Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Resume Must- Haves

Do you want to be hired in a job you applied quickly? Then it depends on how you present your submitted resume to the employer. Does your resume catch up the attention of the interviewer to give the chance for an interview? That is why it is very important that you have a very good resume when you apply for a job. Below are some of the 5 must-haves for a successful resume.

1. Clear Objective- Know the purpose of your resume and align it with the job you are targeting.
2. Grammatical Correctness- There should be no room for spelling, grammatical and punctuation mistakes.
3. Factual Accuracy- The dates, designations and data mentioned in the CV should be correct and verifiable.
4. Right Keywords- Make use the right keywords that a recruiter uses for searching candidates.
5. Career Progression- Mention the skills and strengths you have developed over experience. Use data to show your achievements.

If you follow all that must haves in your resume you're surely get the job.

Tuesday, December 8, 2009

How to make Pantyhose Last Long

Do you wear pantyhose? How many times did you use a pair of pantyhose? Probably you use it twice, thrice depending on the quality of the brand and price. Fortunately, there are several ways you can do to make each pair of pantyhose last as long as possible.

1. Look for opaque, heavier knits and avoid sheer pantyhose.
2. Wear the proper size. Pantyhose that are too small will be more under stress and more likely to run and destroy.
3. Spray the new pantyhose lightly with starch to add strength to the fibers.
4. Wet the pantyhose and place them in a plastic bag, sealed the bag and put it in a freezer. Freezing the pantyhose will stress the fibers before you wear them thus making them harder to tear when wearing. Remove them from the freezer and allow them to defrost before hanging them to dry.
5. Be careful when putting the pantyhose. Do not wear jewelry and keep your finger and toe nails trimmed. This will keep the pantyhose from encountering any unwanted snags or rips.
6. If your pantyhose already have a snag or rip, use a hairspray or clear nail polish. Turn the hose inside out and apply lightly to the edges of the run or snag. Allow to dry completely before wearing again.

Try those simple tips in order to save money and avoid frequent buying of pantyhose.