Make the Most of Your Personal Statement by Answering These 3 Questions

Résumé personal statements usually follow one of three formats: objectives, “about me” intros, or a combination of the two. They usually occupy the second section of your résumé or CV, following your name and contact details. A personal statement allows you to address the hiring company’s baseline concerns. But it also gives you a voice and a personality, reminding the reader there’s actually a person behind the résumé.

3 Techniques to Tailor Your Résumé to Any Job Offer (And Still Save Time)

You often read how important it is to avoid things like grammar mistakes and embellishments on your résumé or CV, but what about tailoring it to the job application? In the past, you may have skipped this step because of the extra work involved. The good news is once you’ve put the right method in place, tailoring your résumé becomes a lot less complicated than you’d expect. In this article, I’m sharing three techniques you can use to tailor your résumé to any job opening and still save time in the process.

How to Create a Full-Page CV or Résumé With Limited Experience

There are several reasons why, at different points in our working lives, we might struggle to come up with a full-page résumé. Maybe you’ve switched careers and you want to focus on relevant or recent experience only; perhaps you’ve been working for a couple of decades by now at the same company and it would look silly to include details about odd jobs you held back in college; or, if it’s your very first résumé, you’re probably working with a finite amount of background information.