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Particular Order: Why Resume Organization Matters

Have you ever known someone who provided you with a list of something—say, favorite movies, favorite books, favorite cocktails, favorite vacation spots—and made clear to you that the list was in no particular order? Well, when making a list, no particular order can be a perfectly fine mantra; when making a resume, however, it’s a […]

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Tooting Your Own Horn: Taking Due Credit on Your Resume

While it’s true that your resume should be about showing how you can benefit a future employer, it’s also all about you. It’s your opportunity to showcase what makes you stand out and what you have accomplished. Often job seekers will downplay their achievements because they were part of a team or don’t want to […]

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Using your Resume for More than just Job Boards

Oftentimes when people think of applying for jobs, one of the first things that comes to their mind is job boards. These online resources have become a staple when it comes to employment. Not only is this where many employers turn to post available openings, it is where job seekers go on the hunt to […]

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Where Does “Stay-at-Home Parent” Fit on your Resume?

There is no denying that childcare can be expensive. A remedy to this situation for many families is having one parent stay at home while the other works. Stay-at-home parenting requires a lot of work, but is not necessarily something you want to list on your resume. This can be a struggle when you are […]

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How Personal Should Your Resume Be?

It goes without saying that your resume will certainly be somewhat personal in nature because it is about your background and experiences. Your training, accomplishments, and activities will not be the same as anyone else’s; these things are unique to you. But there are different levels of personal. You want the information you include to […]

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Dust off your Resume for Spring and Revitalize your Job Search

Spring is in full swing. As you clean out the closets and spruce up the yard, why not stop to dust the cobwebs off of your resume? While many people are getting rid of the old to make room for the new, they often forget about their resume, especially if they’re not in the midst […]

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Customizing Your Resume is Easier than you Think

One of the most common pieces of advice for job seekers is to tailor their resume to each position for which they apply. This allows them to increase their appeal and competitiveness by better aligning with what the employer is looking for. At first this can seem very overwhelming and time consuming. A different resume […]

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Valuable Real Estate: Maximizing Space on your Resume

Hiring managers spend a short amount of time reviewing your resume before they decide if you make the cut to the next stage. This means that using available space most effectively is key. You don’t want to leave out important details that make you stand out, but you also don’t want to overwhelm them with […]

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Make your Resume Pop with Powerful Verbs

One trap that many job seekers fall into is using the same tired verbs over and over again on their resume. One bullet point blends into the next and there is not much to make accomplishments stand out or pack a punch. Why stick with the boring “Responsible for …” that leads into a laundry […]

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Getting Back in the Game: Crafting Your Resume after a Gap in Employment

There are many reasons why a job seeker may have taken time off in their career. They may have chosen to stay home and raise their children, go back to school, travel, volunteer, or care for another family member. Perhaps they were recovering from illness or injury. Maybe they got laid off and were struggling […]

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