It´s time to look for a job again. I´m updating my resume, and the job experience section is getting too long for my taste, but at the same time I´m a bit wary of letting some stuff out. What should I do? [more inside]
Why in God's name, in 2015, do recruiting websites still insist that you cut-and-paste the resume you just spent dozens of hours format-tweaking into a web page that changes / strips my hard-won formatting perfection? Why can't I just upload a Word or PDF or even RTF file, the file formats everyone in the rest of the known universe uses? [more inside]
I am a web developer. I am not your web developer (yet.) Do you want to see a picture of me on my web site? [more inside]
I have sixth months until I need to look for another job. Outside of keeping my resume and LinkedIn profile up to date, what things can I do in the meanwhile to strengthen my position with recruiters and potential employers? [more inside]
I submitted my resume for a director/VP-level position with a Fortune 100 company 2 weeks ago. At a conference last week, a colleague in my industry told people that he had turned down the position. Is there anything I can or should do to indicate my continued interest? [more inside]
Where can I find information on recruiting firms? I have my resume on monster and got an email from "Management Recruiters of Chicago -Far West" (which is an independantly owned franchise of MRI Networks (http://www.mrinetwork.com/). I'd like to see how reputable they are but can't find any information. Thanks!
Who are these consulting agencies contacting me off Monster.com, and are their offers too good to be true? [more inside]