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.

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.

“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!

Ladies and Gentlemen: Fasten your Seatbelts on the Flight to a New Job in 2021!

Unemployment was one of the factors that affected several families in 2020 due to the pandemic crisis. Unemployment creates anxiety, affects self-confidence, and puts the unemployed and their families in a position of discomfort and insecurity. As the New Year arrives – and the new vaccines, too – our hearts are full of hope for 2021.


We’re in a new world, getting prepared for what the post-COVID world will be like. And nobody knows what it will be. In times of uncertainty, the best we can do is focus on what we know and get ready to face the new.

The Step-by-Step Process of the Immigrant Job Search

When we migrate to a new country, we restart. It is a new life, a unique opportunity to rethink career, dreams, goals, and general life purpose. Where do you want to get to by the end of your professional career? A range of new possibilities opens up for you with new opportunities and new challenges, too.