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Why You Absolutely Must Tailor Your Resume to a Job Description

When a company puts out a job listing, they’re probably going to get hundreds of responses. So how can you make sure that your resume doesn’t fall into the abyss, never to be seen by a hiring manager?

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Holiday Job Hunting Myths

Tell someone that you’re job searching during this time of year and you’ll probably hear any number of opinions about what a holiday job hunt is like. While your friends, neighbors, parents, and hairstylist mean well as they give you advice about holiday job hunting, they may also be perpetuating myths that simply aren’t true. Here are some common myths about job hunting during this time of year that you just have to stop believing

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Job Search Tips for the Holiday Season

It’s hard to believe that the holidays are upon us and that 2013 is coming to a close. If you’re currently in the middle of a job search, now is the ideal time to really step up your efforts. However, before you send out any more applications or cover letters this year, make sure you focus on these points

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Changing Careers: How to Write a Resume

A polished, updated resume is always important, but becomes especially valuable when you are getting ready to navigate a career change. In many instances, a strong resume will be a selling point when it comes to landing the job, even if other contenders may have more experience than you do in that exact role. As you go about crafting your resume in advance of a career change, here are some points to bear in mind

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Writing Your Resume | What Formatting Errors Should You Avoid?

Writing your resume is half of the battle; choosing a great format for your content is just as important as the quality of the content itself. Today's recruiters and hiring managers are inundated with resumes that are difficult to read, that are over the top in terms of graphics and colors, and that simply don't catch their eye aesthetically. Below are five common errors to avoid when formatting your resume.

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The Things You Never Want On Your Resume

While we all know the importance of including relevant work experience and accomplishments on a resume, there are a few points that you should absolutely skip over. A resume that’s written well can help you land a job, but one that’s written poorly can immediately land you in the “no” pile. To make sure that your resume stands out in a positive way, keep these elements off of the document.

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Chronological vs. Functional: Which Resume Format Is Best?

Crafting a resume entails more than just writing out the details of your skills, experiences, and accomplishments (although this is, of course, extremely important). Resumes should do more than convey your professional responsibilities and achievements—they should introduce who you are as a professional to potential employers. While there are many factors that can contribute to the personality of the document, including the style and the verbiage, the way in which your information is organized can make a tremendous difference in how you are perceived by hiring managers and recruiters. Ultimately, there are two major organizational approaches to choose from: chronological and functional.

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Common Resume Writing Myths Debunked

When it comes to proper resume writing, many people feel that they are experts, though few actually are. In fact, myths about how you should write a resume are constantly circulating the Internet, making it hard to decipher between fact and fiction. Luckily, the team at Chic Resumes by Grammar Chic is here to help. It’s time to shed some light on these common resume writing myths and debunk them for good.

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Why a Resume Objective is Obsolete

In a competitive job market, you need to ensure that your resume stands out from beginning to end. If you include any filler in the document, understand that the hiring manager looking at your resume will probably not hesitate to discard your application in favor of a more eye-catching document. In order to be certain that your resume pops from start to finish, you’ll want to consider swapping out your “objective” section for a summary of qualifications and core competencies section.

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