21 st Century Resumes. How to stand out among the masses Reasoning + Guidance + Resources Presented by Kristyna Borden . What is a video resume?.
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How to stand out among the masses
Reasoning + Guidance + Resources
Presented by Kristyna Borden
A video resume is a short video created by a candidate for employment and uploaded to the Internet for prospective employers to review. The video resume describes the individual's skills and experience.
A video resume can be created by a professional or you can create your own. Some job search and networking sites (like Jobster and MyWorkster) provide a means for users to incorporate video resumes into their profiles. Jobster video resumes are hosted by YouTube.
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For a crisp and clear video consider editing your video using the
Dress professionally in business attire, just as if you were going to an in-person interview
Keep your video resume short: one - three minutes
Look at the camera not at the desk or table below you
Don't speak too fast
Make sure there isn't any background noise and that the wall behind you isn't too busy
Practice what you're going to say ahead of time
Start by mentioning your name (first and last)
Focus on your professional endeavors, not your personal ones
Discuss why you would be a good employee and what you can do for the company that hires you
Thank the viewer for considering you for employment
A creative means of organizing, summarizing, and sharing artifacts, information, and ideas with personal and professional growth.
A portfolio is a sampling of the breadth and depth of a person's work conveying the range of abilities, attitudes, experiences, and achievements.
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