The job hunt is overwhelming — and you're not alone. Although there's no blueprint for landing a job, there are things you can do to better set yourself up to stand out to recruiters and find a job that suits you.
You always run a spelling and grammar check twice on your cover letters before sending them off. You would never (and we mean never) use a template cover letter. Those are the basics, but we’d like to let you in on some unexpected things to check before sending off that cover
As part of FindSpark’s national career conference, Find & Follow Your Passion, recruiters from top NYC companies shared their secrets for the job hunt. Panel included reps from HBO, VaynerMedia, Siegel + Gale, Rent the Runway, and Intent Media Inc.
Your resume and cover letter are designed to get you an interview. In today’s competitive market, especially in creative fields, recruiters are receiving thousands of applications for a position. That may sound a little discouraging, but on Wednesday, July 17th, recruiters from CBS News, NBC Sports, L’Oreal, Nielsen, and Wix joined
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Recruiters spend, on average, about six seconds looking at a resume. An unimpressive resume and cover letter often mean the difference between landing an interview or getting left behind. Just how to write these documents is a subject not taught at school, but thankfully, you’ve got us.