March 21, 2018

Should I pack my resume with buzzwords?

Buzzwords are popular because, at least for a while, they help job seekers convey a specific message about themselves and their goals. But when they become too popular, they lose their meaning altogether. This is when they become buzzwords, when they are used too often to be relevant. For the past six years, LinkedIn has surveyed which buzzwords were the most […]
February 19, 2018

Tailor Your Resume to the Job

Wondering about how to best tailor your resume? Here are four of our top tips: 1. Tell the most compelling story about yourself first. Rather than waiting to describe your most persuasive skills until later in your resume, move them to the very beginning. While sometimes this will mean starting your resume with “Work Experience,” you could also begin it […]
January 18, 2018

Should Your Current Company be Your Last?

According to Harvard Business Review, most employees who quit their jobs do so either because they feel that they are not as successful as their peers, or because they aren’t in the career position they expected. Judging your career position — how far you’ve come and how much further you can go — isn’t easy. To help, we’ve compiled four ways […]
December 18, 2017

Career Moves Gives Back

Career Moves strongly believes in supporting as many charitable organizations as possible.  In 2017, we donated money to the following organizations: Paralyzed Veterans of America USO (supports military families) Wounded Warriors Project St. Jude Hospital Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Special Olympics Petit Family Foundation Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals Ryan’s Circle of Giving United Sydney Association Allies in Hope Friedrich’s Ataxia […]