When it comes to your resume, many of us either over analyze every word or tend to not give it much thought. Whether you tend to live at one spectrum or the other, either strategy can actually be detrimental to landing that next interview. Let’s find some middle ground, shall we.
As in the construction and transportation industries, the manufacturing sector is experiencing an ever increasing skills gap which is ultimately resulting in millions of jobs potentially going unfilled in the next 10+ years. What seems to be causing this growing issue and what can be done about it?
As bad as it can feel to get laid off, it doesn’t have to be the end of the world. How you handle yourself personally and professionally in these types of situations can help pave the way for any future opportunities and help to build a more solid foundation moving forward.
Whether you are entering the job market for the first time or are a seasoned employee seeking a new career path, the idea of a job interview can be a little intimidating. This can be especially true for those of you who are particularly excited about making that next move.