Posts Tagged ‘Resume Service’

posted by | on Article, Blog | Comments Off on How To Get Your Resume Seen By Employers

Have you been applying for jobs in New York but have not heard back from any of them? How many jobs have you applied for recently and how many have emailed or called you back? Applying for jobs in New York is a job in itself and it can get exhausting at times. And I know how discouraging it can be, to apply for countless jobs and not hear back from any of them!

Here is the scenario: You find a job posting online, you read it and find out you would be a perfect fit for that job, you apply and wait anxiously for a response. Days have passed, weeks or even months and you never heard back from that job, as a matter of fact you haven’t heard back from any of the jobs you have applied for… This really feels discouraging. The New York job market is tough and very competitive, but if after applying for over 10 jobs you still haven’t heard back from at least one, then the problem may actually be with your resume!

It is important to have a well written, concise and straight to the point, resume. But it is also important, especially for those applying to jobs online, to have a computer optimized resume. Most companies in New York nowadays use a software scanning system, which scores your resume based on certain key words, the higher the score the higher your chances are of receiving a call back. The key words vary from job to job and can be found on the job posting itself. You need to develop a core competency or key skills section, to computer optimize your resume, which will help to improve your rankings.

If your resume has a strong professional profile section and a key skills section that has all the key words that New York employers are looking for, then you are halfway there. Make sure your resume is tailored to the jobs you wish to apply for, that it is computer optimized for those jobs and don’t forget to include accomplishments on your profile section. You need to market yourself on your resume and show them why you would be the best fit candidate for that position! Good luck to all on your job search!

Staff Writer

posted by | on Article, Blog | Comments Off on Handling Multiple Jobs

Screaming Resume Service


In an economy that grows without helping the middle and lower classes to grow, many people in New York have to juggle multiple jobs. There are also many people who are juggling multiple part time jobs because they cannot get one good paying full time job.

So for those of you who either are already juggling multiple jobs and those who are considering doing so, how do you succeed now? How do you balance your work life with your home life with multiple jobs? How do you stay on track with your long term goals while holding these various jobs?

  • What’s Your Motivation?
  • How Do You Use Technology?
  • Spend Time with the Family
  • Don’t Lose Sight of Your Dreams
  • Stay Healthy

What is your motivation? Are you working multiple jobs simply because you have to or is this means to an end? Do you have a goal that leads you to work multiple jobs until you find a way to reach that goal? Is there a position in your industry that you are shooting for but which is not available in our current economy?  Perhaps you want to work from home and juggling multiple jobs for a while is the way to get there. Be focused on where you are going. Don’t work for the paycheck alone. Even if that paycheck is why you took the second job, you will need more than that in order to stay motivated.

How do you make use of technology to assist you while you juggle multiple jobs? The more you can work from home on any of your jobs the better. It will increase the time spent with family even if you are just physically present and still working. Just be sure you keep all your jobs separate and if one company provides you with technology, like a tablet, laptop, smart phone, do not use that technology to do work for another company. It is unprofessional and unethical to do so.

You need to spend time with your family. Don’t let juggling multiple jobs take up your life or you will have no life. You need time away from all your jobs to refresh yourself and to sustain your family life. Handling multiple jobs is a very stressful endeavor so make sure you find a way to make time to refresh yourself and cut down on the stress. Being with people you love who love you is one of the very best ways to cut down on stress.

Don’t lose sight of your dreams. Stay motivated and focused on what you want down the road. If you took several jobs just to survive than keep in touch with your dreams by keeping in touch with the industry that you love while you are working other jobs. Stay current with what is going on in that industry and what the trends are.

Stay healthy. Take care of yourself. It is so easy to lose sight of what you need when you are under a lot of stress. Eat right. Sleep enough. Take time for the things you love to do. Then you will be able to deal with multiple jobs and keep your eyes on the prize.

posted by | on Article, Blog | Comments Off on Why Insurance is so Secure

The prognosticators are telling us that one of the most secure jobs in New York today and into the future, are in the insurance industry. Insurance? You mean those guys who used to go door to door like encyclopedia or vacuum salesmen? You mean those guys have the securest jobs of the future? It seems incredulous – but it is true.

