Noteworthy Resume &
Career Services, LLC

Discovering your strengths

April 4, 2013

I read a great many books, take advantage of frequent training opportunities and attend industry conferences to make sure that my expertise on everything related to careers remains current. So, if you’re not familiar with how working in areas of Continue reading

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Personal branding

February 20, 2013

What do people think about you and what does that have to do with your approach to job search? I’m going to take the liberty of answering that with another question: What is the value of knowing your strengths Continue reading

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Resume pricing: a cautionary tale

November 28, 2012

More than a few of my clients have come to me by way of a prior, unhappy online experience. When you select a resume writing “service” based on a fancy website, understand that you will likely not be getting a Continue reading

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Essential executive skills

September 17, 2012

According to senior executive networking site ExecuNet, the skills most in demand in today’s top business leaders are:

1.  Ability to build and lead high-performing teams

2.  Industry-specific experience

3.  Strategy and execution leadership

4.  Functional/technical Continue reading

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No one reads cover letters….hmm?

September 6, 2012

I have read and heard this statement from time to time but my work with clients tells a different story. More and more employers ask for cover letters to accompany candidate applications, even for blue-collar positions. I write cover letters Continue reading

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What determines a good resume?

May 24, 2012

How can you know whether or not your resume passes muster? I hear many people say, “I respect my dad’s opinion and he says it is wonderful,” or “My friend is in management and does a lot of hiring, so Continue reading

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