When you're looking for a new job, your resume is your calling card. It's often the first time a potential employer gets to meet you. Obviously, you want to make a good first impression. This means you don't want a resume that leaves potential employers shaking their heads.
Many job seekers mistakenly believe that because corporations and organizations are closing their headquarters for the holidays, they are suspending their search for candidates for jobs they posted a month ago. Nothing could be further from the truth!
At one point or another, we're probably all guilty of declaring ourselves to New Year's resolutions with full enthusiasm, only to fail miserably by the end of January. What exactly occurs in those four weeks that leads us from one extreme to another?