Logic Of The Day: 1.12.2017
It’s important to keep your resume updated, even when you’re not changing careers or seeking a new job. I tell all my clients they should update their resume every six months, regardless of their current work situation.
Why? Because: It’s much easier to remember what you’ve done in the past six months than trying to remember what you’ve done in the past six years.
You never know when you may lose your current job and have to start looking for a new one.
You may have to provide a copy of your resume for reasons other than trying to find a new job.
For instance, if you’re up for a promotion, or if you’re asked to present or speak at a conference, you may be asked for a copy of your resume.
Updating your resume not only helps you stay prepared for the unexpected, but it also gives you a sense of achievement, rejuvenates you, and helps you brainstorm future work opportunities and projects.
Passion & Career Coach at paNASH.