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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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Making Your Resume Stand Out – For the Right Reasons

Every job seeker wants to make their resume stand out from the competition. With so many people vying for the same position, blending in isn’t going to cut it. While some people use highly creative resumes – putting their information on a product label or creating a video – you want to be cautious about […]

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Does All Professional Development Belong on Your Resume?

When searching for a new job, you want to show potential employers that you have up-to-date training and knowledge. This comes across not only through your work experience and accomplishments, but also your education, certifications, and professional development. However, some jobs are more training-heavy than others. For instance, teachers and medical professionals are required to […]

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Could You Benefit from Hiring a Professional Resume Writer?

When it comes to your career, a strong resume is an important document to have on hand. You never know when an amazing job opportunity will come along, or when you may find yourself searching. There are plenty of resources available regarding resume writing, but it can be overwhelming and tough to decide exactly which […]

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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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Is It Time to Update Your Resume?

Your resume is a work in progress; a fluid document that changes with the times. Or at least it should be. If your resume is a file lost in the abyss of your computer and one you rarely think to look at, you may want to take a new approach. Oftentimes people don’t think to […]

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Post-Interview Thank You: What Should You Say?

One of the biggest mistakes job seekers make following an interview is not sending a thank you note – regardless of how the interview went. Whether it was the best interview of your life and you’re confident you landed the job or you couldn’t wait to leave and know you don’t want the position, you […]

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There is No Perfect Resume: Finding What Works for You

If you’ve ever asked others for advice while updating your resume, you’ve surely heard differing opinions on what you should and shouldn’t include, how to phrase things, the font, the style, the length, and everything else imaginable. These answers are all correct and yet incorrect too. The truth is, there is no perfect, one-size-fits-all formula […]

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Why You Shouldn’t Overlook the Value of Volunteer Work on Your Resume

Your resume is often the first impression a potential employer gets of you. Of course, you want it to be professional and reflect your career achievements, your education and training, and your key abilities. But where does volunteer work fit in? Many people overlook volunteering because it’s unpaid and may not be directly related to […]

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