I will answer questions about resumes and how to do well on an interview. I am a former employment counselor and I have owned my own resume and career counseling business since 1982.
I have over 24 years of experience in this field. One of my greatest achievements was being asked to serve on the Employment Services Committee of our local outreach. I also conduct workshops and am a guest speaker at many schools and for our local outreach.
I enjoy empowering people to help themselves so that they may obtain employment that they enjoy.
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Dear Alison: Sorry for the delay in answering. This landed in spam. What I hear you say is you are not passing the telephone interview. This seems to be the main problem. So, since I cannot actually
Sorry for the delay in answering this. It landed in spam. I'd say something like: I appear very calm and relaxed, but I have a tendency to take my work home with me, and not leave it at the office
Dear Elizabeth: Sorry for the extreme delay in answering this. It landed in spam. Yes, a cover letter should still be done and they are read. With that said, there is no hard and fast rule how
Dear Kes: It is usually expected that a candidate will take a bit of time to make a decision. With that being said, you need to be enthusiastic and appreciative. Ask for a specific amount of time
No, don't do that. That strategy always backfires. it is assumed that if you are looking for a new position, you are probably interviewing in general. The employer interprets that as you are trying