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As a Career Consultant in the golf and turf industries, I often receive questions about Career References and their importance in this particular field of work. I compiled answers to the top questions we receive about References. Remember, the primary goal in conducting a job search is to set yourself apart, and References can play…Details
This is one of the top questions I receive from professional in the golf and turf industry – how long should my resume be? There are many factors that determine resume length. Here are some guidelines to help you determine what is best in your specific situation. First, consider your experience level and tenure. In…Details
Start by identifying what you do above and beyond the typical functions of a Golf Course Superintendent, and highlight those skills. Experience alone only qualifies you to apply for the job; it does not get you hired. Show that you perform those typical tasks better and deliver better results. This holds true for all your…Details
Most professionals in the golf and turf industry are aware that countless jobs are filled without any advertising or public job postings. Who gets those jobs? How can you be one of the folks in the know? Answer: NETWORKING. What is networking? It is not aggressively promoting yourself. It is not behaving differently than your…Details
If I had to distill career consulting into one nugget of advice, it would be to set yourself apart. The over-arching theme in career advancement is to determine what differentiates you from your competition, and then convey these qualities in a way that is relevant and meaningful to your target audience. This is done in…Details