One of the most frequent questions I receive is about resume length. How long should a resume be? Unfortunately, it isn’t a simple answer as your resume should be as long as it needs to be. In the past when people actually sent paper resumes – in the mail – it was pretty set that your resume should only be one page. However, we now live in a digital world and I think that his affords you a little more freedom. However, this doesn’t change the purpose of your resume – it is an advertisement to get someone to call you and ask for more information. This is the key concept that you need to remember. Again, I’ll repeat, your resume is an advertisement to make someone want to learn more and is not your life story. So, how do you decide what is important?
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Whether your intention is simply to be made aware of exceptional situations as they come up, or you’ve found yourself in a situation where you need to more aggressively explore opportunities, we are interested in speaking with you.
Whatever your individual scenario, we will offer you the highest level of discretion and confidentiality. We’ll take the time to learn about your goals and visions along with your individual personal circumstances that must be considered in making a move. We will provide you a confidential, personalized insurance job search based on your individual search criteria.
Your decision to change careers can affect every dimension of your life. That’s why our recruiters spend time getting to know you, your needs and your goals.
We offer the following assistance to help you maximize your career potential:
- Career Planning. We help you achieve both your personal and professional goals.
- Confidentiality & Protecting Your Privacy. Your job search needs to be confidential. Protecting your privacy is one of our top priorities.
- Resume Tips. What to put in, what to leave out.
- Interviewing Assistance. Prepare for the interview. What to ask, what you may be asked and a checklist to help you succeed in the interview.
- Resignation. Resign from your current job without burning bridges.
- Counter – offers. Counter – offers can be flattering, but are they in your best interest?
Our Role in Helping you Find the Perfect Position in the Insurance Industry
Our role is to ensure “best fit” matches for you. Therefore, we will need to be educated on your insurance career expectations, career history and factors that you will take into consideration in evaluating opportunities. Your correspondence will be kept strictly confidential. It is our policy to discuss job opportunities with any candidate before presentation is made to a client. Resumes are not submitted to a client until we have the candidates’ permission to do so. The confidentiality of your search is completely respected and protected by our staff.
We believe in relationship building. If you locate a position through your own networking efforts or another source, we want to hear about your “success story”. In addition, because we will likely check in with you from time to time in the future, we appreciate candidates keeping us informed of address, phone and email changes.