Jim Hopkinson is an author, writer, and speaker living in New York City. His focus is on career development for the new economy, showing how new media, technology and branding are changing how people look at their career and lifestyle. Read more...
Sexy nurse. Sexy cop. Sexy prison guard. Sexy school teacher. Sexy Department of Motor Vehicles employee. OK, we get it. For some of the women out there (and the guys too), this is their one time of year to have fun and let loose.
Big interview coming up? Don't go there. Look, we’re not saying you should dress as "Sexy Job Seeker." However, don’t be afraid to sex up your resume a bit.
When faced with a pile of candidates, the average HR person might only look at yours for a few seconds. If your CV is the same exact resume template file from Microsoft Word, consider adding a flash of color, style, or font. It shouldn't be so garish as to make it look amateur, but standing out from the pack and grabbing attention is a surefire way to increase the odds of you getting noticed.