Resume Tips⎢Daily Dose With Jillian Michaels | Everyday Health

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Lauren Berger, author of “”All Work and No Pay”" visits Jillian in the studio today. They discuss resume tips, such as how to create a clean, smart looking resume and tailor it to the position that you are applying for.

Daily Dose with Jillian Michaels
Jillian Michaels: fitness expert, life coach, best-selling author and host of Everyday Health’s Daily Dose. Jillian along with her co-host, Janice Ungaro, discusses a range of topics, from exercise and nutrition to finding success in all aspects of life. It is a mix of one-on-one interviews and musings which leads viewers on a journey to unlock their fullest potential.

Jillian Michaels
Jillian is one of the leading health and wellness experts in the country. She contributes to and is a New York Times best-selling author. She was the trainer and life coach on The Biggest Loser for six years and Losing it with Jillian (NBC) and she has released numerous exercise DVDs. Personalized diet and fitness plans by Jillian are available through which syncs seamlessly to her mobile application published by Everyday Health. Her mobile app is available on iTunes and receives a 4 star rating. Jillian has a long-standing relationship with Everyday Health, which launched her website,, in 1996.

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Resume Tips⎢Daily Dose With Jillian Michaels | Everyday Health

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5 Responses to “Resume Tips⎢Daily Dose With Jillian Michaels | Everyday Health”

  1. Great stuff, thank …
    Great stuff, thank you!

  2. I’m curious about …
    I’m curious about live resume’s or employers wanting links to you Facebook, linkedin, Twitter, etc.

  3. Jillian, I like …
    Jillian, I like this video but, it’s a repeat!

  4. Wouldn’t it be also …
    Wouldn’t it be also beneficial to paste the resume to the email? I know many places do not accept attachments and some do not specify whatsoever. Also, there has been a weird happening when it comes to somehow being over qualified for a position somehow, how does that work? How does someone become over qualified when they need a job?

  5. I hate to …
    I hate to thoroughly and utterly disagree with Lauren Berger but you might want to consider talking to Martin Yate author of Knock ‘Em Dead about your resume, cover letter, and job search. His book notes that if you follow his step in the resume creation a 2-3 page resume is not only acceptable but better and will yield a much stronger resume. Compared to my old 1 page resume my new 3 page resume created by Martin’s books has been called a “strong resume” by many potential employers!!

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