Do you find blockbuster movie posters really eye-catching? This is what grabs the attention of thousands of people and makes them want to watch the whole movie. 

Career experts believe that the same technique can be used for resume writing in order to catch the eyes of prospective employers and make them want to call you for a job interview. 

So, what do you need to do to make your application document more attractive and tempting at first sight? How to grab the recruiters’ attention from the first minute? Here are a few useful pieces of advice.

Make Your Resume Professional

The first and foremost tip for making your job searching process smooth and successful is to create a professional and outstanding application document that is free from mistakes and easy to read. 

According to the 2016 research by CareerBuilder, 54% of recruiters mentioned they would reject a resume if it’s not tailored and customized. TheLadders survey on widespread resume errors showed that over 80% of mistakes in application documents are in the work experience descriptions or skills section. 

Some candidates rely on their own writing skills while others prefer to turn to a reliable resume writing company and get their application document crafted. The choice is yours but we recommend avoiding sleepless nights and dozens of tries when you can get a professionally-written resume in just a few days.

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Halloween is right around the corner, and some of the scariest movies to hit the big screen aren’t Michael Myers – they're nurses. When a person is at their weakest moments, some of these nurses will make the person regret ever breathing.

Cruel nurses are nothing new, but these fictional nurses are a pure nightmare.

Of course, there are some nurses that will give you the creeps more than others. Here are my top picks for creepy nurses that you may want to see on the big screen this year.

1. Annie Wilkes

Poor Paul Sheldon. He crashes his Mustang during a terrible snow storm, and the next thing you know, sweet Annie Wilkes is there to come save the day. Paul’s life took a turn for the worse that day.

A former nurse who is obsessed with Paul and seemingly bored out of her mind, decides to put her former skills to work.

You see, Paul, a famous author, has a character that Annie is very attached to. Not only does she help Paul recover, but she forces him to write a sequel to his novel while torturing Paul.

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As fast as New York City grows, so does the list of movies that are shot completely in New York City, or that use part of it. The Big Apple has featured in so many movies starting with the first release in 1901, ‘What happened on Twenty-third Street, New York City’, that it has become almost home to the rest of the world. When you spot New York City in a movie, you know exactly where you are. We have chosen some of the most famous movies of all time that have been featured in the streets of New York City. Make sure to check your tours with TopViewNYC.com and experience where each of these movies were set. 

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Few tech companies have achieved that coveted level of fame and notoriety that leads to the verbalization (in this case the becoming of a verb, rather than the verbalizing of) a company name. We no longer “search the Web”; we “Google”. In many cities, it’s just a common to “call for an Uber” than a cab. Since its inception as a video-rental by mail operation, Netflix has blossomed in to an industry leader in home-streaming as well as the legitimate producer of high quality entertainment itself.

For the last decade Netflix has focused on the home-streaming market, a market that when Netflix almost invented it in 2007 was such a niche and hitherto unexplored method of content delivery that it had not yet occurred to anyone to marry the two. Netflix rose from its modest roots in delivering DVD rentals to people’s front doors to delivering video content in to people’s homes over the internet and on to a variety of devices. The seismic shifts in the landscape resulting from Netflix’s sudden and dramatic reshaping of it have had a profound effect on movies themselves as well as the platforms through which they are delivered to consumers.

Truly On Demand

Initially, services like Netflix who operated DVD rental by mail would advertise the service as ‘on-demand’ and it could have been given the current technological limitations, but there were often long delays between ordering and receiving a film, particularly in the more rural parts of the United States. As internet speeds steadily increased throughout the early 21st century, the percentage of internet owners with packages capable of delivering feature length films on demand grew and grew. The advent of the technology itself was entirely predictable, the media applications for ever higher bandwidth data streaming had been a topic of discussion for quite some time.

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