In Part 2 of this podcast interview, Nat Gordon has some unconventional resume writing tips to share.

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Nat Gordon

Nat Gordon is Israel's best known recruiter specializing in jobs for English speakers, having founded Marksman International Personnel in 1982.

In Part 1 of this 2-part interview, Nat focused more on job search in Israel. If you missed it, you can listen to that podcast here: Podcast Interview With Nat Gordon – Part 1. Then come back and listen to the conclusion.

Highlights of Part 2

  • Why there will always be a need for headhunters & temporary workers
  • How most people have the wrong mindset when they visit job boards
  • Why putting personal information on your resume is a good idea
  • When to consider putting your current/last salary on your resume
  • How to change careers for a position where salaries are lower
  • When it makes sense to NOT detail each past employer separately on your resume
  • Why having a lot of work experience can be overrated
  • How to avoid giving off the wrong impression that you're overqualified
  • The typical recruiting process with Marksman
  • Stunts that Israeli companies will pull to hide shady hiring practices such as nepotism
  • Why it's not a bad thing when companies hire people like them
  • Legal issues when hiring in Israel
  • Standout stories

Have any favorite moments in the show? Anything to suggest for future podcasts? Tell us in the comments below.

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Jacob Share

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