On Resume Recommendations And Your Job Search Objectives
[00:00:00] How might candidates get feedback about whether the resume rewriting or has red flags to avoid from legal recruiters, if not someone else? What is a good job search costs, budget plan? In other words, and what areas of financial investment should one plan for to get--
Okay, there's a bunch of online. I've done a bunch of articles about resumes. I've written a book about resumes that you should be able to find it's called like top 23 resume issues or something. And I've also done online and I do them every quarter. I've got one coming up. It looks like I should probably do it the next week or so. But I do want every quarter, the online resume reviews and so forth. if it was me, I would go look at that and just see some of the issues, I spot in resumes. One of the things that I recommend people to do is if you're, it's always to look at a lot of different markets. The more well-defined your practice area is, the more markets you should look at. Your objective really with the new job search is just to to get the best job you can and the best training you can. And, it's not always about money. Money will come if you get the right experience and if you're with the right place. I don't know what kind of financial investment to get your next job, I don't think you need to spend a ton of money. I think you should [00:01:00] be, just like you're on this meaning right now. I think it should be devouring information and learning everything you can. I think you can learn how to get your resume done. I don't know that legal recruiters are always going to be the person to give you the best resume advice. I'm just being completely honest with you. I certainly can do it but I don't know that all legal recruiters can I think that resumes to subjective thing.
I was giving you example from earlier, some things that people thought are important on the resume and that sort of stuff, isn't always important. I would read everything that I've written about resumes, and I would listen to what other people say about resumes and draw your own conclusions.
In terms of job search budget, I would definitely in terms of a financial investment, I would definitely look into looking at other markets. I think a mistake that a lot of people make is they will only look at their existing market that they're in, and that can harm them.
You should look at as many markets as you can, because the more markets you look at, the more options you have.