The Insider's Guide to Resume Writing

 

Michael Yakubov blends research, competitive intelligence, marketing, and personal experience to help you write a resume leading to job success. Learn tricks that get recruiters and hiring managers to view your resume, best practices in design, and, in addition, obtain a quick overview of networking tips. Register at: https://uplnj.org/event/how-to-write-a-resume-to-get-hired/

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  1. Debbie Walter
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Michael Yakubov blends research, competitive intelligence, marketing, and personal experience to help you write a resume leading to job success. Learn tricks that get recruiters and hiring managers to view your resume, best practices in design, and, in addition, obtain a quick overview of networking tips. Register at: https://uplnj.org/event/how-to-write-a-resume-to-get-hired/

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Are you preparing to return to work? NJ TRANSIT is ready for you.

NEW JERSEY — The pandemic resulted in a unique work-from-home model for many New Jersey residents, with a “new normal” evolving as infection rates decline.

While some employers may intend to keep remote work options in place, a growing trend reveals many companies transitioning back to in-person workplaces.

Roadways already show evidence of rush-hour congestion as workers ...

What is a Wasp

Every year, around 62 people die from hornet, wasp, or bee stings. These creatures may be little, but they can be very dangerous if you or someone you know has an allergy. 

You may be allergic to a particular insect, which means it's important to know the difference between them.

So what is a wasp? And how can you identify them? We'll discuss these ...

The Jaffe Briefing - August 4, 2021

STATEWIDE – New Jersey is often in a New York state of mind, which makes the Big Apple’s landmark decision to require vaccination cards in public indoor spaces by Sept. 13 to be particularly newsworthy. Mandates are a critical way to finally get rid of the delta variant. If you want to go to a restaurant, or a gym or a play, or a movie, get vaccinated. If you don’t want to be ...

The Jaffe Briefing - August 3, 2021

ON THE CAMPAIGN TRAIL – Welcome back to the stage, former Sen. Diana Allen. The moderate Republican from South Jersey is making a comeback, as the running mate for GOP gubernatorial hopeful Jack Ciattarelli. Allen is to be rolled out tomorrow as the candidate for lieutenant governor, with as much hoopla as possible. Allen is a good pick, a veteran news anchor from Philly who knows how to ...

The Jaffe Briefing - August 2, 2021

RIDGEWOOD – Plenty of drama surrounds this village’s new parking garage. Yes, seriously, the Record reports. The first issue: no one can find the Hudson Street garage, despite the fact the four-story, 240-space structure is one of the tallest in the downtown. The $12 million structure is tucked behind retail buildings on East Ridgewood Avenue and could really use ...

The Jaffe Briefing - July 29, 2021

TRENTON – So, yeah, masks are now “strongly recommended” indoors where there are crowds, says Gov. Phil Murphy, following the latest federal guidance. While this is a sensible request, as the COVID numbers rise in the state, not everyone is on board. Just ask super-conservative Sen. Michael Doherty, who dashed off a press release saying: “The Murphy administration ...

The Jaffe Briefing - July 28, 2021

STATEWIDE – Gov. Phil Murphy scored some quick mid-summer PR yesterday, dropping a press release announcing that nine rest areas on the Garden State Parkway will be renamed after New Jersey icons. But it may take some time for all to gel. Will we really start saying stuff like, “Hey, hit me up for some nuts at the James Gandolfini" (service area in Montvale.)? Or "do they ...

The Jaffe Briefing - July 27, 2021

STATEWIDE – Even the Washington Post now realizes New Jersey’s awkward relationship with the feds. The Garden State famously gives more tax dollars to Uncle Sam than it can ever dream of getting back in financial aid, infrastructure and other goodies. (In fiscal 2018, New Jersey received less back on every federal tax dollar paid ...

Pet-Friendly NJ Restaurants Offer Menus for Your Dog

August 1, 2021

NEW JERSEY — Looking for a dog-friendly place to eat? You’re not alone.

