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Reasons Why You Should Consider a Resume Writing Package as a Graduation Gift

As spring semester at many colleges begins to wind down and graduation looms on the horizon, thousands of students are beginning their job searching. A resume writing package is an ideal gift for a new graduate to help them get off on the right foot and make a strong first impression on potential employers. The […]

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For Mentors: Where Does Mentoring Belong on a Resume?

When it comes to career building, networking is an essential component to not only forming profitable connections, but also developing critical job skills. A major facet of networking—and one that is critical to career development—is that of mentorships. Mentorships are extremely helpful to budding professionals, whether they gain guidance from a professor, a supervisor or […]

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What to do if a Job Title Takes Explaining on a Resume (AKA Should I Change My Title to Something More Common in the Job Market?)

Job titles vary from company to company. It all depends on the nature of the business and the people in charge. Some companies get very creative while others stick to the industry norm. However, when it comes to writing a resume, many people wonder whether they should use their official job title, or change it […]

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The Importance of Including Education on a Resume

Educational experience is a very important asset to job seekers—especially those who are just making their first foray into the job market. However, since the education section of the resume is often brief, job seekers can sometimes forget just how important this experience is. What Academics and Training Can Say That Job Experience Can’t Professional […]

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Where Do I Work? Tips for Listing Telecommute Jobs on Your Resume

In today’s highly technological world, it is not uncommon for employees to spend part or all of their time working remotely. Some employees split their time between the office and their home, while others work from home full time. This can become a confusing area when it comes to writing your resume, however. For employees […]

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Are You A Trustworthy Employee? Skills to Highlight to Show Dependability

  In today’s job market, employers certainly have their pick of candidates—but that does not mean they will take anyone who sends in an application. Even with all the right skills and experience, companies want to hire individuals who exude confidence; as an employer, it is the only way to know you can trust in […]

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Simple Matters – Tips for Simplifying Your Resume and Why You Should

At Chic Resumes we follow a strict rule to write, edit and format resumes that are crisp, clean and able to hold the attention of hiring managers. However, it is common for job seekers to get anxiety when omitting certain things on their resumes—particularly when those features correlate to one’s professional brand. With the right […]

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Didn’t Get the Job? What Questions to Ask to Improve Your Resume

When applying for jobs, you want to make sure that you are putting your best foot forward. Many people think that just because their spouse, best friend, co-worker, or someone else has looked over their resume that it is ready to go. They may send out dozens of copies and still not get the response […]

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A Fool’s Game: Common Misperceptions About Resumes

April starts a new month, leads into our new spring season and for many, it offers a chance of new direction when it comes to career development. While the spring season certainly delivers a fresh sense of optimism, April starts off with a holiday to make fools of us all. Although April Fool’s Day can […]

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Translating Family Business Experience onto a Resume

This Saturday, March 29, is National Mom and Pop Business Owners Day—an event that not only raises awareness of hardworking small businesses, but the important role these establishments play in our economy. While we celebrate the value of small, family-owned businesses in our communities, it is important for those working within a “mom and pop” […]

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