Monday, December 27, 2010

Trends in Resumes and Career Marketing Communications

Where is the resume field headed? Get some insights on "Trends in Resumes & Career Marketing Communications" from Career Thought Leaders Deb Dib and Louise Kursmark.

I've been a resume writer since 1996. Certainly, a lot of things have changed in the careers industry during that time -- and things will continue to change in the future. But the need to assist job seekers with clarifying their job search goals and strategies and developing messaging content to fulfill that role will continue to be needed, both now and well into the future.

But even with changes in technology, the job search is still fundamentally about people. Connecting with the people with the authority to hire you. (There's a resurgent interest in networking -- both with and without social media -- which is interesting, because it's always been about connecting with other people.)


  1. I used to be a resume writer but things got out of hand when my left thumb was cut by a knife. A friend of mine accidentally cut it when we were peeling a ripe mango in our picnic sessions. I got frustrated because I write in my left hand but because of my situation I need to practice writing in my right hand.

    It's very difficult but I need to get back on my normal life. World will not stop just because I experienced this.

    I know I can do it again and be back to once I was before - a resume writer.