My book, Resume Writing for Manufacturing Careers, is on Amazon. We had a few problems with the initial setup of the book, but the publisher did a great job getting everything fixed. You can now buy the book on Amazon: Resume Writing for Manufacturing Careers This book
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We had a slight problem with the storefront selling the book. We’re working on resolving it. Resume Writing for Manufacturing Careers will be available within the next few days. If you have any questions about the availability, email us at email@example.com.
My new book is now available! The book can be purchased directly from the publisher, and in the next few days, it will be available on Amazon. I am also working on getting the book into other retail channels. The website for the book is up and
My new book is just about ready to go. I’m due to receive the first printed copy today! The book, Resume Writing for Manufacturing Careers, teaches the resume writing process in a step-by-step approach. It starts with the information a job seeker needs to know in order
On Monday, I’m doing a webinar with APICS reviewing different online resources for job seekers. The focus will be on how to make your job search more effective. APICS is an organization dedicated to operations management. I’ve been a member for around 15 years and am currently
I reviewed a resume from a production supervisor today with an introduction that immediately caught my attention. When I was a recruiter, I worked on a few positions where this job seeker would have been like gold. Despite this, the writing of the introduction was actually horrible, even
Experienced professionals often struggle with deciding how many of their jobs to list and how much detail to provide for each. This can be a tough decision. On a two page resume, you won’t have enough room to write in detail about everything.
One of the greatest job search challenges people struggle with is identifying a wide range of substantive accomplishments to include on their resume. Accomplishments show what you did. Part of the difficulty lies in how companies measure performance.
Demand forecasting is the activity in a company that predicts the level of demand customers will have for a company’s products. This activity usually garners very little attention from outside the company. For most job seekers, demand forecasting is far from their thoughts, and yet,
As a job seeker, there are hundreds of skills, experiences and accomplishments you can discuss on your resume. Sustainability and environmental initiatives are just one category of priorities you can highlight. So, should you market yourself on the cutting edge of sustainable business practices?