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4 Reasons Why Your Resume Isn’t Getting Interviews

You have done your homework and scoped out some great job opportunities.  They fit with your interests and abilities, and you are sure you are a good fit.  You submit your resume and wait.  And wait.  And wait.  So why isn’t anyone calling? Even if you know you are qualified for a job, you have […]

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Editing Down Your Work Experience: What Really Matters?

One of the most daunting challenges of writing a resume is deciding what, exactly, to include. Odds are that if you listed every single responsibility you have held, skill you have used, and accomplishment you have achieved, your resume would far exceed the industry standard in terms of length (and it would never be read […]

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How Your Hobbies Can Land You Your Dream Job

So you love knitting, cooking, playing with your nieces and nephews, and traveling. Terrific! It’s great that you’ve found something you’re passionate about. But when it comes time to write your resume, you can’t exactly use these interests in place of the computer skills, communication abilities, and other requirements for a particular job. However, this […]

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Keywords: Does Your Resume Need Them?

One of the most frustrating aspects of a job search is the creation of an effective resume. If you are going at it alone in the writing of your resume, it’s important that you understand all of the components that this document needs in order to not only reflect you in the best possible light, […]

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7 Common Mistakes When Writing a Resume

Rushed, unthoughtful resumes lead to joblessness. Does that sound like fun? It shouldn’t. Below are 7 common mistakes we often come across on resumes and how you can avoid them and, hopefully, win that life-changing interview. Tailoring Resumes to Everyone Each resume you send out should be unique to the job. There is no cookie […]

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5 Ways to Improve Your Online Presence

Gone are the days when searching for a new job meant hand-delivering your resume and waiting for phone calls from employers who were interested. Today's job hunts are much more complex, thanks to the World Wide Web. From online applications to email, the Internet has provided new methods of communication between companies and interested candidates.

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New Year’s Resolutions for a More Successful Job Search

As you ring in the new year it's important to keep your eye on the goals you want to achieve during 2014. If you are currently looking for a new position, you may want to focus some of your resolutions on revamping your job search. But what, exactly, can you do to start 2014 off on the right foot? Below are some great resolutions that you can make to give your job search a jumpstart.

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Why You Absolutely Must Tailor Your Resume to a Job Description

When a company puts out a job listing, they’re probably going to get hundreds of responses. So how can you make sure that your resume doesn’t fall into the abyss, never to be seen by a hiring manager?

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Writing Your Resume | What Formatting Errors Should You Avoid?

Writing your resume is half of the battle; choosing a great format for your content is just as important as the quality of the content itself. Today's recruiters and hiring managers are inundated with resumes that are difficult to read, that are over the top in terms of graphics and colors, and that simply don't catch their eye aesthetically. Below are five common errors to avoid when formatting your resume.

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