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Tips for Decluttering Your Resume

Your resume may have all of the essential information that employers are looking for, but if they can’t easily find it, you may risk rejection. Part of the problem may be your format, while another issue may be that it is too cluttered and busy. You want your resume to look professional while conveying the […]

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Tips for Tying Together a Seemingly Scattered Job History on your Resume

In today’s economy and job market, switching jobs is nothing surprising. There are many people who have left one employer for another, changed positions, or shifted their career focus all together. There is no steadfast rule that says you must stay in one industry for your entire career. Some people move around trying to figure […]

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Why Using Spell Check on Your Resume is not Enough: Proofreading Matters

When it comes to your resume, grammar and spelling matter. You may have outstanding qualifications, but if your resume is littered with errors, you run the risk of being overlooked. If you couldn’t take the time or effort to check for mistakes before applying, what does this indicate about the quality of your work should […]

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Ways A Resume Can Make A Job Seeker Look Unenthusiastic

Hiring is an expensive process—it takes resources and time from an employer to sift through resumes, interview, do background checks and bring in new personnel to a company. With that in mind, the last thing a hiring manager wants to do is waste the company’s time with an applicant who is not standing out. Those […]

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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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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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