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9 Seemingly Harmless Things You Should Never Have On Your Resume
We all know you have references available upon request.
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The Best Career Advice And Tips: Younger Bosses, Bad Fonts And Knowing When To Travel
From resume suggestions to interview pointers, get ready to feel inspired.
How to Structure Your Resume
Is Keeping Your Resume 'Current' Hurting Your Career?
Brian de Haaff
Standing Up By Standing Apart: Long Live The Résumé
Michael D. Shaw
Business owner, commentator, righter
Rx For A Winning Resume
Career coach and success strategist
A resume is a synopsis of your professional life. Like a snapshot, it just has to show that you were doing something while you were there. It isn't exciting, in fact it's downright boring. Still, you have to have it, and for most of us, it's hard to write because we too often doubt ourselves.
Want Your Resume to Stand Out? Try This One Tactic
Brian de Haaff
It is still a tough job market out there. And some folks will go to great lengths to get noticed by employers and recruiters. Jobseekers even grab headlines for the unconventional tactics they employ.
What To Include On Your Resume (And What You Can Ditch)
An award-winning national security professional turned Career ...
The Secret to Resume Success
President & Co-founder of Fairygodboss
Did you ever apply for a job that you were certain you were perfect for...and then hear back nothing? The lack of response
Ingenious Job Applicant Puts Her Resume On A Chocolate Bar
Um, can we hire her?
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3 Keys to Focusing Your Cover Letter & Resume
Professional development coach, leadership workshop facilitato...
I worked with a friend this past week to help aim her cover letter for a phone call or interview. After all, that isthe goal of your resume and cover letter -- TO GET YOU IN THE DOOR.
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'Intern Queen' Shares Tips On How To Make Your Resume Stand Out
Proofreading is just the first step.
A Myth Busted: Do Resume Writing Services Really Get People Job Interviews?
Business and technology writer
There is a myth behind resume writing: no one can express your own qualifications and enthusiasm for the job better than you. That might be true to some extent.
Making My Career Happen: Avoiding the Pit of Perfection
Leader, Writer, Communications and Learning Professional, Wife...
"It was no joke when Arianna Huffington said on that fateful day almost 2 years ago that "Life is a dance between letting it happen and making it happen," which led to Making My Career Happen."
How to Improve the Quality of Your Resume Tips
Vice President of Business Development, CareerShift
As a career advisor, job seekers turn to you for resume tips that will help them stand out to employers. The challenge comes in staying ahead of the resume trends so your advice isn't the same thing every other young professional is being told.
Committed Communities Making a Difference for Vets
U.S. Marine; Medal of Honor recipient; Veteran Employment Advo...
3 Step Guide to Building Employee Morale After a Tragic Layoff
Michelle A. Riklan
Internationally recognized Career Expert and award-winning Exe...
5 Resume Mistakes That Sabotage Your Job Search
Best-Selling Author, Speaker, Strategic Consultant, Founder Da...
A headhunter matching resumes to open job opportunities is much like your matching your food craving to a restaurant menu. At first glance, it's either a fit or it isn't.
5 Simple Ways to Create a Unique Resume
Founder of SheMeets (Redefining Networking for Women in Busine...
Those who get noticed, have an easier time getting the job, promotion, etc. Your resume is your first introduction during your job search and your first opportunity to get noticed in order to get a foot into the early stages of recruitment.
4 Ways To Deal With Job Rejection
Mary Eileen Williams
Author, 'Land the Job You Love: 10 Surefire Strategies for Job...
As a job-seeker over 50, you have likely faced one of the most frustrating aspects of looking for work: being told that you are overqualified for the position. This point is used as a common excuse to overlook mature applicants in favor of their younger counterparts.
4 Resume Blunders That Drive Recruiters Crazy
The best answer to any question
If my eye doesn't know where to go, either because you've crammed too much onto the page, or haven't broken up your information into digestible sections, you're making it hard for me.
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