How to audit your resume and interview
The American Council of Trustees and Alumni (ACTA) has released a new audit tool that can help you get a better understanding of your performance in your career and help you craft an interview.
The tool, which is also available on Google Docs, was created by an advisory board at ACTA and is aimed at ensuring you get the right fit for your next role, the organization announced on Thursday.
The program will be available for the next six months, according to the organization’s press release.
ACTA’s report on career satisfaction, which was published earlier this month, showed that career satisfaction has been declining for several years, with fewer than half of students saying they were satisfied with their job search.
ACTAs report also showed that students who graduated from high school in 2012 were more likely to be unemployed than those who did not.
The ACTA report also found that those who had a bachelor’s degree or higher were significantly more likely than those with a high school diploma or less to be employed and to have earned a job offer within six months of graduation.
“Academy graduates are no longer in the job market at an unusually high rate,” the report said.
“The gap between the average earning potential of graduates and their job-seekers is widening, and it is only getting wider.”
The report also highlighted the importance of a “safe, positive, and meaningful career trajectory,” including job satisfaction.
According to the ACTA study, students who received a high-school diploma were more than twice as likely to graduate within six years as those who received no more than a highschool diploma.
ACTs report also indicated that the unemployment rate for graduates was higher than the national average, and students with only a bachelor of science degree were nearly twice as unlikely to be jobless as those with graduate degrees.
ACATAs report concluded by noting that graduates from top universities are also more likely for them to have jobs than their peers who graduated with less than a college degree.
ACATS study, however, also said that there is a high level of discrimination against graduates, particularly among minorities.
ACACA said that its findings were based on interviews with more than 2,300 graduates of the College of William and Mary, a public university in Virginia.
ACA said the findings are based on responses from more than 1,000 alumni of the William and Mather School of Business at the University of Texas-Austin, who also received an assessment.
ACAA’s report noted that there were two types of barriers for students: “insecure” and “unsecure.”
The insecure barrier is when a student is unwilling to accept a job that does not match their skills and qualifications, and the insecure barrier has been known to occur more frequently in minority groups, particularly those with disabilities.
“For example, in an interview for an entry-level position, the applicant is expected to demonstrate that he or she is capable of performing a wide range of duties, such as supervising, maintaining and monitoring the office, or assisting in the day-to-day operations of the business, and that they are able to communicate effectively with the manager and staff of the firm,” the ACATA report said, according the ACA.
“It is difficult to understand how a prospective employee who is willing to accept the job is not considered to be ‘insecure’ or ‘unsecure.'”
According to ACTA, the most commonly encountered barriers are the following: an inability to communicate with an employer about the job, such a lack of a written job description, or lack of an ability to write a clear, concise and meaningful resume; an inability or unwillingness to find or retain a full-time position or an inability and unwillingness to accept other employment offers; and a lack or reluctance to seek other employment because they are not comfortable with their current work environment.
AC TAAS report also noted that some employers do not feel that candidates have earned the right to be evaluated for their work experience.
The report said that, for example, employers may view applicants’ inability to provide an interview as evidence that they do not meet the qualifications required for the position, or may not have the necessary experience.
“If an employer feels that the candidate does not meet their qualifications, it is not uncommon for employers to withhold employment offers, or even to make job offers to candidates who have never held a position,” the ACTA report noted.
The study also found a gap between how many of the applicants who received an offer from a prospective employer and those who were accepted.
“One in five of those interviewed for an interview indicated that they did not have an offer and did not know whether they would accept the offer,” the study said.
Another issue in hiring and promotion that can hinder career development is the “fear of failure.”
According to a 2016 report from the American Psychological Association, nearly three-quarters of job applicants who report being fearful of failure are not hired.
According the report, fear of failure is linked