In 2013, JobMob published their Top 40+ Job Search Blog Posts. This is a great list from distinguished career experts of what other job searchers have been reading and have found helpful, all over the globe. Although it is three years later, the information still rings true. One of our latest posts is on that list: Unemployed? You Have Secret Powers!
Of course, it is an affirmation that we provide a service our readers are interested in, and that is always a good feeling. But it also shows that you are not alone in your search for employment, and that has all kinds of feelings attached to it.
– It is intimidating to realize there are so many job seekers out there
– It is encouraging to know you are not alone and have support
– It is hopeful to anticipate the results of steps you are making in your career plans
Professional Resume Services has a mission: to craft powerful, exciting, and effective resumes for every job seeker on the planet. That is a big goal, isn’t it? Maybe it will not really happen all over the planet, but it sure will happen a lot this coming year because our focus is still the same and we will be doing it one job seeker at a time. Maybe it will be in the form of a resume critique, or coaching, or a resume package. Maybe it will be in the form of this blog, encouraging and guiding along the search. Maybe it will be on Facebook, Twitter or some other social media that will take over in 2016.
See how many facets there are? Like the cuts on a diamond, each different facet of a job search is another angle that reflects the light a different way. It takes a lot of angles to make a diamond shine and sparkle, and it takes a lot of angles to make a career do the same thing. We find fascinating the similarities fascinating! All the different things you do make up who you are and what you have to offer, and a good resume is like those lights at the jeweler’s shop causing the gems to sparkle with reflections: it illuminates what you have and makes it shine.
Be sure you are shining the light on all of your strengths and getting the most out of your resume. If you need help, you now know who to contact!