Job vs. Work?
Experience vs. Skills?
How do you choose the best words to use on your resume?
Grammar checker Grammarly looked at 500 job postings, and then examined the language those companies used to express their hiring priorities. What did they learn?
The words that companies use in their job listings can convey the companies’ values and the type of employee they’re looking for.
Knowing that can be a big plus when you’re crafting your resume and cover letter.
Take a look at the infographic. You may find your resume is ready for an update.
Sharon Epstein is owner of First Impressions College Consulting in Redding, Connecticut. A Writers Guild Award-winner and two-time Emmy nominee, Sharon teaches students how to write memorable college application essays, write outstanding resumes, and master interview skills. She works with students everywhere: in-person, by phone, Skype and email. Visit her website for more information and connect on Google+, Pinterest and Twitter.