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Happy Belated Parents’ Day!

Posted on July 24, 2017

Parenting is one of the most challenging (and at the same time rewarding) things we get to do in this life. The Back in 1994 Bill Clinton has singed a resolution to commemorate the Day of Parenting promoting parental responsibility as well as family commitment. Since families are a fundamental institution in our society, we...

4 Signs of a Well-Written Resume

Posted on July 19, 2017

Many people argue about the definition of a well-written resume. We believe a well-written resume is the one that lands you enough number of interviews to get a job. As simple as that. The purpose of every resume is just to secure you some interviews so that you could demonstrate your professionalism there and get...

Job Search Shortcuts That Will Make the Process Take Longer

Posted on July 11, 2017

People always look for things that will make their lives easier. Some kind of magic pill that will help them overcome a certain problem without doing much work. A shortcut that will help them avoid hassle and still achieve set goals. A secret that few people know of that will lead to guaranteed success. Job...

Celebrating The Fourth of July!

Posted on July 3, 2017

Commemorating the Fourth of July is a big thing for all of us, Americans. This is the date when the the Declaration of Independence was formally announced along with the irrevocable separation from the Great Britain. Many people get together on parades, barbecues, fairs, concerts, etc. It is one of the most important holidays held...

What It Actually Means to Tailor a Resume?

Posted on June 27, 2017

If you have been in the job search business for a while, the recommendation “to tailor your resume for each and every job opening” must have become a boring cliche for you. Even if you are inexperienced job seeker trying to find some free help online with developing a strong resume, the advice to adjust...

Resume Help: Listing Your Educational Credentials

Posted on June 21, 2017

Most job seekers don’t believe their education plays a great role in securing them interviews; thus, they place this section in the back of the document and never actually think about the best way to list their credentials. While in some cases it may be true (education may not play the big role sometimes), there...

Know the Difference: Resume vs LinkedIn

Posted on June 14, 2017

Creating a powerful resume takes a lot of time and efforts. Right after the document is polished up it was usually sent to employers immediately. In most cases, a well-written resume landed a job interview. That is how things used to work in the past. Today is different become the competition on the jobs market...

Resume Writing: Turning Your Duties into Accomplishments

Posted on June 7, 2017

If you have ever surfed the internet in search of resume writing tips, then you have probably come across many articles that recommended to focus on accomplishments rather than routine responsibilities. And it’s true. More than that, it is one of the most effective recommendations you can ever find online that change your approach to...

Cleaning Up Your Social Media

Posted on June 1, 2017

There are job seekers who believe that cleaning social media accounts is nothing but a waste of time. They think that employers don’t bother checking candidates’ social network profiles and this entire thing is just an annoying legend. However, it is hard to argue with statistics that says that one out of three employers have...

Job Search Facts to Re-think Approach to Applying for Jobs

Posted on May 23, 2017

If you have made up your mind to get a new job, there is a lot that will be going on during the next couple of weeks or even months. The thing is that applying for jobs is such a time-consuming and daunting task that rarely brings expected results. The entire process is often confusing...

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