Is Your Career Value A Secret?

Bewildered employers often receive résumés with experience, but no identity.  Speaking as a former manager, there is not much time spent sifting through a person’s credentials to see if his or her featured skills are transferable to my open position.

Frustrating for you? Yes.

It’s frustrating for the employer if there are 100 other resumes that make the same attempt.

Job seekers generally under value themselves because they do not reveal their super powers at every opportunity. It’s not just the résumé either, it is woven throughout the entire presentation whether in his or her first contact with the employer, the phone call to follow-up on an application, the Linked In profile and any other social profile that is out on the Internet.

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 Is Your Career Value A Secret?

About Mark Anthony Dyson

I am a Career Consultant, Host & Producer of "The Voice of Job Seekers podcast, and Founder of the blog by the same name. I help and inspire unemployed, underemployed, and under-appreciated job seekers by finding and creating a voice to be heard by heard employers. I see too many voice-less resumes, cover letters, LinkedIn profiles, and other attempts people attempt to market themselves. In addition to the awards, my advice has appeared in major career sites such as AOL Jobs, You Tern, CAREEREALISM, Come Recommended, and Brazen Careerist. Your Voice. Your Brand. Your next opportunity is waiting to hear from you.