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Cover Letter Writing: Red Flags

Posted on February 24, 2015

There have been many disputes about how important is to include a cover letter into a job application document package. Well, we are not going to argue about how it can or cannot influence your job search. We will rather provide practical tips on how to create an effective cover letter that will help you...

Tailoring Your Resume And Cover Letter For Every Job Opening

Posted on May 2, 2014

TOday more and more job seekers realize that one-for-all resume won’t do any good. Obviously it is easier to develop one resume and cover letter sending it out to different companies and applying for different job openings. Such approach though is doomed for failure, especially when taking into account an extremely high competition among job...

How to Write a Resume that is Accomplishment Driven

Posted on September 8, 2009

With thousands of resumes a recruiter receives a day for any position, it is important that your resume stands out. Your resume must make an impression on the Hiring Manager, making it interesting to read. You can do this by making sure that your resume is an accomplishment driven resume. A lot of job seekers...

Write resume- there is no need to pad resume- part 1

Posted on September 8, 2009

If you want to search for a job or are looking to build your career then you need to have a resume. Resume is really important to the job seekers as they need to run up the ladder of success. The persons who have better resume would always be at the top of the ladder...

Resume outline- the basics

Posted on September 8, 2009

It is really not a big deal to consider the resume outline for the document. It is not a very difficult thing to remember the basic outline parts. It is easy to know the basic details, if you like to write a resume which posses a good layout. Although there are many resume writers, it...

Captivate the Interviewer – part 2

Posted on September 8, 2009

Posture Here also it is important for you to mirror the interviewer posture. Like when the interviewer keeps his legs on the desk, then you should lean back into your chair in a relaxed manner as well. However maintain your pose when you are in professional environment. Yow will be able to display your confidence...

Resume mistakes-do not let this mistake happen to you – part 2

Posted on September 8, 2009

A resume is basically you in a printed form. it represents you to your potential employer. it contains various details about you. It contains your educational and experience details. it should be usually two page long and should contain brief information about yourself. The popular belief is that the résumé’s main function is to get...

Resume Mistakes: Do Not Let This Happen to You – part 1

Posted on September 8, 2009

Are you serious about getting a job? Do you really want to get a placed some where you are interested in? You must be sincere. You must prepare your résumé in such a way that employers would find it compelling to call you for an interview. Most résumés end up in thrash. They are highly...

Your Resume Will Be Thrown in the Trash – part 2

Posted on September 8, 2009

Now, that you know why. Read on, Internationally known Software Engineer, with an advanced degree in mathematics, good programming skills and well experienced in developing new algorithm based software. Author of many complex technical and scientific publications. Languages know include English, German and Spanish. Has an expertise in cross-geographical coordination. Can help find effective solutions...

Distributing Resume – The Right Way to Send Your Resume – part 2

Posted on September 8, 2009

Employers spend few seconds on your cover letter. This is why you need to make is short, precise and clear, using bullets and white space is a good way of doing so. Your cover letter should not repeat what has already been mentioned in your résumé. Here you can explain them how you are eligible...

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