You work hard and you want to make sure that your efforts are paying off. At the same time, you want to make sure that you are identified as a good employee and be recognized for your professionalism, skills, and other important characteristics.
Here are five brief resume tips I provided to an experienced business professional. Since some areas of the resume that needed revision would apply to many mid-level job seekers, I would like to share these brief reminders with you:
Pay is only part of the compensation you will earn working for the Federal Government. The Federal Government offers a broad array of benefits programs and family friendly flexibilities to meet the needs of you and your family. Here are some highlights. Look for additional information along with links to pages that spell out the details below.
Entry-level jobs are plentiful in all industries, but in a select few they can be found in abundance.
Jobs in retail, finance, hospitality, leisure, and food service have many entry-level opportunities. For example many who want to become a chef start as a sous chef in restaurants, cutting and stirring and preparing food for final presentation.
With an aging population and new innovations in medical diagnosis and treatment, healthcare jobs are growing faster than in any other field. An aging population needs more health services while healthcare innovations increase the use of medications and the demand for treatment facilities.
You may feel stuck in the career you are in which does not seem to be moving anywhere. There is may be no sight of a promotion; and as if to rub salt into your wounds, there may also appear to be people who move fast up the career ladder.