Cover Letter

Addressing The Cover Letter Three Major Mistakes

Many professionals spend hours writing and re-writing their cover letter. With each resume submission, we tend to revise our cover letter to make sure that it is personalized for the position we are applying for. While we spend so much time on the content of the cover letter, we seem to disregard a very important and prominent area of the letter – the address line. Address Line Mistakes Most mistakes in the cover letter are made in the … [Read More...]


7 Job Hunting Tips You Should Follow

Are you a fresh graduate and planning to look for a job? Did you just recently quit your job and are looking for greener pastures? Are you unemployed and have little experience regarding ways to secure a job? Whatever your situation may be, it would be to your advantage to study the following job hunting tips: Check your resume for mistakes Before submitting your resume to a prospective employer, check your resume for corrections at least … [Read More...]


Nurse Assistant Training

Every Nurse Assistant plays a vital role in our healthcare facilities. They provide patients with assistance in regard to their basic needs including bathing, feeding, and dressing them. The level of assistance depends on the individual needs of each patient. They also are an invaluable resource for the Nursing staff. Nurse Assistants requires completion of a certificate program. Such programs are available at several medical facilities and … [Read More...]


Your Work Title Doesn’t Match Your Job Responsibilities

What To Do When Your Job Title Doesn't Match Your Job Responsibilities A friend of mine asked for my help recently in composing her resume. She works as an Office Manager for a small business. In her role, she assumes all responsibilities of an Office Manager. In addition, she partners with the company owner to set policies, works with freelancers on marketing materials, serves as a liaison between vendors and shipping service companies, and … [Read More...]