Putting Things On Your Executive Resume That Will Actually Hold Weight And Not Weight You Down

How many of you have heard the term holding weight? Whenever you hear this term it can be quite confusing at first because you don't know how it applies. But when it comes to creating written material such as an executive resume holding weight simply means that a certain term or phrase you have used... [More]

What You Need To Sell The Most On Your Executive Resume, Continued

Secondly you will need to list accomplishments, and not only list them but you would need to map out what they might mean for the company you are trying to apply for now. Even though this may seem like what I've just mentioned before it is different. What you are trying to do on your executive resum... [More]

What You Need To Sell The Most On Your Executive Resume More Then Anything Else

Now applying for an executive position is very tough along with competitive. It is understandable that anybody who is putting in an executive resume is constantly going to question whether they are doing it right and whether they have missed something. But these are things you shouldn't be worrying ... [More]

Top 10 Executive Resume Writing Tips

If you're thinking of applying for an executive position, then you should know that you are applying for a coveted 100k+ job, and as such you need to be well prepared. Part of being prepared is having a good resume, and we're not talking about a basic resume that you would put together for a retail ... [More]

Another 5 Top Executive Resume Mistakes

Here is the second part of our article about executive resume writing mistakes: · Too long At most, your resume should be two pages long, and should be written as tightly as possible. · Too much extraneous information "Bullet" format is fine, and in fact is preferable w... [More]

Top 10 Executive Resume Mistakes

In this job market, it's already tough to find a job; however, if you're sending out resumes and aren't getting any responses back, it could be that's your resume writing that's at fault. Don't misunderstand; it is indeed a tough job market, but you still need a stellar executive resume -- now more ... [More]

Executive Resume Writing Don'ts

The don'ts include restricting your resume to one page. Let your experience and skill sets speak for themselves and give them as much room as possible. Also, don't use a template. Everyone uses a template and you don't want your resume to look like every other applicant's. That's a good way to find... [More]

Executive Resume Writing Don’ts

Be vague. Employers will see the generic style of your resume as a lack of commitment and effort on your part to give them what they need. Try to write your own executive resume unless you’ve had training or experience in the field of resume writing. Give unnecessary information. A job lis... [More]

Executive Resume Writing Myths

If you're considering applying for jobs at the executive level, the process can get pretty complex in no time. However, as long as you are ready and knowledgeable, you can prepare an executive resume that will get you the job that you want. Unfortunately, there is a lot of misinformation and myths r... [More]

Executive Resume

Writing an executive resume is a big deal, and should be treated that way. When applying for jobs at this level, you need to take every precaution to make sure you are doing what’s needed to land the job. This implies taking the time and effort needed to make sure that your executive resume is... [More]