The year is coming to a close and it could be time to beef up your resume and make sure it’s up to date and ready to go. Here are some helpful tips to make your resume stand out! Format Format Format It is really important to make your resume easy to read. Make sure… Read More »
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Job pool… or Job Puddle?
According to the U.S. bureau of labor statistics, job opportunities rose 431,000 in March 2022, and the unemployment rate declined to 3.6 percent. With the number of jobs increasing and unemployment rates decreasing, you may be asking yourself, “Why is it still difficult finding a quality candidate?” The job pool may look appealing but in… Read More »
Helpful Tips on Writing a Winning Resume
Creating a resume can be a daunting task and sometimes lead you to be overwhelmed. It may lead you to start googling resume template ideas. Don’t get carried away with the options that are available. (Tip: MS Word has templates that are great picks.) Create a resume that any employer will be able to quickly… Read More »
More Good Advice on Job Searching – and Getting the Interview
In an article titled “Job Hunting in the Digital Age” in this morning’s New York Times, recruiters, a VP at Indeed and a job hunter who learned lessons the hard way offer up some good advice for job hunters – advice that’s very relevant to job seekers in escrow, title and mortgage. The advice is spot-on:… Read More »
What Do Escrow and Title Employers Look for on a Resume?
What do our title, escrow, mortgage, homebuilder and real estate office clients look for when deciding who to interview and who to hire? What do our clients grill us about when choosing between candidates? I was surprised to see just how well our A Team “Must Have” list lined up with the list… Read More »