Make Your Resume Your Own

Make Your Resume Your Own

Bragging on yourself and writing your resume can be tough. It’s hard to know exactly what to include and what to leave off. This leads many people to check out their friends’ or colleagues’ resumes, or go online and search for samples. While that is perfectly fine to...
Double-Checking for Errors on Your Resume

Double-Checking for Errors on Your Resume

A quick way to get your resume sent to the “no” pile is to submit a document that is littered with errors. Though a recruiter knows you weren’t a “sales manger” but rather a “sales manager,” it shows that you did not take the time to proofread, so what does that say...
Upping Your Cover Letter Game

Upping Your Cover Letter Game

The primary focus of many people when applying for a job is their resume. This is where the majority of their effort goes, and they often forget about the cover letter, or quickly scrape something together at the last minute. There are also plenty of people who forego...