Presented by Hannah Morgan & Marie Zimenoff
An infographic visually simplifies complex information. Why not help your clients simplify their resumes by using icons, graphs and symbols?
An infographic resume does not replace traditional text version of the resume... yet, it is a growing trend to explore. When used while networking, an infographic resume provides a fresh and unique presentation of skills and experience.
And there are elements of infographic resumes that we can use on a traditional resume ... yes, even when applying online!
You will walk away from this discussion with a better understanding of:
• Why use an infographic resume to network and self-promote
• Tools to create powerful infographics
• How to use the right infographic elements to showcase skills
• Pros and cons of infographic resumes
• Industries and occupations most likely to welcome one
RECORDING: Webinar recording - listen/watch any time you want and as often as you want
RESOURCES: samples, lists of tools, infographic best practices, and more
Session qualifies for 2 CEUs.
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ABOUT THE PRESENTERS
Hannah Morgan, aka, Career Sherpa, is a nationally recognized author and speaker and job search strategist.
She loves helping people understand what actions they need to take to find a job faster. Job hunting is hard work but she follows the trends closely to help get job seekers up and running.
Her positions in Human Resources, Outplacement Services, Workforce Development, and Career Services equip her with a 360 degree perspective on job search topics.
As CEO of Career Thought Leaders Consortium and Resume Writing Academy, Marie Zimenoff merges vision and best practice training to elevate the careers industry worldwide. She trains career professionals around the globe in resume writing, career coaching, and business development and is a frequent presenter at national conferences.
Marie holds her MEd in Counseling and Career Development from Colorado State University and numerous resume writing, coaching, and branding certifications. She served as President of the Colorado Career Development Association (2010–2011) and is among a select group of graduates from the National Career Development Association Leadership Academy.