Best 28 of Resume quotes - MyQuotes
Beware of relying solely on a resume to hire; skills can be taught. What cannot be taught is a great “can do” attitude.
One of the great things about LinkedIn is it isn’t the same kind of networking that happens at conventions, where you’re wearing a name tag, trying to meet strangers, and awkwardly attempting to make small talk. LinkedIn is networking without the pressure.
Write like you speak with the 'rhythms of human speech,' as William Zinsser said, and in as few words as possible. Use action verbs to carry water.
Sharad Vivek Sagar
Be a Person. Not a Resumé.
Show me your resume and I will tell you what occupational diseases you may have.
Make sure your LinkedIn profile has a targeted headline. Not only should the headline clearly state your career focus, it’s also the most important place to add a keyword or two, because this influences how you appear in search results
Take the path less traveled and learn from your mistakes. Don’t just let life happen around you; control your future. Learn to ask questions, set small goals, and dream of big ones. Absorb any criticism and let it fuel you. Convince others that you are worthy of your dream, and show them that you are willing to put up a damn good fight for it.
To make a simple change of a typeface can instantly transform text which had the appearance and tone of a joyous announcement to suddenly convey that of a somber tragedy.
The way to be irreplaceable is to become a social innovator. Start projects that motivate you to save the world and simultaneously make you money (and create mindshare) for your company. Social innovation makes magic happen.
Your LinkedIn profile must include keywords for specific skills that match your desired job.
Contradictions, in any communication, are the first stepping stones of mistrust
we are entering an age where speed, flexibility, innovation and execution matter much more than decades-old qualifications or antiquated experiences dressing up a lengthy resume.
Your LinkedIn profile must be consistent with how you portray yourself elsewhere. Not only should your official résumé match the experience you list on LinkedIn, but it also should be consistent with Twitter and public Facebook information.
No one creates a perfect resume on their first try.
Not every single broke and unemployed person needs a job; some need customers.
As an employee, you should realize that having the Mauna Kea Observatories (MKO) on your resume may alert future employers that you may have High Altitude Observatory Disease (HAOD) and they may not hire you.
Your LinkedIn profile should leave no room for doubt about the kind of job you’re looking for and why you’re the best person for that position.
Your education is important because with only a few words you can show an employer the depth of your potential.
Whatever you do, don't wait to start those dreams.
No one creates a perfect resume on their first try. Writing a perfect resume is a messy process, but the easiest way to start is by simply getting in the right mindset and putting pen to paper.
Action is the spark that ignites potential.
The resume focuses on you and the past. The cover letter focuses on the employer and the future. Tell the hiring professional what you can do to benefit the organization in the future. (12)
I hand him the single greatest work of fiction known to man: my resume.
It is important to realize that having Mauna Kea Observatories (MKO) on your resume is not a good thing.
His undeniably impressive resume might as well have said he designed an updated swastika for the modern Neo-Nazi, the way brick walls had been put up around his entire field of work.
It's not about how smart you are--it's about capturing minds.
Reading is the noblest of all the hobbies, that is why people mention it so frequently in their resume even if they don't read much.
I don't understand this irony - valuable things like cars, gold, diamond are made up of hard materials but most valuable things like money, contracts and books are made up of soft paper.