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Formatting Choices that Can Hurt Your Resume

If you’ve ever skimmed the Internet for resume examples, you’ll find dozens of samples ranging from very simple to very complex. With so many different options and choices, it can be overwhelming trying to decide exactly how to set up your own resume. Do you stick with black and white or add a splash of […]

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How to Create a Core Competencies Section on Your Resume

Recruiters spend just a few seconds skimming your resume to decide whether they want to learn more or move on. An easy way to attract their attention – and that of ATS – is to have a solid core competencies section that quickly highlights your key skills. One mistake that job seekers often make is […]

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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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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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Is your Resume’s Style Working For or Against You?

How your resume looks is just as important as what it says. After all, if your resume is a jumbled mess and looks unprofessional, is a hiring manager going to take the time to stop and read it? Probably not. You want your resume to be clean, crisp, and visually appealing – not to mention […]

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Why Objectives on Your Resume are Out and Summaries are In

If you haven’t touched your resume in more than a decade – or are following outdated advice – chances are, it may include an objective. While this used to be common practice, it’s not anymore. Objectives are out the window and the more coveted summary of qualifications have taken their place. As a job seeker, […]

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Why Lying on Your Resume is Never a Good Idea

It can be tempting to tell little white lies on your resume. After all, the job market is competitive and you want to give yourself a fighting chance. And what’s the big deal about changing a few details here and there or embellishing a bit? Here’s the problem: It can lead to a lot more […]

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Why Autumn Is a Great Time to Update your Resume

If you’ve been putting off updating your resume, the time to stop procrastinating is now. The longer you wait, the more likely you are to forget valuable information and accomplishments. One year fades into the next and older projects get replaced by newer ones. Autumn is an ideal time to shake the cobwebs off of […]

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Will a Creative Resume Help or Hinder your Job Search?

There’s no denying that the job market is competitive. There are dozens – and sometimes hundreds – of people applying for the same position. Job seekers feel pressured to do what they can to make a positive impression and stand out. They want to be memorable and catch a hiring manager’s attention. One way that […]

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Asking the Right Questions at Your Next Interview

A job interview isn’t just about an employer vetting the applicant; it’s also about the applicant vetting the employer. There is no better time to ask some questions, do some digging, and ensure that the position in question is truly a good fit for you. In fact, failure to ask some good, thoughtful questions can […]

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