Betenwrite.com: 9 Top Tips for a Successful Résumé

So, you’re staring at a version of your résumé you last modified three summers ago, and you don’t know where to begin to bring it up to date? Here are nine top tips from Betenwrite for successful résumés and CVs, which you start using immediately to create an impressive professional summary you’ll be proud to submit for that dream job opening. Continue Reading

The 3 Vital Elements of a Powerful Cover Letter

Even though they’re often dismissed as passé, cover letters are still requested for most job applications. By telling one or two detailed stories, linking your background to the job, and keeping it short, you’ll have a greater chance of coming across as authentic, open, and seriously interested in the position. Continue Reading

How to Use Your Dream Employer’s Own Branding to Make Your Résumé Stand Out

Companies invest a lot of money into coming up with their brand identity, and a large part of that is imagery: the logos, colors, typefaces, and other visual elements that are used to present their brand to the world and boost recognition among their customer base. Incorporating some of this into the résumé you submit for your dream job can help you use the company’s own branding to catch the recruiter’s eye… Continue Reading

3 Techniques to Tailor Your Résumé to Any Job Offer (And Still Save Time)

You often read how important it is to avoid things like grammar mistakes and embellishments on your résumé or CV, but what about tailoring it to the job application? In the past, you may have skipped this step because of the extra work involved… Continue Reading

3 Ways to Incorporate Color in Your Résumé or CV

One of the easiest ways to give a résumé or CV a nice visual pop is to incorporate a bit of color. Since the advent of digital, all-black text on an all-white background has become outdated. But if you’re like me, a minimalist by nature who’s careful about overdoing it, you might have trouble coming up with a method for incorporating color… Continue Reading