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Don’t Push Your Luck with a Generic Resume

When it comes to finding a job, you may be willing to settle for whatever you can get your hands on until the right opportunity comes along. Or perhaps you really have no idea exactly what you want to do because you’re experienced in many areas. While you should be proud of your ability to […]

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Do Hobbies Belong on Your Resume?

When it comes to resumes, there’s a lot of hype about making yourself stand out from the competition. The job market is fierce, so you want to position yourself as best as possible and make employers want to learn more about you and not the other guy. Some people try to achieve this by making […]

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College Spotlight: Creating a Resume for Internships

As spring semester winds down, many college students are applying for summer internships to gain professional experience, build their skills, and put their knowledge to use. Many employers require a resume as part of the application process, and this can be tough, especially when you feel as though you don’t have a lot of experience […]

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Post-Interview Thank You: What Should You Say?

One of the biggest mistakes job seekers make following an interview is not sending a thank you note – regardless of how the interview went. Whether it was the best interview of your life and you’re confident you landed the job or you couldn’t wait to leave and know you don’t want the position, you […]

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Is Job Hopping an Automatic Red Flag on Your Resume?

For older generations, it was not uncommon to stay with the same company for 20 years or more. Employees found a career and company they liked and stuck with it. However, nowadays, it’s more common for employees to change jobs after just a few years. Job hopping used to be seen as a black mark […]

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Conquering the Politics of Resume Writing

In an ideal world, there would be no bias or discrimination when it comes to reviewing resumes or hiring candidates. However, we live in an imperfect world, and try as they might, recruiters and hiring managers may still have inadvertent or subconscious biases. The best thing that job seekers can do is remove any information […]

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What Should Your Summary of Qualifications Include?

If you’ve spent any time working on your resume over the past few years, or even skimming job-related articles, you’ve probably seen that objectives are out and summaries are in. But even knowing this crucial fact, it can still be challenging to figure out what you’re supposed to say at the top of your resume. […]

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There is No Perfect Resume: Finding What Works for You

If you’ve ever asked others for advice while updating your resume, you’ve surely heard differing opinions on what you should and shouldn’t include, how to phrase things, the font, the style, the length, and everything else imaginable. These answers are all correct and yet incorrect too. The truth is, there is no perfect, one-size-fits-all formula […]

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Why Objectives on Your Resume are Out and Summaries are In

If you haven’t touched your resume in more than a decade – or are following outdated advice – chances are, it may include an objective. While this used to be common practice, it’s not anymore. Objectives are out the window and the more coveted summary of qualifications have taken their place. As a job seeker, […]

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Underqualified? Make Your Resume Show Your Potential

Imagine it: You’re scanning job openings and you find a position that seems right up your alley and are confident that you could be successful. Then you get to the bottom and see that it lists qualifications that you don’t have. Should you chalk it up to a loss and move on? Not necessarily. Properly […]

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