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Monthly Archives: February 2014


February 2014

Job Hopping: A New Perspective

By | February 28th, 2014|Career Advice|

If anyone has seen my own personal resume or LinkedIn profile, the first thing that comes to mind is usually that it is stellar. My experiences often dwarf that of many of my peers. The next thing that immediately pops into people’s heads is that wow, all of those experiences happened in only a few short years, what’s with all the job hopping? Indeed, what is with all the job hopping? Many people will deride you for this. In some circles they won’t even touch you, treating you like a second class citizen.  If you’re a young professional starting out, especially in the new technology ecosystem, your job history is more than likely going to include a fair bit of job hopping. Don’t worry or fret about this; instead wear your job history like a badge of honor. If you’re honest about it, and to yourself, your sordid job history can be used as a filter to help land you the job of your dreams. I am reminded of Tyrion Lannister, “Never forget what you are. The rest of the world will not. Wear it like armor, and it can never be used to hurt you.” […]

What’s Your Greatest Weakness?

By | February 28th, 2014|Interviews|

It’s one of the most feared interview questions of all time, the cause of more deer-in-headlight looks per year than anything else, the dreaded “what is your greatest weakness” question. If you’ve gained an awareness of what a job interview really is, then this question is GOLD. Answering this question correctly will put you ahead of 90% of the applicants immediately, and I’m about to tell you the secret… […]

What Can This Person Do For Me?

By | February 27th, 2014|Resumes|

This is the question on every hiring manager’s tongue when they are reading resumes. If you can adequately answer this question you will be called back for a phone interview or an in-person interview. First, I will begin by telling you how NOT to answer this question. Every person who has ever written a resume is guilty of this cardinal sin, so if you think you can skip this section you are most likely wrong. Second, I will give you a better approach to answering this question so hiring managers won’t immediately throw your resume away. Third, I will show you EXACTLY what you can do to illustrate for these hiring managers what you can do for them, making them want to bring you in straight away. […]

Baiting the Callback

By | February 22nd, 2014|Resumes|

Crafting a well received resume is inherently a user experience problem. I know this because I have spent years studying design and user experiences. When I attempted to create my first resume from scratch I immediately had more success than my peers in getting callbacks from employers. Not because my work experience was superior to my peers – it wasn’t.  But because my resume had been methodically constructed from a road map that created an exceptional user experience for my users (in this case my users were the hiring managers, human resource managers, and computer databases and search algorithms that were consuming my resume). […]

Resume Consciousness

By | February 22nd, 2014|Resumes|

I’ve written more resumes in the past three years than most people have throughout their entire careers. During that time of intense resume writing I’ve been able to hone my craft to a level beyond your average Joe who only updates their resumes when they have to (i.e. jobless or looking). Because of this I get asked to review resumes… a lot. And all of this resume reviewing has led me to one fundamental belief about all of mankind:  […]

Resumes are not Forms

By | February 19th, 2014|Resumes|

Resumes are not forms, they are user experiences. Great resumes are bespoke experiences crafted by individuals for the reader. It took me years to make this realization, but once I did it allowed me to change my thought process that surrounded job searches and take control of my employment. […]

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