The problem is we tend to think of the insurance industry in New York as insurance agents and only agents. However, there is a lot more to insurance these days than just agents and agencies. There are claims adjusters, underwriters, actuaries, software programmers and developers.

There is also a major shortage of talent in the industry and a wide open market for those who want to make insurance their career. It is projected that nearly one fourth of all those who currently work in insurance will be retired by 2018.

By 2022, the industry will need 7000 actuaries, 72,000 claims adjusters, 8,500 software programmers, developers, and underwriters according to information compiled by the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics. The industry has not exactly done a bang up job when it comes to selling itself.

Due to this, young people in their late 20’s are quickly reaching management levels. A Risk Manager for example has a challenging job with lots of responsibilities. They are responsible for making sure insured facilities are secure and safe, coverage is adequate, and can mitigate disasters.

Risk Managers also contribute to the companies’ bottom line. They are involved heavily in any new company acquisitions, helping to make sure that the buildings –old and new – are adequate and correctly insured. This brings a lot of challenges and responsibility that most do not expect to find in the “mundane” insurance field.

Realizing the growth in this field over the past few years has led many colleges and universities to offer majors in insurance programs, many of which are quite extensive. In Indiana alone, there are a couple of extremely well regarded programs in well renowned schools including Indiana State University. In addition, Butler University has 50 different insurance majors in their program. Graduates of these programs have no problems finding jobs, in fact Butler reports that their graduates typically find jobs with starting pay in the range of $50,000 and up right out of under graduate school, although many also perform internships after under graduate training.

There are only about 60 colleges and universities in the United States that offer majors in insurance fields. Demand in this industry is so high and will be for many years that it is an open field for universities and colleges to enter into as well. In addition, some colleges and universities are starting actual insurance companies run by students. These insurance companies might insure the vehicles of the school, the life of a living mascot, even liability insurance for school events might be covered.

These school based insurance programs help students get hands on experience in writing policies, performing underwriting duties and selling policies, as well as financing companies. More programs like this are needed today. So if you’re in New York and want a great challenge, in a fast growing career with the chance for advancement and a good salary, try the insurance industry.

posted by | on Article, Blog | Comments Off on Are Degrees Necessary

(By – Staff Writer)

Is That Four Year Degree Really Necessary?
As you make your way through this varied and up and down economy, you think about your children. Looking at the shrinking professional New York job market versus a friend’s daughter making great money as a fast food GM without a four year – or even a two year – degree, makes you wonder if the college route is the right one for your kids.
We have always felt that ‘bettering’ oneself meant going to college, for middle class kids in particular. It was the road to a profession complete with promotions, transfers, 401ks and long term job security. Well we now know that in this economy there is no job security. In this economy it might be more beneficial to go to work right after high school.

Who Gets the Jobs
So who is getting the jobs these days? Who has longevity and who ends up unemployed? What the data from this recovery seems to say is you get hired easily into low level jobs with or without any college education. This was happening while other fresh college grads were walking the streets and handing out hundreds of resumes. Which side would you choose?

A job today and a paycheck a week later or an 18 month or more job search and tens of thousands of college loans to pay? For too many people the choice is following our obsession with instant gratification and taking the low paying job. At least they had a job. More and more college grads began to move in this direction.

Unemployment during the Recession
During the beginning of the recession and now during the end of it, certain lower paying jobs were available when higher paying; degree requiring jobs were not available. From 2007 – 2012, the unemployment rate for college educated workers went from 3.4% to 6.5%; while the unemployment rate for the high school graduate went from 4.5% to 8.7%. (Bureau of Labor Statistics)

This data tells us that what our eyes are telling us is not true. Anecdotally it would appear that the high school graduate is the one with the better deal. The data tells us otherwise. Yes certain lower paying jobs started out safer than the expensive ones, but it was not the high school graduates who were taking these jobs.

