5 Common Resume Mistakes to Avoid

5 Common Resume Mistakes to Avoid

Your resume is often your first chance to make a positive impression on a potential employer. You don’t want to ruin this opportunity with a document that is full of errors, has a lot of words but doesn’t really say anything, or fails to show why you’re a strong...

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Building More Experience for Your Resume

Building More Experience for Your Resume

If you know you’re going to be looking for a new job, it can be a good idea to start preparing ahead of time. That means scoping out various job postings to see what is available, what interests you, and what qualifications employers are looking for. This allows you...

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Why The ‘Perfect’ Resume Doesn’t Exist

Why The ‘Perfect’ Resume Doesn’t Exist

You spend hours revising and tweaking your resume, researching tips on the best format, the best words to use, the best this or that. It’s enough to drive you crazy. And yet using what you think is the perfect resume still may not garner you interviews for every...

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Crafting Your Resume for Career Advancement

Crafting Your Resume for Career Advancement

Once you’ve joined the workforce, it’s a good idea to take a closer look at your career and figure out where you want to go. What type of role do you want to have 5, 10, or 20 years from now? Chances are, you’re not looking to stay in the same position you started off...

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How to Use Your Cover Letter More Effectively

How to Use Your Cover Letter More Effectively

Cover letters are something many job seekers dread writing. They’re not sure what to say or even whether a hiring manager will actually read it. But keep this in mind: if you send a cover letter, you have a 50/50 chance of the person reading it; if you don’t send a...

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Effectively Incorporating Dates into Your Resume

Effectively Incorporating Dates into Your Resume

A lot of confusion with resume writing – and especially formatting – centers on dates. How far should you go back? Do you include months and years or just years? Should dates go on the left or right side? What about completion dates for degrees or certifications? The...

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Make Your Resume Your Own

Make Your Resume Your Own

Bragging on yourself and writing your resume can be tough. It’s hard to know exactly what to include and what to leave off. This leads many people to check out their friends’ or colleagues’ resumes, or go online and search for samples. While that is perfectly fine to...

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Double-Checking for Errors on Your Resume

Double-Checking for Errors on Your Resume

A quick way to get your resume sent to the “no” pile is to submit a document that is littered with errors. Though a recruiter knows you weren’t a “sales manger” but rather a “sales manager,” it shows that you did not take the time to proofread, so what does that say...

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