Teena Rose

Teena Rose
Teena RoseName: Teena Rose Twitter: @teenarose LinkedIn: /in/teenarose Personal Website/Blog: Resume to Referral - Writing Services Resume to Referral - Career Blog Bio: Teena Rose is a personable, professional, and yes, crafty 10-year career writer -- not your run-of-the-mill resume writer, in fact. She’s noted as a resume 2.0 strategist, understanding that today’s job-search is increasingly dominated by the next generation of job-search tools. What's your favorite career related quote? “A quality job-search approach will out-produce one of quantity.” (My Continuous Quote/Advice to Clients) What's your favorite part about being a CAREEREALISM-Approved Career Expert? One could say involvement with this program is the cake, and mixing with some of the industry’s top minds, such as Louise Fletcher, Jacqui Barrett-Poindexter and J.T. O’Donnell, is the icing. I’m honored to be invited and welcomed. Articles written by this expert: (4 Ways) Take Your Resume from Good to GREAT 6 Strategies for Surviving in a Job You HATE Women: The Interview Double-Standard 4 De-stressing Tips for Your Job Search He Says, 'I Bet it Was Easier Replacing Paula Abdul!' Don’t Take Drug Test if You Know You’ll Fail Tiger Woods: The Price of Fame — and a Bleeding Brand Your Professionally Written Resume is Tax Deductible How Social Media is Muddying the Waters for Job Seekers 5 Tips for a Safe Online Job Search The Art of Biting One’s Tongue (Interview Strategies) Say Cheese! Cover Letters Present a Candid Snapshot of You to Potential Employers What a Cover Letter Hook Might Encompass What to Avoid When Designing and Writing a Cover Letter How to Get Beyond the Gatekeepers While Job Hunting 5 Reasons Job Seekers Should Use Twitter 5 Reasons Why Recruiters Are Using Twitter for Recruitment 5 Tips to Ensuring Your Resume Produces Top Results
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