Craft A Legitimate Work From Home Jobs Resume
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Who doesn't want work-from-home jobs where you can still feel like you're part of a growing team even if you're not sitting in an office? I'm talking about legitimate work-from-home jobs at companies like Dell to fast-growing startups like DuckDuckGo or Buffer where we spoke to their Head of People about her remote jobs.
How do you actually get these work-from-home jobs that everyone wants? It's all about crafting a resume that shows you can excel in a work-from-home environment.
We're hosting our second work-from-home resume live-chat with career coach Taylor Lane, the founder of "Remote Like Me". You can catch up on her first talk - filled with work-from-home jobs advice here. During that webinar, Taylor discussed how a remote job resume differs from a regular resume and what you need to do to standout from the competition.
Taylor is a remote career coach who helps people find and land remote jobs with skills and experience they already have. She's helped tons of remote hopefuls turn their virtual career dreams into a reality. With a focus on customizing resumes for remote positions, Taylor teaches women of all ages how to stand out and get more job offers. Originally from Connecticut, USA, Taylor has been living in Central America and traveling the world for over two years. She is currently calling Antigua, Guatemala her home base.
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