Witth over 200,000 jobs available in Tennessee, job seekers and career changers will need two things to get ready to meet that need:
#1 A Job-Winning Résumé
#2 Updated skills to meet the workforce load
If you are not sure that your resume is up to par, get a résumé evaluation from professional résumé writer and Forbes Coaches Council member, Debra Ann Matthews, M.A., JCDC, JCTC, who works with hundreds of motivated job-seekers and career changers each year. Debra Ann recommends that each job-seeker check their résumé for best practices that help interviewers and recruiters see your value.
- Be sure that your resume has a clearly defined heading which showcases your industry.
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- Add 3 to 5 lines of high-level values, accomplishments, or brand.
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- Beef up on your skills with free training that can be assessed from any America’s Job Service’s site.
Claimants have access to free online training courses through the state’s partnership with Coursera. There are over 4,000 courses from 200 businesses and universities that can prepare an individual to earn a certificate in many programs. www.tn.gov/workforce/coursera
Your résumé is no longer focused on stating your duties at work. Résumés are now expected to market your unique skills. They are a Career Marketing Campaign.
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