What are the key elements every resume must have? In this lesson I’ll share seven resume must-haves plus the “Mother Of All Resumes”, which is how one self-described Texas redneck talked about the resume format I’m going to share with you at the end of this video so stick around at the end I’ll tell […]

Resume Tip: How Far Back Should My Resume Go?

Ryan asked, “How far back should professional experience go? Is it acceptable to drop older positions to stay within a two-page limit?” Ryan, I’m not sure how many years of experience that you’ve been working, but let’s just say that it’s quite a bit. Let’s say it’s 20 to 30 or something of that nature. […]


Employment Gaps – Is that a Problem? A lot of nurses get married and have children, or have to look after their sick parents and as a result they may need to take time from the workforce. So If you are a nurse with employment gap and are looking to register with NMBI or NMC […]

How To Write Contact Information For Your Resume & Get Noticed

Ok, so we are at an exciting yet an important junction, where we actually start writing a resume. So, the question arises, “What should you start writing?” and “Where should you start writing”? Let’s cover these details in this video. Every resume should start with a very important piece of “identifier” information. What is this […]

Resume Writing Tips – How to Get your Resume Noticed by Employers

– Resume writing can be a daunting task for many requiring a lot of time and energy. Despite the seeming difficulty, it is absolutely important that we formulate a resume that will get noticed by prospective employers, and improve our chances of getting an interview amongst all the competition. Coming up in this video, we […]

How To Write A Resume | For Freshers & Experienced People – ANIMATED Video Series – An Introduction

Let’s start with a simple question. How many times have you heard the saying, “You need a great resume to get a great job?” Too many times, isn’t it? In fact, it’s true! According to research conducted by Ladders, an online job-matching service for professionals, recruiters spend an average of 6 seconds reviewing a resume, […]

Your Curriculum Vitae: CV Tips That Make You Stand Out

Hi you’re welcome to this short presentation where we’re going to have a look at some tips for designing a curriculum vitae that really gets you noticed. You really have to consider what you want to achieve with your curriculum vitae, your CV. well in truth it must create impact and get you noticed. You […]

How to Tailor Your Resume

Eva my second question for you is, we know that job seekers need to tailor their resume when applying for a job, and we know that they have to use some keywords from the job description so that the applicant tracking system ranked them on the top of the list, so besides that what tips […]

How to Make a Resume that Stands Out

Hey What’s up? Nothing, just sending my resume to everyone. I don’t know whats going on, no one is calling me. is this your resume? Yes, filled with all the information. Dude, why would anyone call you? Your resume looks so boring. What is so boring about this resume? It’s so black and white. I […]

Address Details – When not to add them to your resumes!

In this video I’ll show you how you can add variations of your address details so that you can display your address on one line or correctly formatted over many lines. How and why you may want to obscure your exact address details on your resume and cover letter. And when it’s a good idea […]