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Does All Professional Development Belong on Your Resume?

When searching for a new job, you want to show potential employers that you have up-to-date training and knowledge. This comes across not only through your work experience and accomplishments, but also your education, certifications, and professional development. However, some jobs are more training-heavy than others. For instance, teachers and medical professionals are required to […]

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Getting to the Point in Your Cover Letter

Hiring managers are divided when it comes to cover letters: some love them and having one is a requirement, while others hate them and skip ahead to the resume. And then there are those who fall in between and may or may not read it depending on the day or the job. You have a […]

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Harnessing Quality Over Quantity on Your Resume

One mistake that job seekers often make on their resumes is trying to cram in as much information as they can. They list every task they were responsible for or project they were even remotely involved in. While this can make you seem like a go-getter, it can also weigh down your resume. Attention spans […]

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Updating Your Resume: It’s More Than Adding a Job

When was the last time you updated your resume? For many people, it’s either when they’re looking or a job, or after they’ve started a new job. And “updating” usually just means tacking on whatever they’re doing now (or just did) to show additional experience. But updating your resume should be a more thorough and […]

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Boosting Your Resume’s Professionalism

Your resume is one of the first impressions a hiring manager gets of you. It is your first chance to grab their attention, and you want it to be for your skills, accomplishments, and potential, not the fact that you misspelled ‘manager’ or used 12 different fonts. While creativity works for some industries or very […]

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Could You Benefit from Hiring a Professional Resume Writer?

When it comes to your career, a strong resume is an important document to have on hand. You never know when an amazing job opportunity will come along, or when you may find yourself searching. There are plenty of resources available regarding resume writing, but it can be overwhelming and tough to decide exactly which […]

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Do You Still Need to Put Your Address on Your Resume?

The job search process has changed a lot over the years. We’ve shifted from the days where job openings were posted on store fronts and in newspapers to websites and online job boards. In many cases, you’re uploading or emailing your resume, not handing out hard copies. When an employer wants to get in touch […]

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What Effective Resumes Have in Common

No two resumes look exactly the same. There are countless styles and formats you can use, and everyone’s experience is different. Besides, you don’t want your resume to blend in with everyone else’s and get lost in the shuffle. But despite these differences, there are several key factors that effective resumes share, regardless of the […]

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Why You Should Stop Comparing your Resume to Everyone Else’s

Humans are naturally competitive. We compare ourselves to others and see how we measure up. While this can provide some healthy motivation, it can also be detrimental if you let it go too far. And there are certain things in life that can’t be fairly compared – such as your resume. It is very tempting […]

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Crafting Your Resume to Transition Out of Teaching

Teaching is an often thankless job. While many focus on supposed “perks” like summers off, teachers know that the summer will likely be filled with professional development and planning for next year, and those few precious weeks of rest don’t make up for the extra hours spent working after school and on weekends during the […]

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