Job Search Secrets From A Top Google Recruiter.

Pssst. May I share a secret with you? Actually, may I share eight job-search secrets with you from a Google (GOOG) recruiter? Get the inside scoop from somebody who has seen thousands of resumes and who is responsible for hiring at the Internet giant.

The job outlook for 2012 is brighter, but high unemployment rates remain an issue. It’s not uncommon for companies to receive thousands of applicants for a single position. When you’re one applicant out of thousands, how do you make your resume stand out? How can you get prospective employers to notice you? What does it take to get hired in 2012?

If you’re a frustrated applicant, there is hope. The top 25 companies to work for (at least as adjudged by the media) have more than 56,000 available jobs. At Google, which topped the listthis year, there are 701 openings. If you’re ready to apply for one of these coveted positions, how do you ensure your resume isn’t deleted, sent to the recycle bin, or trashed?

Bryan Power is a hiring expert who has worked in various areas of recruiting at Google for more than six years. In my recent interview with Bryan, he discusses what major companies look for in applicants and how you can make your resume stand out from the crowd.

Whether you’re unemployed, a recent college graduate, or unhappy at your current position, you can learn what it takes to get hired with these eight job-search secrets and then listen to the fullGoogle job search secrets interview:  Read all the secrets by Robert Pagliarini for CBS Money Watch here.

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About Buzz Smith

Welcome. My name is Charles “Buzz” Smith and I’m the SR Curmudgeon of Consulting Services at OPI National Outplacement. My role, in addition to agitating our sales personnel, and consultants is to take the lead on delivering outplacement and career transition services that are effective. I blog about career stuff when my wife of 40 years, Linda banishes to the garden.

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