of the first things we can suggest is to speak to the employer or recruiters requirements you may need to build different sites and different resumes.

This is OK and encouraged so that you can speak more effectively to the needs and wants of various job postings. If you are a sales and marketing candidate, for example, and would like a career in either or both, you could have up to 3 different online career spaces (just make sure to name them differently to avoid confusion). You could have one that speaks about your sales expertise, one that speaks to your marketing prowess and a third that is a hybrid between them both.

If you already have a few career spaces, you need to be sure that your resume is read as intended by everyone you send it to. (more…)

Welcome to MyOnlineCareerSpace.com

Tuesday, February 10th, 2009

Welcome to MyOnlineCareerSpace.com!!!

Today, employers and recruiters are increasingly going online to do additional research on potential job candidates. What are they going to find when they Google your name?

Get started using MyOnlineCareerSpace and define yourself above the rest to that prospective employer.

Find the best employment for yourself using the newest job search website MyOnlineCareerSpace.

MOCS is the future for the job seeker.

We are a consistently attempting to improve ourselves, the site, and the job seeking experience. If you have ideas, email us at info@MyOnlineCareerSpace.com

Cheers!

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