Even this data was misleading though. Yes college grads were getting more jobs than high school grads however, many were taking jobs they were well overqualified for, part time or low paying jobs. The college grad was taking the jobs away from the entry level high school graduate.

A study by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York of federal data showed that of the fields that hire more high school grads than college grads: such as hospitality (restaurants/fast food/ hotels) and agriculture/natural resources/farming, degreed people were taking these jobs. Take a look at this data:
In the hospitality field 63% of the college grads were in jobs that don’t require a degree. This field had 4% unemployment rate from 2009 – 2011. The agricultural field had 57% of its college educated employees in jobs not requiring degrees and a 5% overall unemployment rate.
Worst of all were the fields of healthcare and engineering. Health care showed only a 3% unemployment but 75% of its college grads worked in jobs not requiring a degree, as did engineers and educators.
Lifetime Earnings
Though these statistics might seem grim for the future of the college graduates who are carrying major debt, it is not. The increasing rate of pay over the lifetime of the college grad no matter where they had to start out, far outweighs that of the hire school grad. Remember the engineers who are working in jobs that do not require a degree? Studies show they will move on into jobs better suited to their credentials as the economy recovers.
What happens over the course of the recovery is lower unemployment for those with degrees. What happens over the course of the recovery is workers with degrees increase their weekly earnings at a far greater rate than those without. In 2012 the Bureau of Labor Statistics data showed the degreed individual earning a little over $1000 per week while the high school graduate earned $650.
You can certainly see how over a lifetime of earnings, having a four year college degree is a ticket to much higher earnings than even that friend’s daughter who is a GM in the fast food industry. For one thing this GM is now locked in at her level. She might make $60,000 per year but without a degree she can go no higher. Most in her position will make $50,000 per year or $2 million over a 40 year career.
On the other hand a degreed educator might make the same unless they had an advanced degree and then they might make $3.5 million over 40 years. The Health Care worker and the engineer with only a 4 year degree can earn $2.6 million and $3.5 million respectively.
It is better to earn a degree and pay off your loans, as you will stay employed longer and over the course of time earn much more than the high school grad. It is still better to get a degree than not.

posted by | on Article, Blog | Comments Off on Hiring a Resume Writer

( – Staff Writer)

As you begin your quest for a new and better step on your career ladder, have you considered the importance and strength of your resume? Unless you are applying only within your current employer, you will need a resume that stands out among the pack. Even if you are applying within your current employer, if the department you are applying to does not know you or your HR Department requires it, you might need a resume here as well.

So you drag out your old resume from six years ago and polish it up and send it off, right?  WRONG. This would be exactly the wrong thing to do. As a hiring manager for over 25 years, I know that a six year old resume is just going to sit at the bottom of the stack on my desk, while I interview those candidates that provided me with modern resumes.

Much has changed in the resume business in six years. So much that the format, the content and the appearance have all had an upgrade. If you give me a resume that looks like resumes looked six years ago, I am going to think you don’t really want the job. I am going to think it either it does not mean that much to you or you are a lazy worker or not smart enough to know what is going on in 2014, instead of 2008.

So it is clear that you need a new resume. You cannot just recycle the old one. The next question is can you write the new one yourself or do you need a professional resume writer?

Why Hire a Professional Resume Writer

Why should you hire a professional resume writer? If your resume does not jump out of the stack of over 100 on my desk, you won’t get an interview. Are you confident you can produce a resume as good as the one a professional will produce?

  • Professional resume writers usually have Human Resources experience or managerial experience and most are experienced writers. They are experienced in looking objectively at your current resume and your experiences and bringing it up to current standards.
  • Professional resume writers are trained and experienced in identifying your skills, strengths and accomplishments and incorporating them into your resume in the best way to make them obvious to the hiring manager.
  • If you have any gaps in your resume or any periods of multiple jobs, the professional resume writer can organize these so that your best skills are presented upfront. They will make sure that the resume presents your talent and experience in a way that matches the job you are applying for are.
  • Your six year old resume that you polished up will never be internet ready. Today’s resume is not mailed or hand delivered. It is emailed, attached to an online application or posted online. If you are searching for a new job that matches your experience, then you will need keywords in your resume that line up with what you want to do. Then when a hiring manager searches for candidates, the right key words will help them find you.
  • The professional resume writer will layout and design your resume in a way that makes it catch the hiring manager’s eye without being frivolous.

