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Writing a Resume

3 Key Things That Will Transform Your Resume Into A Winner

Mary Eileen Williams | Posted 08.10.2014 | Fifty
Mary Eileen Williams

As a mature job-seeker, you are well aware that your resume has to be top notch. Not only does it need to make a dynamic first impression, it must also distinguish you from the competition and present your skills and experience in such a way that you are viewed as the ideal candidate for the job.

Resume Advice for the Recent Grad

Amanda Augustine | Posted 09.30.2013 | College
Amanda Augustine

Craft a strong resume that says you're ready for the workforce. Here are seven tips to help you send the right message to prospective employers with your resume.

What Your Resume Says About Your Age

Grace Williamson | Posted 06.30.2013 | DC
Grace Williamson

Job seekers tend to resuscitate the resume they used to find their previous position by simply adding another block to detail their most recent position. What many don't realize is that they need to pay special attention to remove information that may date them and inadvertently lead to age discrimination.

Three Simple Resume Tips

Sara Sutton Fell | Posted 01.30.2013 | Business
Sara Sutton Fell

Because of the resume's omnipresence in our job searches, it's essential to get it right. Here are three very simple resume tips to help you maximize the impact of this all-important document.

Dare to Live Beyond Your Resume

The Daily Beacon | Posted 11.04.2012 | College
The Daily Beacon

So if resume building consumes your life, resume writing is painful, interviews are nerve-wracking and the final goal is ambiguous, why do we allow ourselves to be consumed by this?

Job Search 101

Adele Scheele | Posted 07.20.2011 | Business
Adele Scheele

It is a hard business. But the fact is that a successful job search requires far more work than anyone expects. Looking for a full-time job is a full-time job in itself.

Headhunter Trade Secrets for Finding a New Job During a Recession

Stephen Viscusi | Posted 05.25.2011 | Business
Stephen Viscusi

It is important to remember even if the unemployment rate reaches 10 percent, that means 90 percent of Americans are still working.