Some of the most over-used phrases on resumes include “highly qualified,” “hard worker” and “team player,” along with several others.
When writing your resume, what’s your ultimate goal? To get a job? Your resume is just one of many steps you may take toward getting an insurance job.
If you ever feel like your part-time retail experience won’t impress a potential employer, chances are you’re missing a huge opportunity.
A career coach provides tips for writing an effective mining resume to apply for student and entry level jobs in the mining industry.
When you don’t hear back from employers after applying, it’s hard to know what needs improvement.
Information Designer Cheryl Ticne has developed her own infographic resume and has been testing the efficiency of this tool in the workforce.
When writing a resume for a student or entry level marketing job, think of yourself as the product you’re trying to sell.
If you’re looking to enter the sales industry, your first task will be effectively “selling yourself” in your resume.
We asked our Twitter followers: Have you updated your resume lately? Share some tips with your fellow TalentEgg-ers!
This week’s Student Group of the Week is the BCIT Human Resources Association!
Molson Coors recruiters answered questions about careers at Molson Coors, and provided advice for students and recent grads.
Krista Root, Recruitment Specialist in the Human Resources department at The Scarborough Hospital, shares application and interview tips for students and grads.