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How Much Information is Too Much on Your Resume?

Your resume provides potential employers with a quick snapshot of who are you, and what you have to offer. You want to provide enough information that they can determine your skills and accomplishments (and want to learn more), but not so much that it is overwhelming or confusing. It can be a fine line. There […]

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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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Tailoring Your Resume for a Startup Company

When it comes to your resume, doing your research and tailoring it for the role is key. What the hiring manager at a well-established Fortune 500 business is looking for is not necessarily the same as what the hiring manager at a startup business is looking for. They have different cultures and objectives. A startup […]

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What Makes for an Effective Cover Letter?

Some job seekers view cover letters as something extra; an add-on that employers just gloss over anyway. After all, isn’t your resume where the most important information is? Yes and no. A well-written cover letter can convey information that may not be as evident in your resume and also provides a stronger case for your […]

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4 Signs Your Resume Needs a Reboot

Writing a resume can be tough. The job market is highly competitive and not having the right information or format can decrease your chances of landing an interview. Hiring managers – or their ATS – know exactly what they’re looking for. But for job seekers, it can be difficult to balance what to include and […]

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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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Why Your Resume Shouldn’t Be ‘One-Size-Fits-All’

When you’re desperate to find a new job, it can be tempting to throw your hat into the ring for any job that you have the slightest interest in or potential of landing – even if it’s not the best fit. The quickest way to do this is to create a catch-all resume that hits […]

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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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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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