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The Pros and Cons of Infographic Resumes

As traditional means of communication continue to change and people seek information in faster, easier-to-digest ways, infographics continue to grow in importance. What does this visual demand mean for your job search? One recent resume trend has seen the typical resume format transformed into a creative visualization of the data. Read More >

Last Chance for Finance - Register Today for Diversity Recru

With Bank of America planning to cut 30,000 jobs over the next few years, the need for job creation in financial services has become even more important than ever before. And on Friday, September 23, 2011, Vault.com will bring hiring in finance to the forefront when it presents its first Financial Services Diversity Recruiting Expo at the Eventi Hotel in New York City. Read More >

5 Things to Consider Before Changing Firms

by Kristine Schoonmaker, MyConsultingLife.ComI was asked a great question recently by someone in my New Consultant Boot Camp:If you accept a position with a firm that with a very specific niche focus - and you realize you don't like the work - what's the best thing to do for my career?   Should I switch to a generalist firm immediately or work there for a couple years?"It's a great question, with a not-so-simple answer. Read More >

4 Ways to Write a More Effective Resume

It's not a shock to let everyone know that the job market remains highly competitive. With no net jobs reported in August 2011, finding one is literally like finding a needle in a haystack. For job seekers, it's important to have an updated resume that not only helps them stand out from the crowd, but highlights their talents to ensure they land the best possible position.  Here are four quick tips for making your old resume stand out better:1. Read More >

Career Coaches Provide Quick Tips to Help with the Job Searc

Many job seekers may find themselves searching for work online for hours at a time, but there are a few quick things candidates can do to enhance their search and utilize their time to the best of their ability.1. Look for your online profileWhile it makes perfect sense to search a company's profile page on Vault.com or its own webpage to see if it is hiring, many job seekers may not take the time to actually look on the internet to see what happens when they plug in their name. Read More >

Tips for Getting Back On Your Feet After a Layoff

It appears August 2011 will go down as the worst month since September 2010 when it comes to job creation.  The bad news: no net jobs were created and the unemployment rate stays the same at 9.1%.  The good news: no net layoffs were reported and the unemployment rate stays at 9.1%. Read More >

Combating Age Bias During the Job Search

In today's competitive job market, many older job seekers fear that their years of experience won't help them land the perfect position, and one recent study proves they have cause for concern.In an attempt to measure possible age discrimination, the Sloan Center on Aging & Work at Boston College sent resumes with different ages out to 4,000 companies in Massachusetts and Florida. Read More >

Questions to Ask Before Writing a Cover Letter

Don't believe the myth - cover letters are still important in your job search.  A good cover letter is your one chance to make an impact when applying for a job opening.  If your cover letter is terrible, then chances are that your resume won't even be seen.  But writing a cover letter is hard.  There is the possibility that you will write too much or too little.  And the opportunities for mistakes are high. Read More >

The College Student's Guide to a Winning Resume

By Deborah FedericoGone in sixty seconds. Recruiters spend less than a minute reviewing your resume. With a stack of resumes to review, recruiters naturally want to make their workload easier, tossing bad resumes right off the bat.  Reasons for your resume to be quickly tossed into the "No" pile: Typos, misspellings, mismatched fonts, a sloppy appearance.  Even a resume that's too text heavy or runs onto two pages will get thrown into the discard pile. Read More >

Vault Career Services Experts

Liz Colodny Liz has over 25 years of organizational experience in talent acquisition, human resource consulting and career transition coaching. She has been relied upon by senior executives to lead staffing and recruitment at the VP/Director levels in financial services, professional and information services, manufacturing and the non-profit sector. Read More >

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