Once you realize that all of your power to capture a reader’s attention – and I’m talking about your hiring manager here, a/k/a Your Next Boss – is in the story that you tell, you’re going to view your resume differently.
It may be invisible, but the glass ceiling is real for many women in
corporate America, especially for women of color. These women reach a
certain stage in their career and their upward projection is hindered.
But as more and more women enter the corporate arena, some are finding
ways to either shatter the ceiling or get around it.
Job hunting usually isn't a pleasurable task. And going on interviews
can feel like going to the dentist. But the key to acing an interview is
being prepared --not only with your answers but also your questions to
your potential employer.