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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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Finding Balance When Presenting Your Job History

When creating your resume, how far back should you go? Should you showcase all 40+ years that you’ve been in the workforce, or should you consolidate and just highlight the past several years? Depending on your history and the type of position you’re applying for, the answer may vary. Also, don’t forget that your resume […]

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Avoiding Age Discrimination on Your Resume

While the Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA) prohibits employers from using age as a discriminating factor in hiring (and any other aspect of employment), it still happens. Employers may not even realize that subconsciously they’re thinking about a person’s age while reviewing their resume because it is so obviously highlighted. Taking steps to put […]

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Why Sending a Thank You Note is More Than Proper Etiquette

You walk out of an interview feeling a sense of relief that it’s over, yet replaying it again in your mind trying to analyze how it went. Now it’s time to wait and see what happens. Wrong. Now it’s time to sit down and write out a thank you note to everyone you interviewed with. […]

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5 Ways to OWN Your Autumn Job Search

For families, summer is often jam-packed with vacations, camps, and activities; for businesses, it can be something of a downtime. Once autumn comes, though, most companies are ready to kick into high-gear for the remainder of the year, which means creating new positions and filling vacant ones. In fact, autumn is traditionally the season in […]

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4 Benefits of Hiring a Professional Resume Writing Company

When it comes to writing your resume, should you forge the path alone or hire a professional? The consensus tends to be divided. Some people feel that they’re able to effectively capture their experience and strengths in a format that will help them get their foot in the door. Others are unsure exactly what to […]

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