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Grammar Chic, Inc. Earns Better Business Bureau Accreditation

When searching out companies to work with, it is important to find ones with a solid reputation that you know you can trust. You want to ensure that you’re doing business with a company that will treat you fairly and honestly. Grammar Chic is committed to providing exceptional service to its clients and is proud […]

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Turning a Negative Job Experience into a Positive on Your Resume

Not every job works out like you had hoped. Perhaps once you started, you found out that the role wasn’t exactly what it was presented to be. Maybe you didn’t get along with your coworkers. Maybe things unfolded in a way you had no control over and affected your position. Or maybe you just realized […]

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Finding Balance Between Technical Expertise and Emotional IQ

Writing a resume is an art form. There is not a one-size-fits-all formula or template you can paste your information in to and be on your way. Everyone’s experience is different. One challenge that many job seekers struggle with is finding the balance between showcasing their technical skills and demonstrating their humanity – that they’re […]

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Cleaning Up Your Online Presence Before Engaging in a Job Search

When you meet someone new or are thinking of doing business with someone, what is one of the first things you do? Google them. That’s exactly what employers do too when they’re evaluating applicants for open positions. In today’s world, it’s kind of hard to not have an online presence unless you stay off the […]

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Asking Questions at the End of Your Job Interview

During your job interview, you can expect to be asked a lot of questions—questions about your skillsets, your employment history, and your reasons for seeking a new job, among other topics. At the end of your interview, though, the tables will be turned; almost without fail, interviewers conclude things by asking what questions they can […]

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Do You Need Separate Versions of Your Resume?

If you’re applying to several different types of positions, you may think that you need several versions of your resume in order to do so. And this is true – to an extent. Each time you submit your resume, it should be tailored to the specific job you are applying for. But that does not […]

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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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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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PDF or Word: How Should You Save and Send Your Resume?

Once you’ve put the final touches on your resume and are ready to apply for a job, the big question becomes, do you save and send it as PDF file or a Word file? There are advantages and disadvantages to using both, and it largely depends on how it is being submitted. Before you decide, […]

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