Then follow this blog and connect with Matt Krumrie, Resumes By Matt Founder, and resume writer, on Twitter.
Krumrie was recently named a Top 50 Career Professional to Follow on Twitter in 2017 for Job Advice, by artgrad.org. The web site stated this:
"We have scoured the web to find 50 career coaches and 'job seek' consultants...and created a top list for you to learn job advice and career tips from the experts themselves. This is the list every job seeker must follow and inside you'll find pure gems."
For nearly 15 years Krumrie produced the Ask Matt career advice column for the Star Tribune, Minnesota's largest newspaper. Krumrie still contributes articles to the Star Tribune, such as this one on Resume Secrets Revealed and How to leverage LinkedIn that were part of the Star Tribune's January 2017 Career Guide special section.
Krumrie is also a contributing writer for CollegeRecruiter.com, the leading, interactive, recruitment media company used by college students and recent graduates to find great careers. Clients are primarily colleges, universities, and employers who want to recruit dozens, hundreds, or thousands of students and recent graduates per year.
He also contributes career and job search articles for the Job seeker and employer blog for Flexjobs.com. FlexJobs is an innovative job service that specializes in providing professional job listings that also include some type of work flexibility, such as telecommuting, part-time or alternative schedules, and freelance contracts.
In addition, Krumrie has provided hundreds of articles for the Zip Recruiter Blog since 2014, and is a contributor to Rework, a guide to helping executives and HR leaders succeed in the new, tech-driven economy.
He has also been quoted in numerous publications on resume writing, including this 2015 article on How to Write a Resume If You're Inexperienced and this 2017 article on Why your resume isn't working.
Krumrie also previously contributed to Monster.com, and was editor of Twin Cities Employment Weekly, a weekly, recruitment advertisement newspaper. In 2013, he was named a top 50 resume resource for teenagers seeking employment.
Krumrie has been writing resumes for 15 years, and works with clients all over the country, from recent college grads to entry-level job seekers, mid-career professionals, executives and older job seekers all looking to stand out in the job search. He has taught resume writing classes through adult basic education centers, and through job clubs.
If you're looking to update your resume, contact Krumrie today.