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Archive April 2019 XX, No. 4

Staffing: Ready for Your Next Big Career Move?

When opportunity knocks, be ready to pounce on it.

Andréa Venezio

Andréa Venezio

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DREAM JOB
DREAM JOB Are you prepared for your next career move?

After years of running your busy facility, you finally decide it's time to see if the grass really is greener on the other side. Problem is, it's been so long since you've updated your resume and applied for a job, you have no idea where to start — or whether the old rules even still apply. Fear not, we've got you covered. Follow these 4 best practices, and you'll wind up where the grass is, indeed, greener.

1Make a good first impression with your resume.

Your resume won't get you the job, but it will get you the interview. The question: Will your resume get you past the inbox and in for a sit-down?

Your resume must be short, sweet and easy to skim through. Skim is the key word here. Don't force prospective employers to read through long paragraphs and a long list of bullets to get the full picture of your skills and experience.

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