Catering to the pet-loving crowd, some New Jersey restaurants are taking dog-friendly dining a step further by offering a special menu just for your pooch.

At Sheelen’s Crossing Bistro & Pub in Fanwood, the “woof” menu includes items such as beef, chicken, fish, rice, vegetables ...

Rutgers Alum Who Co-Starred With Orson Welles, Flew Missions Over Occupied Europe, Turns 100

July 27, 2021

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - He was on his way to England via Africa, a young man born in 1920 to Russian Jewish immigrants in New York City. As a newly minted Air Force navigator, his mission was to deliver a B-24 bomber and its 10-man crew to an airbase in Britain. It was nighttime in the Sahara. As he looked at the moon, he remembered how “terribly romantic and freezing cold” the night ...

Rutgers Study: Black, Latinx People Still Skeptical About COVID-19 Vaccines

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ — Black and Latinx people intensely sought information on COVID-19 and engaged in public health measures such as mask-wearing and testing due to devastating experiences during the pandemic but are still skeptical about vaccines, according to a Rutgers study.

The findings, which appear in JAMA Network Open, offer insight into what motivates people in Black and ...

From New Brunswick to Tokyo: Rutgers Well-Represented in Summer Olympics

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Five former Scarlet Knight athletes will be representing Team USA at the upcoming Toyko Olympics.

Todd Frazier and Patrick Kivlehan will be on the field for baseball with Darren Fenster serving as an assistant coach,

Carli Lloyd takes the pitch with women's soccer for her fourth Olympic games and Rudy Winkler will compete in the hammer throw during the track ...

South Brunswick Prohibits All Retail Cannabis Sales

August 2, 2021

SOUTH BRUNSWICK, NJ - South Brunswick has prohibited all classes of cannabis establishments from operating in the township, according to a new ordinance passed by the council. The new restriction received unanimous approval from the council, some of which voted to legalize recreational cannabis in the 2020 election.

The ordinance prohibits cannabis cultivation, manufacturing, whole sales, ...

Metuchen Diocese Adopts Online Ethics Violations Reporting System to Monitor Finances

August 4, 2021

METUCHEN, NJ –  In the wake of concern regarding the possible mishandling of financial affairs and other improper conduct that violates the Pastoral Code of Conduct, the Diocese of Metuchen has announced a new third-party system for reporting financial improprieties or other violations. 

The structure is designed to securely collect reports of unethical behavior, such ...

OPINION

WinTrade, one of UK’s biggest annual summits for women in business, offers exclusive series of masterclasses delivered by who’s who of successful corporate leaders and entrepreneurs.

August 2, 2021

Minister For Business Paul Scully MP,

Lady Nicola Mendelsohn CBE,

Her Highness Shaikah Fadyah Al Saad Al Sabbah and

Holly Branson among globally successful corporate leaders

and entrepreneur speakers

 

Disproportionately negative impact of COVID on female businessowners, and lack of funding for women entrepreneurs among key themes

 

London, UK – WinTrade ...

New Jersey Dentist Provides Painless Non-Invasive Laser Treatment for Sleep Apnea

July 26, 2021

WEST CALDWELL, NJ -- Dr. Joseph DalBon of the New Jersey Center for Laser and Cosmetic Dentistry spoke with TAPintoTV to discuss a new painless laser oral treatment created to alleviate sleep apnea.

“Sleep apnea is a condition where the patient is waking up during the night and unable to breathe that can cause a number of serious health issues,” he said. Some of these health issues ...

What Are The Three Types of Electric Vehicles? Hybrid, PHEV and BEV

WAYNE, NJ -- General Manager of Lincoln of Wayne, Peter Spina, Jr., spoke with TAPintoTV about the three kinds of electric vehicles in the automotive marketplace; Hybrid, PHEV, and BEV. 

Hybrid vehicles have gas and electric engines but no plug-in charging functionality. “The system charges itself through regenerative braking,” Spina explained. “It harnesses the kinetic ...