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Altitude’s résumé data collection process – Part 4

Today I will comment on the last phase of data collection for the resumé. In this part, what matters is having the expected degrees, demonstrating a commitment to continuous professional development, and describing recognition, awards, and professional products. At Altitude, we advise you on the best ways to impress with your credentials.

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Altitude Résumé Data Collection Process – Part 3

Many people don’t know how to do their professional marketing. It happens for a straightforward reason: they don’t know what they’re worth! They do not recognize their value as a professional and the value they bring to a company. At Altitude, we listen to your stories, and through carefully targeted questioning, we help you discover the gold in them and the best way to write it. It is the third phase of our curriculum writing process: the career inventory.

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Altitude Résumé Data Collection Process – Part 2

Did you know that no professional DNA is the same? What is yours? How do you sell your fish? What is your differential? What makes you unique? What are your most relevant strengths, competencies, and soft skills? What is your value offer? These are crucial questions in the second round of exploration for résumé writing.

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“Writing a résumé without doing market research is like trying to fit the wrong piece into the puzzle; it doesn’t work!” (Erica Yanney)

Did you know that the most common reason for not being invited to an interview is an inadequate résumé? Did you stop to evaluate yours?

We need the right outfit for the right occasion, the right key to the right door, the right piece for the right opening in the puzzle, and your job search is no different. You need a specific résumé for a specific job announcement. Companies and positions are different. You can’t expect to use the same résumé for all!

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I immigrated to a new country, now what?

At Altitude, our goal is to help immigrants in this journey of transformation and career advancement abroad. Plan your career, pursue professional development, challenge yourself, and find professional happiness in your new country.

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Immigrant Adaptation Stages

I’ve had the great opportunity and privilege to help expatriates and immigrants who move abroad to restart their professional life in their new country. I work in the job searching and professional development field, but I end up also helping with the psychological aspects of cultural adaptation. I have realized that knowing the immigrant adaptation stages brings a lot of comfort to people going through that process. That’s why I want to share this knowledge with you so that you can feel comforted and encouraged along their journey.

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