How to Hire a Professional Resume Writer

  • Know what you are looking for and what it is you want from the writer. Be able to answer their questions, which mean you have put some thought into this process. What is your ideal job? What is it about a job that attracts you? What are your strengths and weaknesses as it applies to the job you want? The more information you can give the writer, the better.


  • What is their experience and background? If you are dealing with a company with multiple agents find out who is writing your resume specifically. What is their experience and how long have they been writing resumes? What is their background and education?


  • What is included in their service? Do you get multiple formats of your resume? Do you get a cover letter? References and thank you letters? Do you get a package or one resume? Know what you are paying for before you agree to pay for anything.


  • What is their success rate? How many of the resumes they write result in interviews? That is the only measure of success you can look at. The resume cannot get you the job. The resume can only get you an interview. So ask them how many resumes it takes to get one interview.


  • What is the cost? Is it a package deal with cover letters or other documents? Or is all ala carte? You just pay per piece?


So it really makes sense at times to hire a professional resume writer. The more you want the new job, the more complicated your work history, or the more important it is to present your information in a certain manner, the more you need a professional resume writer.



posted by | on Blog, Resume Advice | Comments Off on Why Your Resume Didn’t Get You an Interview

By Joni Wamer (Guest Writer)

I’ve spent well over twenty five years in management and hiring in that time I must have reviewed hundreds of resumes. Over the years the styles and formats of resumes have changed but what is important in respect to the content has not changed. I have passed over many candidates who may have been qualified and might have done a terrific job, because their resumes were not acceptable.

If you want to get the interview with New York city employers, you need to get the hiring manager to notice you through your resume. If you fill it up with a lot of empty words and catchy phrases, you can bet you will not be interviewing with me. So what is it you should not put in your resume? What should not be missing?

Leave these Out of your Resume
• Long Paragraphs – don’t format your resume like you would a cover letter. Resumes should have short, bulleted points that attract the eye and get the attention of the reviewer. The resume is not the place to tell your life story.
• Information that is too personal should never be in a resume. Don’t tell me who you are dating or even married to. There are laws about that and I’d rather not even know. It has nothing to do with your ability to do the job. Remember what I care about at this stage is the job not you.
• Do not put an Objective at the start of your resume. I know everyone has been taught to do so, but it puts limitations on what I think you can or want to do. Just leave it open.
• Your resume does not need a picture of you. This makes it look unprofessional and cutesy. Just don’t do it.
• Don’t use generic resumes. Tailor your resume to match the job you are applying for. This will capture the attention of the hiring manager and just might get you the interview. If they see hundreds of resumes, yours needs to look different from the rest.
• Don’t put references in the resume. Wait for me to ask for them.
• Don’t use a quirky, unprofessional email address. If your main email address is zombie2@aol, develop a new one that is Keep it professional at all times.
• Don’t clutter your resume with links to other sites with the exception of you web portfolio.
• Make sure you do not have any spelling and grammatical errors. Check and double check this. Don’t rely only on your device’s spell check. Check it again yourself.
• Never, ever, ever lie. Don’t say you have a Master’s Degree if you don’t. I will find out.
What Was Missing from Your Resume
• Quantitative data – I really don’t want to know what you were responsible for in your current and past employments. I want to know what you accomplished. What were your successful at? How did you either make or save your company money?
• If nothing in your resume relates to my job opening I will discard it. Tell me what your skill set is and tell me what your skill set has to do with my job.
• A link to your web page with your exceptional portfolio. Now make sure you have an exceptional portfolio.
So the next time you think you are a perfect fit for a job in New York and you don’t even get an interview, you might want to take a look at your resume. It may be your resume that is holding you back.

posted by | on Blog, Job Fair | Comments Off on December New York Job Fairs


Assemblyman Mark Gjonaj Proudly Presents the 2013 Job Fair
December 3, 2013
Bronx House
990 Pelham Parkway South
Bronx NY 104
Companies participating will be looking for full-time, part-time, and internship positions.
Please attend in professional attire and bring at least 25 resumes with you.

