Consulting the expertise of a Career Specialist makes sense – because you are actually investing in yourself and your future.
Employers/recruiters can assess hundreds of applications for a single position – what worked on a Resume to secure an interview in the past, might not work now.
The pandemic has changed our working world, and while some employers are offering greater flexibility of working conditions to keep/attract their workers, you have to actually get the job first before you can benefit.
Effectively presenting yourself on paper and in person are still steps that must happen to secure that role – and it is very competitive.
That’s why consulting the expertise of Anne makes sense – you are an expert in what you do, and so is she.
Whether it be as a one-off encounter or a more long-term relationship that you can build with Anne, her guidance, experience and expertise gives you your best opportunity to shine.
A professional resume is a marketing document that is professionally written by a HR, recruitment and strategic career specialist and expert, so that it markets your talents, skills, attributes and capabilties to your best advantage relevant to the job you are applying for.
Resumes in the 21st Century are simply the single most important marketing document you will ever own, and are targeted toward a specific job to maximise your chance of success, as a recruiter needs to be able to immediately place you in their role with information relevant to the job they are recruiting for, so a generic one size fits all doesn’t cut it today.
It is quite common now to change career direction a few times during your lifetime, whereas in the past it was common to have just one job for life!
Sometimes it is difficult to know what you want to do, all you know is what you don’t want to do.
The pandemic has really allowed us to think about our working life and what we want out of it.
Losing a job and/or not being able to secure a new one in this current climate, affects our wellbeing in many ways, in addition to our obvious financial stress!
It can change the way we feel about ourselves, destroy our confidence and our feelings of worth. It can also interfere with how we move ourselves forward, particularly when we may have been chosen to go and others are chosen to stay.
While we might feel that we are not “depressed” where we have trouble functioning on a daily basis, we may not also realise how this forced “time out” has affected us.
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