Best Career Growth Canada 2010

Here is an article that discusses most common growing careers for 2010. If you are looking for a new career this might be of help to you!:)

July 20, 2010 at 3:15 pm Leave a comment

Interview Coaching Services are essential

So you’ve contacted a Professional Resume Services such as SkyHigh Resumes and taken the first step towards your new job. You have a killer resume and you are now applying for jobs. Week one goes by and nothing, then week two and sure enough you get a call requesting a face to face job interview. Well done! Now what? Investing in a one hour interview coaching session with a SkyHigh Resumes seasoned Recruitment Pro is essential. You’ve come all this way and once you get the interview call you’re half way there!

A client called me this week who’s resume I finished up 7 days ago. Today he received a call for his first interview. He’s very excited and booked a one hour interview coaching session so he can be fully prepared for the interview and ready for whatever questions are thrown at him. With such time and preparation devoted to his career planning,  he is destined to succeed.

June 10, 2010 at 12:59 am Leave a comment

Resume Writing Tips by SkyHighResumes

Resume Writing Tips by SkyHighResumes (


The key to writing a great resume is knowing how to successfully market yourself to a prospective job. Your resume should include relevant job history, education, volunteer experience, and memberships/associations. Use your resume to highlight important work experience and skills. Do not include information regarding marital status, parental status, religious affiliation, photos, age, or weight.

Resume Language
Use action verbs such as “developed,” “managed,” “coordinated,” and “implemented.”
Don’t use “I” to start every sentence.
Do use your own words to explain your experience

 Use spell check!

Resume Information

Keep your name, phone number and address current.
Include dates of employment in a month/year format (example: 05/02 – 08/02).

It is important to emphasize what you have achieved in each major role beyond your key day-to-day responsibilities. Employers are most interested in the impact you have had in your career (e.g., measurable achievements such as financial savings to the company.
Resume Appearance
Use 1” margins on all sides.
Use a standard font size 10-12 that is easy to read. (Arial, Corbel, Times New Roman, Verdana are recommended)
Use bold font and italics to highlight information.

Do not be overly creative with the formatting – it will only distract from the real focus of the document, which is you.

Make sure to leave some white space in between sections.
Don’t label your resume. The title “Resume” is unnecessary.
Your resume can be longer than 1 page. A good rule of thumb is 1 page for each 10 years of work history.

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