Resume Trends of 2022 With Amanda Augustine

Each year, contact an expert resume writer in the program to discuss next year and the trends you need to know to make a positive change in your job search. Amanda Augustine from Top Resume joins us to discuss upcoming trends for 2022.

You are more than welcome to join the discussion. Here are three ways you can:

– Call and leave a voice message at 708-365-9822, or a text message for your comments to the same number

– go to TheVoiceofJobSeekers.comClick the “Send Voicemail” button on the right side of the screen and leave a message

– Send feedback via email to

About Amanda …

She is a career expert and spokesperson for Talent Inc. (Top Resume is a company under TI), and a certified resume writer. She often does the press. She also has her own company, Amanda Augustine, LLC.

Highlights from our conversation:

  • Amanda quotes A survey builds a resume Of the employers who 30% declare that they reject candidates who do not have their vaccine status in the resume.
  • She recommends putting your vaccination status at the end of the professional summary or executive summary.
  • Amanda says, “When you’re looking for a job, you’re now a marketer and you’re marketing the most valuable asset there is, yourself, your qualities, your candidacy, all the skills you bring to the table.”
  • You need to think about how you can prove that you have the skills that will make you a good candidate to work remotely, whether it’s the technical skills you have gathered in the various areas of project management.
  • Ball points should be bragging rights
  • Use LinkedIn posts (and other social platforms) to show employers that you are ready to work remotely by showing the area you have defined.
  • Amanda cites the Top Resume survey for employers regarding top soft skills. Respondents detail communication and everything that is a part, including digital communication, critical thinking, problem solving, collaboration, teamwork and time management.

About Mark Anthony Dyson

I’m the “Voice of Job Seekers!” I offer compassionate career advice and job search while I break through and re-imagine the job search process. You should have the “prescription for the job description of the employer”. You need to be solution oriented and work in positions in companies where you are a remedy. Your job search must be a way of life, and your career must be in front of you at all times. You can no longer shed your aspirations in changing seasons. There are strengths you have that need constant use and development. Be sure to sign up to download my ebook, “421 Modern Job Search Tips 2021!” You can find my career advice and work in the media such as Forbes, Inc., Fast Company, Harvard Business Review, Glassdoor, and many other advertising tools.


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