June 21, 2017

Resume Content Tips

Recruiters don’t give your resume much time to impress. According to Time magazine, recruiters spend only six seconds looking at a candidate’s resume before making their decision about your application. That’s why it’s so important to craft an effective resume that’s concise, well-structured, and impactful. Here, we’ll give you five tips to ensure your resume is interview-worthy. Follow the standard […]
December 21, 2015

Career Moves Gives Back

For 15 years, Career Moves has believed in supporting as many charitable organizations as possible.  Below are some of the charities that we financially supported in 2015: Connecticut Chapter – Multiple Sclerosis Society Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Knights of Columbus Petit Family Foundation Kenneth Joyce Foundation Allies in Hope – St. Jude Hospital The USO – Supporting Military Service Members […]
February 4, 2015

Career Moves Gives Back

Since our inception in 2000, we have had a strong commitment of giving back.  In 2014, Career Moves, LLC made contributions to the following charitable organizations: 1) Allies in Hope, Inc. 2) Dana Farber Cancer Institute 3) Foodshare 4) Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation 5) Leukemia Lymphoma Society 6) Petit Family Foundation 7) St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital 8) The ALS […]
January 21, 2015

5 Questions Candidates Should Ask a Potential Employer

From the candidates’s perspective, one of the most important aspects of preparing for an interview is to have some well thought out questions to ask the potential employer.  Here are 5 “must ask” questions: 1) When you think about top performing employees at the company, what are some of the common characteristics that they have? Carefully listen to the hiring […]
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