I mean really over it.
You doing everything you know to break into a new career or new job and nothing is happening.
Sure there is LinkedIn, Twitter and even Facebook to give your networking efforts a real boost, but a successful job search starts with a successful resume.
Picture this for a moment.
You are the right fit for the job and you need to let employers and recruiters get the same impression.
Review your executive resume carefully and make sure it lives up to your target company’s expectations.
Always keep in mind that your professional resume is a career marketing document.
Your resume is both a strategic and an informational document.
Your resume should tell an exciting, compelling and concise story about your career and related achievements.
The selling of yourself and self-promotion starts from the executive resume first and then continues through out the networking, interviewing and negotiation process.
Your professional resume should cover the WHO, WHAT, WHERE, WHEN and WHY of your career journey.
Make sure that your executive resume is strategic, not just pretty.