Career MD – Syracuse Career Fair
Tuesday, December 03, 2013
5:00 PM until 9:00 PM
The Genesee Grande
1060 East Genesee Street
Syracuse, NY 13210

Premium Job Fairs – New York City Job Fair
December 10, 2013 – 11 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Hotel Pennsylvania
401 Seventh Avenue (At 33rd St.) – New York, NY 10001

Diversity Job Fairs – Diversity / Professional Job Fair in New York, NY
Thursday, December 12, 2013
10AM to 2PM
Holiday Inn Midtown
440 W 57 Street
New York, NY 10019
(Vendor setup begins at 9AM)

Choice Career Fairs Long Island Career Fair
December 12, 2013
11:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Melville Marriott
1350 Walt Whitman Rd
Melville, NY 11747 – See more at:

posted by | on Blog | Comments Off on Resume Writing Strategies

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posted by | on Blog, Resume Advice | Comments Off on Did They Get My Resume

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posted by | on Article, Resume Advice | Comments Off on 10 Verbs for your Resume

You can improve your resume by using action words. Here are 10 Verbs that will increase interest from New York employers. READ MORE

posted by | on Blog, Resume Advice | Comments Off on Constructing Great Resumes

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posted by | on Blog, Resume Advice | Comments Off on Resume Result Statements

Do you find writing accomplishment driven statement on your resume challenging? Here is some advice on how to impress a New York employer with your accomplishments. READ MORE.

posted by | on Blog, Resume Advice | Comments Off on Objective Statements

Do you need a resume objective section? Here are some things to consider. READ MORE.

posted by | on Job Fair | Comments Off on February 2013 Job Fairs

Upcoming February 2013 Job Fairs in New York City.

Coast to Coast Long Island Job Fair
Long Island Job Fair
Monday, February 11, 2013
11:00 AM to 2:00 PM
Melville Marriott Long Island
1350 Walt Whitman Road
Melville, NY 11747

United Career Fairs Sales & Management Career Fair
New York City Area
Tuesday, February 19th, 2013 – 6pm Sharp
Radisson Martinique on Broadway
49 West 32nd Street
New York, NY 10001

Coast to Coast NYC Job Fair
Monday, February 25, 2013
11:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Radisson Martinique
49 West 32nd St
New York, NY 10001

Diversity Job Fairs – Professional Job Fair in New York, NY
Thursday, February 28, 2013
Holiday Inn Midtown
440 W 57 Street
New York, NY 10019
10AM to 2PM
(Vendor setup begins at 9AM)

posted by | on Resume Advice | Comments Off on 4 Resume Tips to Stand Out

Do you think your resume is getting lost in the crowd of New York applicants? Here are 4 ways to make your resume really stand out. READ MORE.

posted by | on Article, Resume Advice | Comments Off on The Resume of the Future

What does the future hold for the resume? Here are some possibilities. READ MORE.

Your Resume & Brand


posted by | on Article, Resume Advice | Comments Off on Your Resume & Brand

In today’s employment market, New York companies like to hiring individuals that are specialist in their selected field. What does your resume say about your personal specialized brand? READ MORE

posted by | on Article, Blog, Resume Advice | Comments Off on Resume and ATS Systems

So you’ve heard of computers scanning your resume but don’t exactly understand how it works. Here’s some deeper insight into ATS Systems. READ MORE

posted by | on Article, Blog, Resume Advice | Comments Off on Copying Online Resumes

When building your resume avoid copying information directly from online resume samples. READ MORE.

posted by | on Blog, Resume Advice | Comments Off on Resume Age Discrimination

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New York Job Fairs

Career MD Job Fair
Monday, December 03, 2012
5:00 PM until 9:00 PM
Sheraton Syracuse University Hotel & Conference Center
801 University Avenue
Syracuse, NY 13210

