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5 Quick Fixes to Clean Up Your Resume

When you pick up your resume, one of the first things you should notice is how it looks. Your eyes catches the document as a whole, not necessarily the actual text (though words in larger font do stand out). If your resume doesn’t look as polished and professional as you’d like, or something just seems […]

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Why Autumn is a Great Time to Update your Resume

The year is starting to wind to a close. Summer vacation is over, the kids are back in school, and fall and winter holidays are quickly approaching. Before you get caught up making Halloween costumes, deciding who’s cooking the Thanksgiving turkey, and trying to coordinate countless holiday events and parties, take the time to update […]

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Addressing Lack of Education on your Resume

A common section on any resume – and typically any job description – is education. Employers want to know what type of training you have and what degrees you hold. This can be a frustrating part of resume writing if you have not completed any higher education and jumped right into the workforce. Do you […]

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Personal Details Better Left Off of Your Resume

Yes, your resume is a personal document because it is all about you and what you have done, but you don’t want to make it too personal. There are some details that are better left off to help protect yourself against unintentional bias or discrimination. Furthermore, many of these items are simply irrelevant and take […]

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Revamping Your Resume Content to be More Effective

How long has it been since you really sat down and went through your resume with a fine-tooth comb? Are you guilty of simply tacking on new information without reviewing existing content? This not only increases the length of your resume unnecessarily, it can also lead to redundancies and outdated information. It’s time to take […]

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Details You May Not Have Considered for Your Cover Letter

Writing a cover letter can be tough. You don’t want to sound overly enthusiastic, but you also don’t want to sound like a bore. You also want to highlight what makes you a great fit for the company and position without rehashing your entire resume. There’s a fine line to tread. To overcome these obstacles […]

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4 Benefits of a Hybrid Resume

When crafting your resume, you want to create a strong impression on a hiring manager and make a clear connection for why you’re a good fit for the job. This can be challenging if you’re a new graduate, you’ve been unemployed for a while, you’re making a career change, or you’re trying to shift into […]

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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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Distracting Resume Details that Can Work Against You

Many people take a “big picture” approach to their resumes. They make sure that all of the foundational information that a hiring manager would be looking for is there. This is great because you definitely want to include your contact information, skills, accomplishments, education, and other essentials. However, failing to address smaller details can work […]

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Where Does Relocation Fit into Your Job Search Materials?

There are many people who are not tied to where they live and are open to exploring different cities and states. Perhaps they’re even eager to relocate and have a change of scenery. Other people know they’ll be moving soon due to a spouse’s job or because they want to be closer to family. Whatever […]

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