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Use Your Blog as a Resume? Part I: Pros and Cons
40 Good Skills To Put On A Resume [Powerful Examples For ]
Join InHerSight's growing community of professional women and get matched to great jobs and more! Already have an account? And how to show, not just tell, the reader you possess them. The goal of a resume is to highlight your value as a candidate, but how do you know exactly what a recruiter or hiring manager is looking for? And how do you best demonstrate the skills, both hard and soft, your potential employer is looking for? The best way to choose which of your skills to include is to closely read the job description to see what hard and soft skills the job requires.
If you're like me and blogging is more than a hobby you might want to consider adding it to your resume. This can be the same for any online shop, YouTube channel, freelancing gigs or part-time work. I work anywhere between 5 and 30 hours a week on blogging, YouTube, and social media. All of these things can look great on a resume if you're applying for a job in Social media, marketing, journalism or really anywhere that will appreciate some advanced internet skills.
If you want a great job in any industry, you need to stand out from the pack. One way to take your professional persona to the next level is through blogging. Below are seven ways blogging can help you triumph over the competition. Hiring managers want proof that the expertise you boast is legitimate.