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Reduce Stress in Your Job Search with Customizable Email Messages

One of the main components of an effective job search is communication. Networking and referrals can help you connect with job opportunities and get a foot in the door. Following up on resume submissions and interviews shows you’re still interested and reminds employers of what you have to offer. But what you say and how […]

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Do You Still Need to Put Your Address on Your Resume?

The job search process has changed a lot over the years. We’ve shifted from the days where job openings were posted on store fronts and in newspapers to websites and online job boards. In many cases, you’re uploading or emailing your resume, not handing out hard copies. When an employer wants to get in touch […]

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New Grad + No Experience: What Does that Mean for your Resume?

Tis the season of college graduations. Eager younger adults with diplomas in hand are in hot pursuit of jobs that will let them put their years of education and training to use. However, they are still competing with more experienced professionals and the job market is fierce. Having a strong resume is a must to […]

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Demystifying the Purpose of Core Competencies on your Resume

Applying for jobs has come a long way in recent years. It is rare for someone to submit a hard copy of their resume to a potential employer. Yes, there are exceptions such as job fairs or through mutual connections, but most applications are completed online or via email. And oftentimes an applicant tracking system […]

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How Job Descriptions Can Help You Revamp your Resume

All that time you spend scrolling through job openings to find the perfect fit can actually help you as you’re polishing up your resume and getting ready to apply. For one, it exposes you to the wide variety of meanings a job title can hold. One company’s definition of an account manager or customer relations […]

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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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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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Structuring Your Resume for a Career Change

Change now and then is good. It keeps things interesting and keeps you learning. After spending a few years working in a certain field, you may realize that you want to use your skills in a different way, or pursue a new career all together. It’s not uncommon for people to go back to school […]

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