Posts by julietam Hosts Well-Attended Resume Workshop

Posted on Jul 11, 2012 founder/president/chief editor Julie Tam and VP of Operations/Editor Saqib Siddik spoke to a room full of professionals at the Center for Community Cooperation in Dallas on June 13, delivering an interactive workshop on resume writing, branding, and interviewing for a job! The event was sponsored by the National Association of Asian American Professionals: Dallas-Fort Worth chapter. gave away a gift certificate for a lucky winner to use toward a service. See more photos...

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CW Dallas-Fort Worth Features

Posted on May 31, 2012

Anchor/reporter Ashley Roberts interviewed me on the CW 33 in Dallas-Fort Worth as part of a feature on The Application Masters. The show DFW Closeup aired Sunday, April 22. Watch the short video below! -Julie Tam, Founder/President/Chief Editor,

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How to Write Press Releases That Get News Coverage

Posted on Feb 23, 2012

(An Insider’s Guide) by Julie Tam, TV Journalist & Founder/President, Having worked as a TV news anchor, reporter, and producer for 10 years, I’ve seen thousands upon thousands of news/press releases – a lot of bad ones and some good ones that grabbed my attention. When you want news coverage of yourself, your company, or another entity, how do you get through to newsroom staff at a TV or radio station, newspaper, magazine, or website, when they’re flooded with news releases, emails, phone calls, and faxes and bombarded by breaking news and scanner...

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Posted on Feb 8, 2012

Daybreak USA’s Jay Young interviewed Founder/President/Chief Editor Julie Tam live on USA Radio Network on February 1, 2012 during the morning show that broadcasts in about 160 markets. The topic: 5 Ways to Get Your Resume Noticed, Not Tossed. Listen to the 7-minute interview here. Read Julie’s blog post on the...

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5 Ways to Get Your Resume Noticed, Not Tossed

Posted on Feb 7, 2012

by Julie Tam, Founder/President, Most hiring managers – whether it’s a human resource manager, recruiting director, or another executive – get flooded with resumes. Put yourself in their shoes. A potential employer usually knows within seconds whether your resume is worth reading. It must catch his/her eye, suck him in, and leave him wanting to know more. Your resume must make a good first impression on your behalf, or you’ll never get called for a phone or in-person interview. Don’t get your resume tossed. Here are my top five ways to write a strong resume...

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