By Steve Currier, Job Development at Operation ABLE
Are you looking to get back into the workforce after retirement or interested in switching careers? If so, then writing a strong resume is a perfect way to display your skills and experience to potential employers. A resume is often the first impression a potential employer has of you and it can show that you have what it takes to excel in your desired field.
References are Often an Afterthought
by Stephanie Legatos / Career and Job Coach
You know you need a list of references, and every potential employer expects you to have this. However, many people use – and have used – the same people over and over. I think about references as parallel to 360⁰ assessments: use a variety of people who can support your candidacy from different perspectives.