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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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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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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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Crafting your Resume for a Government Position

With President’s Day just around the corner, this can bring to mind the range of jobs available working for the government. Many job seekers think that they need to live near Washington, D.C. to land a government job, but in reality these positions exist throughout the country. There may even be opportunities to work around […]

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Tips for Tailoring your Cover Letter to make a Stronger Impression

There is much debate over the value of the cover letter. Some employers require one while others make it optional. A cover letter can provide a strong introduction to who you are and what you have to offer. It can entice the hiring manager to want to find out more. One of the worst things […]

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Incorporating Freelance Work into your Resume without Looking like a Job Hopper

There are many professionals who engage in freelancing throughout their career. It may be their main source of employment, or it could be a side job for extra money or experience. Whatever the reason, it can be a valuable addition to their resume to highlight skills and accomplishments as well as show initiative. However, some […]

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Stuck on Writing your Resume? Phone a Friend

After reading your resume over and over again in attempt to craft the perfect presentation, it can be difficult to look at it objectively. You may be at a loss for areas of improvement or inadvertently skip over small errors because you know what it should say. Your resume should be a fluid document that […]

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Too Old? Too Young? Prevent Age Discrimination from Sinking your Resume

Everyone knows that age discrimination in employment is illegal, but that doesn’t mean that it never happens. Sometimes the information that job seekers provide can unintentionally lead to discrimination. While many people think that age keeps older adults from landing jobs, it can also affect young adults. To level the playing field and have your […]

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