How do you deal with a black dot on your resume?
Read more about the black spot on your résumé.
What can you do about it?
You may have heard that a black spot can be a problem, but it’s not a new problem.
A few decades ago, it was easy to spot the black spots on your CV and apply for jobs.
But as technology has evolved, the black mark has become much more difficult to spot.
You can get the message.
Here are the top tips to avoid a black mark on your application and resume.1.
Find a job that pays a decent wage.
It’s unlikely that you will be paid as much as the top candidate you’re applying for.
This can be particularly important if you’re trying to get a job with a big company or if you want to join a big tech company.
The average salary for the best-paid software engineers is $100,000 a year.
That’s less than half the $200,000 median annual salary in tech.
If you’re lucky, you may also be offered a job at a much higher salary, but that’s also unlikely.2.
Apply for as many jobs as you can.
A job offer isn’t always the best route to take, but applying for multiple jobs can help you find a job you’re happy with.
If a job offer doesn’t come through, be ready to find a better one.
If the job you were looking for is gone, it’s time to go elsewhere.3.
Set aside time to prepare for a job interview.
While it’s easy to get caught up in the rush of the interview process, it can be very stressful.
Set a time to study, write down all your responses, and work on them as part of your preparation.
If there’s a lot of work to be done, it may be helpful to set aside a day or two for a full-time job interview or a two-week work-study program.
You might also consider asking for a resume sample and making a list of questions that you’d like to ask.4.
Think of how much you would pay for the job.
Paying $20,000 or $40,000 for a position isn’t a lot.
Pay for your own training, including your own interview, may be a little more reasonable, depending on your skills and experience.5.
Make sure you have a plan for when you’re not available.
You don’t have to be available for the entire interview to get the job; that could be a bad thing.
If it’s a job where you’re already qualified, it could be better to have a more flexible schedule for when not in a position to interview.6.
Consider your resume.
If your resume is lacking information or is lacking some key pieces of information, it might help to read through it.
If someone asks you if you know any of the names of any of your former employers, that could help you to think about how much of your resume you need to include.7.
Get a copy of your CV.
You may want to include a copy with your application if you plan to submit it.
It can give you a sense of what you’re looking for when applying for a specific position.8.
Make an effort to keep a list for yourself.
If all you’ve got is your resume, it won’t help you much if you need it more than once.
To keep it organized, consider keeping a separate document for each job that you apply for.9.
Ask yourself whether your resume needs to be updated.
If so, check your email inbox and search for emails from current employers asking about the status of your application.10.
Look for job openings.
There’s no substitute for an interview with an employer.
If an offer isn, say, on the table, make sure you’ve read the job description and the application materials.
If, on another occasion, you find an opening, ask for the position.
This might give you the opportunity to talk to your current employer.11.
Keep an eye on your networking.
A good LinkedIn profile can be just as important as a great résumadence.
A strong LinkedIn profile shows that you’re actively searching for a new position.
The profile also includes links to job postings and job sites.
If you need help, call the Career Services office at 1-800-743-4400, toll free, or online.