Whether you are just getting into the job market again after a long time
at one position or you are pushing forward with a job hunt that feels
like it has lasted forever, updating your resume can be the key to
landing the job you deserve. Your resume makes the first impression with
a potential employer, so you want it to accurately reflect your most
recent experience and show that you are the best candidate for the job.
Update your resume in a way that highlights your recent accomplishments,
which are what employers often look for first.
As you launch into the New Year, one of the most common things to do is
to spend some time evaluating what you can do to improve your life in
the coming year. One of the major things people identify is changing how
they earn a living. Given the economic situation, changing careers in
2012 won't be easy, but it can launch you in a new direction that will
improve your life for many years to come. Follow these three tips to
successfully change your career in 2012.
A recent study by Corporate Counsel Women of Color (CCWC) discovered a
growing trend in women of color leaving law firms to work as corporate
counsels. Titled “The Perspectives of Women of Color Attorneys in
Corporate Legal Departments,” the study surveyed more than 1,300
African-American, Hispanic, Asian-American and Native American female