Employers need quick ways to sort through the thousands of résumés they receive. One favorite method is the keyword search. If you use the keywords companies are looking for, your résumé has a better chance of standing out, job-search advisers say. Here are five résumé-writing tips to take advantage of keywords:
When using Bing and Google, eliminate words that search engines will regard as noise, or that introduce ambiguity.
A new study of the physics of wrinkles – on our clothes or skin – helps iron out some of the uncertainty.
Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal is angry and frustrated at BP's 2009 response plan for a Gulf of Mexico oil spill, which lists walruses, sea otters, sea lions, and seals as 'sensitive biological resources' and names a man who died in 2005 as a national wildlife expert.
Only four states lost jobs in April, according to the Department of Labor. All four were in New England.
The small college town of Amherst, Mass., voted to accept detainees released from the Guantánamo detention camp in Cuba. Congress has previously voted that Guantánamo detainees will not be allowed to settle in the US.
A new study shows that the butterflies' antennae are key.
With no Kennedy in the running, expect a crowded Democratic field.