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5 Quick Fixes to Clean Up Your Resume

When you pick up your resume, one of the first things you should notice is how it looks. Your eyes catches the document as a whole, not necessarily the actual text (though words in larger font do stand out). If your resume doesn’t look as polished and professional as you’d like, or something just seems […]

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Tackling Job Hopping on Your Resume

In years past, it was not unusual for a person to spend their whole career at one or two companies. Families settled in one area and that is where they stayed. Employees climbed their way through the ranks. While employees today are also moving up the corporate ladder, they’re doing so with different companies. People […]

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6 Reasons Why I Love Writing Resumes

As a professional writer — and the owner of a writing business — I can tell you that my day usually consists of a wide variety of different sorts of projects. Throw in running a business, overseeing remote employees, and well, my days are full, to say the absolute least. Stopping to take a breath the other day, I […]

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Revamping Your Resume Content to be More Effective

How long has it been since you really sat down and went through your resume with a fine-tooth comb? Are you guilty of simply tacking on new information without reviewing existing content? This not only increases the length of your resume unnecessarily, it can also lead to redundancies and outdated information. It’s time to take […]

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4 Benefits of a Hybrid Resume

When crafting your resume, you want to create a strong impression on a hiring manager and make a clear connection for why you’re a good fit for the job. This can be challenging if you’re a new graduate, you’ve been unemployed for a while, you’re making a career change, or you’re trying to shift into […]

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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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Spicing Up Boring Jobs on Your Resume

Let’s face it – not every job is wildly exciting and filled with interesting projects or endeavors. Some positions and industries simply don’t lend themselves to that type of work. And while you may see what you do as “boring,” you certainly don’t want a potential employer to see it that way. What you’re doing […]

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Addressing Previous Work Experience When Changing Careers

You’ve decided to make the leap and take your career in a different direction. Maybe this meant going back to school, volunteering, or leveraging your connections to get your foot in the door. But when it comes to updating your resume, what do you do with all of the previous work experience you have that […]

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Making Your Resume Stand Out – For the Right Reasons

Every job seeker wants to make their resume stand out from the competition. With so many people vying for the same position, blending in isn’t going to cut it. While some people use highly creative resumes – putting their information on a product label or creating a video – you want to be cautious about […]

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Harnessing Quality Over Quantity on Your Resume

One mistake that job seekers often make on their resumes is trying to cram in as much information as they can. They list every task they were responsible for or project they were even remotely involved in. While this can make you seem like a go-getter, it can also weigh down your resume. Attention spans […]

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