Everyone has a résumé to show to their prospective employers.
So how can you stand out from the crowd?
By Lim Yan Wen
So you’re done with school and can’t wait to step into the working world. But before you jump right into the life of a working adult, you should prep yourself up for the tough process of getting that desired job. Here’s a look at how to equip yourself with the proper knowledge of writing a solid resume and cover letter and take your first step into getting your dream job!
By Leona Ang
So you've finally completed your last exam, and it's now time to make the transition from student to working adult, but are you prepared for it? Some of you may dread it, whereas others may welcome the change. Whatever the case, we believe you should be well-prepared. A brief look at the fundamentals of effective resume writing and some of the most common dos & don'ts will paint a clearer picture and help you jumpstart your job search.
By LEANNE LIM
So you have written up a fantastic resume and it has been proof-read and refined many times over. And you are now ready to email or print many copies of it and mail it out in response to all the job advertisements you are interested in. Wait a minute, about the cover letter?
BY LIM DER SHING
A resume enables you to bypass physical security checks or electronic authentication and helps you gain the initial entry into the organisation for which you wish to work. When it eventually lands on the computer or desk of your potential employer among hundreds of other resumes, it becomes your first important chance to communicate your worth to the organisation.
BY ADELINE CHUNG
Many people either underestimate or get scared at the work that goes into a great resume and cover letter. However, the steps are simple and worhtwhile. Career central looks at ways to write a kickass resume and cover letter to give a truly winning first impression of you and nail that dream job.
By Joshua Rayan
A résumé can make or break your bid for that dream position. We take you through some of the good and bad points on composing what could be your professional masterpiece.
By Nazry Bahrawi
When it comes to job applications, a bidder’s most potent document is his or her résumé. It will be your best friend if it is crafted properly, and your worst enemy when it is haphazardly written. Even experienced jobseekers may need to review their “masterpiece” from time-to-time. The following point-by-point tips can help to enhance your chances during a job application, and serve as a guideline to how you should update your résumé...