Choice Career Fairs
December 5, 2012
10:30 AM – 2:00 PM
Holiday Inn
440 West 57th St
New York City, NY 10019

Diversity / Professional Job Fair in New York, NY
Thursday, December 6, 2012
Affinia Manhattan Hotel
371 Seventh Ave
New York, NY 10001
10AM to 2PM

Choice Career Fairs Long Island Career Fair
December 6, 2012
10:30 AM – 2:00 PM
Melville Marriott
1350 Walt Whitman Rd
Melville, NY 11747

National Career Fairs
Wednesday, December 12, 2012
11:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Holiday Inn Midtown 57 Street
440 West 57th Street
New York, NY 10019

posted by | on Article, Blog, Resume Advice | Comments Off on Uploading your Resume Online

Are you searching for a job? Here is some advice about uploading your resume to social media websites. READ MORE

Resume Keyword Tips


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You’ve heard about computer scanning software reading resumes. Here’s some advice about how to approach a keyword strategy in your resume. READ MORE

posted by | on Article, Blog, Resume Advice | Comments Off on Get a Resume Before a Job

Do you have a current job but think a chance might be ahead? You should considering having your resume ready before you need to start searching for new work. READ MORE

posted by | on Article, Blog, Resume Advice | Comments Off on Drop your Resume Objective Section

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posted by | on Article | Comments Off on Top 8 STEM Job Opportunities

President Obama has suggested that we need to focus on the creation of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) employment. Here are 4 careers that provide some great opportunities. READ MORE

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Being late all the time is a sure way to get fired from your job. Here are 5 reasons why you don’t show up on time. READ MORE

posted by | on Article, Blog | Comments Off on Employer Needs & Wants

Are you in the middle of a New York job search? Here is some insight into what employers are really looking for in job candidates. READ MORE

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Linkedin Job Search


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Are you currently looking for a job online. Here is some advice on how to effectively use Linkedin for your job search. READ MORE

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Resume Optimizing


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Here is some advice about selecting keywords for your resume. This process will help to computer optimize your resume for scanning software. READ MORE

posted by | on Article | Comments Off on Getting your Dream Job

Are you lacking a college degree? Don’t worry you may still be able to get your dream job. Here are some tips on how you can get that dream job offer. READ MORE

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Congrats, you’ve landed a new job. Here is ten pieces of advice to get started on the right path. READ MORE

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HMS Host at John F. Kennedy International Airport Job Fair
Thursday, November 1st
Friday, November 2nd
9:00am – 1:00pm
Council for Airport Opportunities
90-04 161st Street
Jamaica, NY 11432
2nd Floor
ID is required for entry

Coast to Coast – New York Job Fair
Monday, November 5, 2012
11:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Radisson Martinique Hotel
49 West 32nd St
New York, NY 10001

JobEXPO – General / Professional Job Fair in Melville, NY
Thursday, November 8, 2012
Hilton Long Island / Huntington
598 Broad Hollow Road
Melville, NY 11747
10AM to 2PM

Coast to Coast – Long Island Job Fair
Monday, November 12, 2012
11:00 AM to 2:00 PM
Courtyard by Marriott Long Island MacArthur Airport
5000 Express Drive South
Ronkonkoma, NY 11779

National CareerFairs – Long Island Career Fair
Wednesday, November 14, 2012
11:00 AM to 2:00 PM
Melville Marriott – Long Island
1350 Old Walt Whitman Rd
Melville, NY 11747

posted by | on Article, Blog | Comments Off on Being Found By Recruiters

Are you looking for a job and your phone isn’t ringing with job offers? Here are some ways to improve your exposure to New York job recruiters. READ MORE

posted by | on Article, Resume Advice | Comments Off on Four Key Resume Components

Do you need to improve your resume? Do these four things to your resume to increase your New York job opportunities. READ MORE

posted by | on Article | Comments Off on Why You Are Unemployed

Have you been unsuccessfully applying for job after job without any luck? Perhaps you ruin your chances of getting a new job by doing one of the following five things. READ MORE