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Paid Experience isn’t the Only Experience to Include on Your Resume

When many people approach writing their resume, they’re focused on the jobs they have held, and this makes sense. After all, it is the work that employers have paid you to do. However, it is not the only work that may hold value on your resume. Individuals just starting their careers may not have much […]

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Enhancing LinkedIn to Support your Resume and Job Search

It’s not enough to just have a resume anymore. While they are still an essential part of the job application process, employers are taking advantage of society’s engagement with technology to recruit and screen applicants. They’re turning to social media, Internet searches, and professional networking sites like LinkedIn to learn more. If you don’t have […]

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Dealing with Employment Gaps on Your Resume

Many people used to view gaps in employment as a kiss of death. An obstacle that meant their job search would be even more difficult. However, in today’s society – especially after the downturn of the economy in 2008 – having an employment gap is not that unusual. In addition, more people are taking time […]

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3 Ways Your Cover Letter is Missing the Mark

Your cover letter is a valuable part of your job application package. It is an opportunity to present yourself in a more personal and casual way than your resume. Instead of short, concise bullet points, you can tell more of a story. However, that does not mean that you should forego professionalism or share your […]

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Shifting from Responsibilities to Accomplishments on Your Resume

When many people sit down to write their resume, they think, “what did/do I do at my job?” It can be tempting to simply jot down a laundry list of responsibilities to show employers the various tasks that you were in charge of. After all, they’re probably looking for some of these same duties in […]

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Polishing Up Your Resume for the New Year

Another year is quickly winding down. That means 2018 is almost here. Whether you’re in the midst of a job search, getting ready to start looking come January, or content with your current job, the New Year is a great time to update your resume. It’s always good to have an up-to-date version for any […]

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Focusing on What Makes Your Resume Stand Out

When writing your resume, the last thing you want is for it to blend in with every other job seeker’s out there. Relying on templated formats and canned language can make it do just that. Plugging your name into a generic resume that makes you look like a jack-of-all-trades but master of none can kill […]

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How Much Information is Too Much on Your Resume?

Your resume provides potential employers with a quick snapshot of who are you, and what you have to offer. You want to provide enough information that they can determine your skills and accomplishments (and want to learn more), but not so much that it is overwhelming or confusing. It can be a fine line. There […]

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Should You Pause Your Job Search over the Holidays?

December is a busy month. You’re trying to tie up loose ends as the year winds down, scrambling to find gifts for family and friends, attending a variety of holiday events, and gearing up for the start of another year. It can be easy to think that, just as you’re super busy, employers are too. […]

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Formatting Choices that Can Hurt Your Resume

If you’ve ever skimmed the Internet for resume examples, you’ll find dozens of samples ranging from very simple to very complex. With so many different options and choices, it can be overwhelming trying to decide exactly how to set up your own resume. Do you stick with black and white or add a splash of […]

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