I attended a Resume Building workshop at my local library, and I was shocked when they told me “Do not apply for jobs through Linkedin”. I mean, isn’t the point of technology to do things smarter and faster? Well here’s why they gave that recommendation and why I’m following it!
Do you apply for jobs through LinkedIn or do you visit the company’s website to apply?
When I was in college for engineering, we learned how to apply continuous improvement to solve technical problems. I love the concept of continuous improvement so I try to apply it to all aspects of my life, including my resume! Here’s how I approach updating my resume to achieve continuous improvement:
What do you apply continous improvement to?
Now that I’m a college student, I’m happy that I’m eligible for student discounts! There don’t seem to be many out there, but these two discounts saved me a bunch of money. Instead of paying about $100 per month for cable TV I now pay $11.48 per month to stream Amazon Prime and Hulu (including Showtime) content on my smart TV.
If you’ve got a .edu email address, enjoy my favorite discounts for college students:
Spotify Premium for Students (includes Hulu with Showtime)
Any other college student discounts that you’re loving?
I’m learning a lot about how to update my resume to make it the best it can be for my job search in 2018. I will admit it’s been awhile since I’ve been job searching, so I’m finding that things have changed and I have a lot to learn about how to update my resume. So as I learn I want to share these resume tips with you, because you should always be updating your resume because you never know when you’ll need it next!