Joined 5 years ago from Dallas, Texas
Hello, I'm Shay Banks. Just a few years ago, I has $500 in my bank account and I was thisclose from living in my car. I started over by taking a job as a customer service rep, earning $23,000 per year. Over the next five years, I would go on to re-invent myself (and my resume) and start earning six figures in an industry that I love.
Now, I help other people find career that not only pay well, but is also challenging and fulfilling.
You can find out more by visiting www.upgradeyourjobsearch.com.
3 years ago
Are you submitting your resume to the right places? This article helps you decide where you should submit your resume online.
12 months ago
Everyone talks about what should be on a resume but never about what shouldn't be there. Here's a list of common "innocent" mistakes to avoid. Does your resume have any of these?
12 months ago
Most job seekers tend to look at the design and "prettiness" of their resume, and that's a mistake that could be preventing them from landing better jobs.
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