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Executive Branding: 3 Classic Resume Mistakes

Executive branding isn't just for social media. If you are a member of the c-suite, your resume needs branding attention too. Many executives are using outdated formats, designs, and communication styles to create resumes that are failing to do them justice. And in some cases, is hurting their executive reputation. Some of the classic executive branding resume mistakes include:
  • Writing in the third person.
  • Using too many complex, multi-syllabic words.
  • Overstating your success with subjective, flowery text.
Today's executive branding resume is formatted in a way that simplifies their expertise and draws attention to their skills through strategic design elements that creates an immediate impression. Accomplishment-driven and full of statistics that prove your experience, today's executive needs a resume that says more with less. Don't make the mistake of coming across as out-of-touch or over-the-hill with an outdated resume. Learn how to apply the latest executive branding techniques to your resume so it gets the attention and respect you want... and deserve!

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  • How social media is the “new normal” in executive branding
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It's beginning to look a like Christmas! Well, not quite yet. But if you're looking to make some extra cash during the holiday season, now is the time to begin searching as seasonal jobs are starting to be posted.

According to the website Snagajob, 27% of companies that hire employees for the holiday season begin their recruitment efforts in August. In addition, Snagajob reports that there is money to be made during the holiday season as seasonal workers earned an average of $15.40 an hour in 2018. With that in mind, here are some options to consider if you're looking for a seasonal job for the holiday season.

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