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Prepping your Resume for College Graduation

College graduation is right around the corner and with it comes an influx of new job seekers. This means more people vying for the same jobs. New graduates have the benefit of current education but sometimes the drawback of little professional experience. With the excitement of having your diploma in hand, don’t forget to prepare […]

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Not Your Mama’s Job Hunt: Show your Personality with a Kick-Ass LinkedIn Profile

When Leonardo da Vinci penned the first resume back in 1482, he unknowingly sparked a trend that has carried on for centuries. His resume showed the Duke of Milan exactly why he was what the Duke was looking for and how he could be of benefit. He was an innovator. And while the job search […]

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How Much Experience Should Your Resume Include?

One hang-up that many people have when writing their resume is how much work experience they should include. Do you need to list every job you’ve had since college? Is the most recent 10 years enough? Where do part-time or short-term jobs fit in? These are questions that people regularly stumble over, but there is […]

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Post Interview: Finishing Strong with a Powerful Thank You Note

Many job seekers are under the impression that once they leave the interview, their work is done and everything is in the hands of the hiring manager. This is not necessarily true. A well-crafted thank you note can be an effective way of not only showing gratitude but also reinforcing your interest and qualifications for […]

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Getting Back in the Game: Crafting Your Resume after a Gap in Employment

There are many reasons why a job seeker may have taken time off in their career. They may have chosen to stay home and raise their children, go back to school, travel, volunteer, or care for another family member. Perhaps they were recovering from illness or injury. Maybe they got laid off and were struggling […]

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Formatting Tips: Elevate your Resume from Plain to Professional

  While the content of your resume critical, the format plays an important role as well. You may have exceptional experience, results, and expertise, but if employers can’t quickly find what they are looking for, you run the risk of being overlooked. A resume that is packed densely with blocks of text, has no real […]

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Showing your Value on an Entry-Level Resume

Job hunting can be challenging no matter your experience level, but it can be particularly tough for entry-level candidates who may feel that they lack the experience to compete. Coming out of college you may be confident in what you have learned but not have a lot of real-world experience that shows you can apply […]

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3 Details you may be Overlooking on your Resume

If you think your resume is pretty solid but you’re not getting the results you were looking for, there is a chance that there are a few things you may have overlooked. Your resume may have a lot of great information, but if it is missing key features, the impact may not be as strong. […]

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Why your Resume Still Matters – Even if You’re on LinkedIn

The world today is very technology-centered. The Internet has become the go-to resource for doing everything from finding information and connecting with friends to paying bills and booking trips. This is also where many people turn to find jobs. Though newspapers do still advertise job openings, the Internet gives job seekers access to a much […]

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Overcoming Writer’s Block on your Resume

In an effort to create an engaging resume that will catch an employer’s attention, sometimes job seekers get stuck on what to write. Your mind goes blank on anything of significance you did in your last job that makes you sound impressive, or you can’t think of relevant skills that may be applicable. Perhaps you […]

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