Your resume is often the first thing a prospective employer sees about you. And a less-than-perfect one can hurt your chances for a job. We can all use some advice to spruce up our resume. GMA Workplace Contributor Tory Johnson says it pays to be vague at times and more specific in others.
A resume that's a little vague? It's okay, if you're getting up there in years.
While it helps to be vague in some places, it's important to be more specific in others.
With more people looking for fewer jobs, you can't afford to make any mistakes. And that goes for your resume as well.
Drivers and their tires might have to deal with potholes caused by the freezing weather.
Drivers and their tires might have to deal with potholes caused by the freezing weather. In the City of Tulsa, four crews are out checking all the arterial streets to see if any potholes around, but the crews said they aren't finding as many as they normally do after a winter storm.More >>