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Resume Writing: Accomplishments

Posted on February 29, 2016

Most people believe that a resume is nothing but the list of past work experienced along with educational credentials. It is true that these sections make the main body of the resume but the truth of the matter is that there is much more to it. Today resumes became much more sophisticated as applicants are...

Resume Writing: Education

Posted on February 25, 2016

Most people assume that a resume or CV is all about work experience and how it related to the job opening one is applying for. Well, this is true for many applications – hiring authorities tend to be more interested in past work experiences of applicants rather than any other kind of information. However, it...

Resume Writing: Work Experience

Posted on February 17, 2016

Work experience is one of the most important information given on a resume. Ultimately, recruiters and hiring authorities are interested in how you performed at previous workplaces. Therefore, this section of information should be the central one on your resume or CV since most people who will review your application will pay special attention to...

Resume Writing: The Summary Section

Posted on February 12, 2016

Every well-structured resume usually contains the following components: summary, work experience, education and accomplishments. Obviously, there may be more but these are basic things people are to have in their resume. At Prime-Resume we decided to provide some helpful tips on how job seekers can organize each section of a resume that it would reflect...

Important Career Lessons to Learn

Posted on February 11, 2016

No matter how old you are we believe there are some new things you can learn about how you to make your career more successful. Usually, the more experienced employees are, the more reluctant they seem to undergo any kind of training. However, success is all about moving forward even when it seems like you...

Why Writing a Generic Cover Letter is a Bad Choice?

Posted on February 10, 2016

When job seekers are in the campaign of sending their applications to different companies there is a great temptation to develop a generic resume and cover letter for this endeavor. The paradox is that people don’t want to work on tailoring their resumes and cover letters in order to get a foot through the doors...

Cover Letter for Sales

Posted on February 8, 2016

Many things have been said about writing effective resume for sales jobs. However, people tend to ignore that writing a cover letter is as important as developing a resume or CV. Many employers demand a cover letter to be sent when applying for a position so taking this lightly may cost one a job. No...

3 Things to Say in a Cover Letter

Posted on February 5, 2016

The problem with most cover letters is that job seekers don’t know what they should put in a cover letter. As a result, some are just writing what they think they should write based on what their friends wrote when they were applying for jobs. Others just copy-paste information from a resume or CV reiterating...

Career Challenges: Military Cover Letter Writing

Posted on February 4, 2016

We use this term “a military cover letter” when we are talking about former military people who wish to transition to a civilian type of job. This is somewhat different from writing a generic cover letter as it should contain some information generic cover letters don’t usually have. As a result, many former military people...

Resume Writing for Teenagers

Posted on February 3, 2016

At some point we all need resumes to apply for jobs. But usually teenagers are the first ones to think about the need of having a resume since it is in their age when they try to find their first job. Some of them are still in the university while others have already graduated desperately...

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