Should I include a photo in my resume or not?
The short answer is “not unless they ask for it”. But there’s 1 special case where I advocate putting your photo in.
The longer and more well-thought out answer is complicated and based on qualitative variables from my own gut feel, so heads up that what I say is my own opinion and not the law of the land. Continue reading “Should I include my photo in my resume?”
Hi there, I’m confused whenever a company says they want my CV. Is that different from my resume?
Both Curriculum Vitae (CVs) and Resumes are used for job applications, and they do have some distinct differences in their definitions. But I don’t think regular Filipino workplaces make that distinction. The terms are practically interchangeable to them. There’s no point in asking for clarification if you know what sector you’re applying to. Continue reading “What’s the difference between a CV and a resume?”
I’m serious, it’s that easy; you can fix up a working version of your resume in an hour. But you have to listen to the timer and not procrastinate. Sit down with pen, paper, and laptop and be fully present for this. Preferably your laptop should just have Google open, not 1 million tabs, because those tabs will siren call you. Don’t listen to them.
If you don’t listen to this preface, then this won’t work. Yes, you’ll fix your resume, but most definitely not in 1 hour. Continue reading “How to fix your resume in 1 hour”
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Not everyone has the same opportunities, even if they’re in the same situations simply because everyone only sees what they want to see. That’s a fact I realized when the other day, 6 random people messaged me about interning. These were hardworking people, with good grades, good orgs, good everything. And yet, they were nervous, curious, and questioning me nonstop about interning. Me who has none of their good things. How did it end up like this? Continue reading “The 15 Most Frequently Asked Questions About Interning – The Border Collective”