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Your Resume Isn’t your Facebook Page – Don’t Treat it as Such

  When it comes to writing their resume, many people wonder exactly what details they should be sharing and what they should be keeping to themselves. Remember that your resume is a professional document intended to demonstrate your skills, experience, and accomplishments to potential employers. It is designed to land you an interview, not disclose […]

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Would Your Resume Pass a Hiring Manager’s First Scan?

It is well known throughout the job market that hiring managers spend little time giving resumes a once-over to weed out who makes the cut and who doesn’t. This is why it is so important to have a polished, professional resume that clearly conveys what you have to offer and attracts positive attention. It is […]

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5 Resume Tips for Seniors to Stay Competitive

The job market has gotten increasingly competitive over the years forcing job seekers to step up their game. It’s no longer enough to have a mediocre resume when there are many people vying for the same position. For older job seekers, they often worry that, although they have a great deal of experience, their age […]

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Didn’t Get the Job? How to Use Your Interview to Improve Your Resume

The goal of your resume is to land an interview which then helps you to land a job. While your resume may get you to the interview stage, this may not be enough to keep you moving forward. This can seem like vicious circle at times, but rather than letting a rejection get you down, […]

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Is Resume Length Holding You Back? Here are Some Ways to Fix It

Resume length is a topic often up for debate. Some people hold fast to the belief that it should be no more than one page, while others seem to have no limit in mind. A one-page resume is suitable for new graduates or those just starting out in a particular field, but those with several […]

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Why Hiring Managers Hate Your Resume

If you have been submitting your resume to multiple positions with little response, it may not just be the competitive nature of the job market. It could be that your resume isn’t as polished as you think and contains some nuances that are turning off hiring managers. There is certain information that employers simply don’t […]

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Reducing the Impact of Job Hopping on your Resume

While some people have a long history of working for a single company, others have moved from job to job over the years. This may be due to their own choosing or for reasons beyond their control. Regardless of the cause, having a career history that hops from job to job within a relatively short […]

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Making the Most of Downtime to Enhance your Resume

One of the worst things a job seeker can do is sit idly by waiting for a job opportunity to present itself. Whether you get laid off, take time off to raise your family, or find yourself otherwise unemployed, the key is to stay active and not let your skills lapse. Job searching can be […]

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Jack of all Trades: How a Broad Resume can Hurt your Job Search

It is wonderful to have a broad range of abilities and interests. Oftentimes employees wear many hats and may have developed numerous skills throughout their career. This allows them to be adaptable and take on different projects. Entrepreneurs in particular may have assumed many roles. However, when it comes to your resume, being a jack […]

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Maximizing Internship Experience on your Resume

For new graduates and entry-level professionals, creating a resume can be challenging if they do not have much experience to fall back on. While they have taken all of the coursework and earned their degree, it is also important to show application of these skills. Internships can be a great way to highlight hands-on experience […]

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