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Think Twice Before Lying on a Resume

Perhaps job seekers are motivated to fudge their years of experience in order to land an employment opportunity. Maybe some have found that faking expertise with software is the way to gain an interview. Others may find that falsifying their educational background is just a way to get in the door in a competitive job […]

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How Your Resume Can Show What You Are Looking For

Writing your resume is a careful balancing act between showing employers that you can do what they are asking for and also demonstrating other strengths that you bring to the table. You want to find a job that makes you happy and utilizes your skills and experiences, helping you to continue growing and developing. But […]

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The Work History of the Resume

While there is no doubt that resumes are incredibly important for job seekers today, where resumes came from can be quite a mystery. If you dread putting together your CV, it helps to know that our ancestors have been doing something of the same sort for centuries. We put together this infographic to pay homage […]

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Resume Formatting Mistakes That Could Cost You an Interview

When it comes to resumes, many people may find that they are still using the same format from decades ago—especially if they are re-entering the job market after years of employment. While it is an admirable goal to get your work history on paper, we at Chic Resumes know that presentation of your skills and […]

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How to Adapt Your Creative Portfolio to a Corporate Style Resume

Resumes are designed to show a body of work in a nice, neat package—but what happens if your work is a collection of creativity? Portfolios, reels and demos are often what many use as a resume in the creative field—including graphic designers, musicians, artists, writers and directors. However, many starving artists find that in applying […]

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Writing a Summary of Qualifications That Will Sell You to Employers

It is a commonly accepted fact that recruiters spend only a short amount of time scanning resumes before deciding whether or not they make the cut. Some hiring managers say they spend less than 30 seconds perusing what an applicant has to offer. This means that you have a very short window of opportunity in […]

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Do You Need a Digital Resume? No Doubt.

More than two of every five employers who have looked up candidates on social media have found reasons not to hire them. But you monitor your social media activity, don’t post about any taboo subjects, and project a wholesome image. So what does that have to do with you? It means employers are looking you […]

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How Volunteering Can Boost Your Resume and Job Search

While volunteering can be a great way to give back and get involved in the community, it can also lead to personal gains. Not only can you support others and improve their lives, you simultaneously do the same for yourself. Volunteering can have a positive impact on your resume and enhance your job search efforts. […]

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3 Important Steps to Manage Your Online Identity

Establishing your professional identity involves more than joining networking groups to meet people, creating a Twitter account for professional conversation, and building an amazing resume to impress employers. Your overall online presence can make or break your opportunities. Chances are, when a potential employer sees your resume on his or her desk, the next thing […]

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Is One Resume Enough? Multiple Resumes Take Work, But Can Payoff

When it comes to the job hunt, one thing is certain among employers—they are looking for candidates that stand out. However, standing out is not always a surefire way to land an interview, as employers and computerized job searches will instantly weed out any resume that fails to meet the desired skills. As the U.S. […]

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