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Keep Knocking on Doors

Posted on February 6, 2015

Unfortunately, most of us don’t get what we want at the moment we want it. It takes time to work on things before we can actually achieve something we have planned before. Obviously we are not talking about buying a chocolate bar or something like that. What we are talking about is professional career development...

How to Choose Job References

Posted on February 5, 2015

Developing an effective resume takes much more than good writing skills because a resume or CV is much more than a piece of writing. It is not an essay or even a dissertation; it is a story of one’s career. And to make this story attractive for an employer a job seeker should utilize much...

Rejection Isn’t the End of the World

Posted on February 3, 2015

Everybody knows that the very first step of effective job search is resume writing. Unless you have a professionally written resume it is very unlikely you will be considered by a reputable company. However, very often even if you a have a decent resume it doesn’t necessarily mean you will be invited for an interview....

Getting Past ATS

Posted on January 23, 2015

We have already written about how using keywords may or may not help you get through to an interview stage. This article is not meant to go over those things again. Our company deals with tons of resumes and cover letters and we try to meet the expectations of our clients by creating documents that...

No College Degree? Not a Problem!

Posted on December 4, 2014

Many people believe that without a college degree it is very difficult to find a good job. Others say it is impossible. There are some though who still believe it is possible, but demands great skills and efforts. Our company has worked with many job seekers: those who have had many degrees and those who...

How to Back Up Skills and Proficiencies?

Posted on December 3, 2014

If you take an average resume or CV you will find there plenty of skills and proficiencies. Such words as “innovative”, “motivated”, “created”, etc. The problem with such characteristics is that hiring authorities don’t really know if they can trust these words. Anyone can write anything, but unless it is proved by specific accomplishments or...

When You Better Start Looking for a New Job

Posted on November 14, 2014

Very few people like changes. Most of us feel very reluctant when they know they will have to go through big changes either in the area of career growth or personal life. We usually like when things are the way they are supposed to be. However, life often brings about new challenges which in one...

Why Is There No Feedback From Employers?

Posted on November 11, 2014

Have you ever wondered why you get no response from potential employers? Or you just never pay attention because you are busy with sending your job application to the bunch of other companies in hopes to get some reply? The problem with the latter approach is that you will unlikely get an interview invitation to...

Resume Case: “Yes” or “No” Pile

Posted on November 10, 2014

You probably aware of the fact that in order to get an interview call one has to provide more than just good resume. The thing is that the competition is extremely high today; therefore one has to offer something better than others in terms of job application. Sometimes there are over 500 candidates for one...

Joining the Start-Up: Is It Worth it?

Posted on November 5, 2014

You might have heard that joining a business start-up can be a great opportunity in career of any job seeker if the start-up itself will turn out to be successful. On the other hand, if it fails you will lose time, energy, and ultimately your job. The perspective of joining a start-up is very attractive...

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