80% of Resumes FAIL Within 11 Seconds!
Yes, it's true.
Sheila Musgrove, an award-winning Canadian recruitment firm owner has decoded what makes a resume kick-ass and how the hell you can get through an interview without having a rambling, out of body experience.
You'll learn step-by-step how to write a shiny new resume filled with sexy results. Yes, you read that right! Sexy results will get your phone ringing for interviews for your new zippy gig.
Hundreds of Sheila's Insider Secrets are revealed including:
· 6 Surprising Things on Your Resume that Get ZERO Attention in the First 11 Seconds
· Applying via Email: 3 Critical Mistakes
· 2 BIG "Must-do's" to Prepare for Your Job Interview
· How to Handle those DREADED, "Tell me about a time..." questions
· 7 Smart Interview Questions for You to Ask
· Follow Up: The One Thing You Can Do That NO ONE Else is Doing
· How to Leverage Social Media in Your Job Search
· How to Resign Like a Pro: 5 Rules for Breaking Up Professionally
· You've Got the Gig: 10 BIG Things to Consider
PLUS: Insider tips from TOP Executives & Celebrities that'll give you a HUGE advantage in your job search!
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About the Author
Sheila Musgrove started TAG Recruitment in 2005 with an IKEA desk, bargain website, and a computer monitor as big as a fish tank. TAG has grown into a thriving multimillion dollar organization with a strong reputation for finding stellar talent-all from an uber funky office, with a disco ball and a gong.
Her mantra is "some is good - more is better," which applies to running, the amount of jewelry worn, heel height and laughter. She loves all things that sparkle and really thinks that she's a lot taller than she is! Yes, she can run quite easily in heels and recently completed her first half marathon (in runners) with more races to come.
She received her BA from the University of Calgary.
Sheila has received numerous awards for TAG's fast growth and recognition as one of Canada's top women entrepreneurs as profiled in PROFIT, Chatelaine and Alberta Venture magazines.