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How a One-Page Resume Can Hurt Your Job Search

There has been great debate about resume length over the years. Some people are firm believers that it should be no more than one page. After all, recruiters spend less than a minute – and sometimes mere seconds – evaluating whether or not they are interested. From this perspective, a single page would make sense. […]

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6 Common Resume Writing Questions Answered

Resume writing is, in a way, an art form. It takes practice and you’ve got to stay up-to-date with changing trends and expectations. The resume you used to get a job 10 years ago may not be as beneficial in today’s job market. Job seekers often have many questions about what their resume should or […]

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Bringing your Resume into the 21st Century

As with many things in life, resumes have evolved over the years. The formatting, content, and style have all gone through changes. If it’s been a few years since you’ve updated your resume, there’s a good chance that it could have dated features. For instance, hardly anyone uses AOL anymore, so it’s a good idea […]

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How to Conduct an Out-of-State Job Search

Are you plotting a move to a new city or state—perhaps going along with your spouse or significant other, who has just landed an amazing new gig that requires relocation? If so, you may need to find a new job for yourself—but conducting an out-of-state job search brings its own set of questions and challenges. […]

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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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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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Slashing Unnecessary Details from your Resume

While you want your resume to provide a clear reflection of who you are and what you can do, there are some details that you can do without – at least on your resume. You can always provide additional information in an interview should the employer ask. But when you’re trying to keep your resume […]

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4 Less Obvious Resume Mistakes you may be Overlooking

Spelling and grammar? Check. Correct contact information? Check. No objective or “references upon request” line? Check. While these are a few of the common things you may look for as you’re working on your resume, there are some lesser known mistakes that could be plaguing you as well. They are things you may not have […]

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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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