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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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The Weight of Resume Paper: What Should You Print On?

Yes, of course—digital resumes are rapidly becoming important assets to the modern jobseeker. However, for those living in a tech-savvy world, it is important to remember that the printed resume still plays a major part in landing an interview—and advancing a career. Whether a job seeker is dishing out CVs at a job fair or […]

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Bridging Gaps in Your Resume: Explaining Unemployment

One concern that many people have when it comes to their resume is how to explain gaps in employment. Whether they took time off to raise their children or to go back to school, or got laid off, they worry that it may negatively impact their chances of landing a job. It is not as […]

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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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Common Resume Writing Myths Debunked

When it comes to proper resume writing, many people feel that they are experts, though few actually are. In fact, myths about how you should write a resume are constantly circulating the Internet, making it hard to decipher between fact and fiction. Luckily, the team at Chic Resumes by Grammar Chic is here to help. It’s time to shed some light on these common resume writing myths and debunk them for good.

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Why You Shouldn’t Ignore Your Failure

Failure is a tricky thing. It’s rarely acknowledged, and when it is, it’s quickly followed up by a, “But here’s how we’ll avoid it next time.” Particularly in business, failure is not typically something to be analyzed or studied; it is supposed to be brushed under the rug as quickly as possible. But while no one strives for failure, there is actually a lot to be learned from acknowledging what went wrong at work and why it happened. In fact, acknowledging mistakes whole-heartedly is often an effective way for a business professional to enhance their company’s brand in the long run. This kind of candor is unusual, and may lead to some insights that shape company policy and make the business more effective in the future.

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Why Is a Resume Important?

When you think of a resume, the first thing that comes to mind is probably a job search. Sure, resumes are key in the successful hunt for a new professional position, but there are many other reasons why you should have an updated, polished resume on hand at all times. Below are a few of the occasions upon which you will need to have a great document ready for distribution.

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