Your resume is not about you. It’s about ME, the hiring manager. If I move your resume through the stack, I am attaching my reputation to yours. I am being judged in large part by my hires. Don’t ever forget that. When I am looking at a resume, cover letter and portfolio, I am not looking at what you’ve done. Frankly, I don’t care.
What I care about is how what you have done translates into what you will DO if I hire you. Big difference. I have always tried to encourage job hopefuls to try to view the search from the perspective of the person doing the hiring. –Tim Stephens, dynamicsofwriting.com
No results found for "officer on leave after video allegedly shows him pulling gun on unar...
Physics simulation demo: crate made up of mostly loose boards. #Blender3d #design #practic...
Broken on Purpose: Why Getting It Wrong Pays More Than Getting It Right
Wet Book Rescue
What Does the Demise of Cursive Mean?
Happy memories of PC games I played with my son (now 19) sitting on my lap.