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Handling a Criminal Record When Writing a Resume

Posted on November 2, 2015

People face many problems both in their career and personal life alike. Some of those problems have lasting consequences even though they have been settled in the past. Today we would like to talk about one of such problems – criminal record. It is obvious that people who have any kind of criminal history will...

Resume for Insurance Sales

Posted on October 30, 2015

Every industry and every job in it has its own specific requirements and unless you don’t bother to understand them it is unlikely that you will succeed anytime soon. It doesn’t matter whether you have worked in this industry before or you are in the process of transition to this field you just have to...

Resume Writing For Nonprofit Sector

Posted on October 29, 2015

Depending on what kind of job you are seeking you have to tailor your resume to the needs of employers. This is the most effective way of getting a good chance for receiving an interview invitation. But there are different kind of jobs and those pursuing employment have to be aware of that. Government jobs,...

Resume Accomplishments: Things To Leave Out

Posted on October 28, 2015

We always tell our customers that accomplishments can make a huge difference on a resume. Therefore, we encourage our clients to provide information on what they have accomplished so that we could develop an effective resume for them. Some of job seekers understand that and they draft resume on their own packing their application documents...

Challenge for Parents: Returning to Work

Posted on October 22, 2015

There are several millions of women and about two hundred thousands of men are considered stay-at-home parents in the United States of America. That means that these people have left their jobs to care for a child or children after their birth. There is definitely nothing wrong with that as not everybody believes that leaving...

Resume Laws

Posted on October 21, 2015

Physical laws are principles based on facts that apply to a class of phenomena and usually expressed by the statement that a phenomenon always occurs if specific conditions are present. For example, when you walk out of your office at the 9th floor through the window you will fall down to the ground. This is...

Handling Long-Term Employment on a Resume

Posted on October 16, 2015

There are many articles online that provide decent recommendations on how to tackle most common resume problems. Some of them we have addressed on our blog while there are issues that were left without proper attention. One of the most frequent questions of job seekers are related to job hopping. It is obvious that hiring...

What if You Lie On a Resume?

Posted on October 15, 2015

Knowing that a resume is the only chance to introduce yourself to an employer adds a little bit of responsibility when submitting a job application. That is why job seekers need to make sure their resume and accompanying documents will generate an interest of hiring authorities. However, by far not all people are confident that...

Does Your Resume Look Dated?

Posted on October 14, 2015

If you are looking for a job a resume is all you have got to make a first impression on employers. And depending on what kind of resume you have this impression will be either positive or negative. When applying for jobs you should remember that you don’t have a second chance. Obviously, typos, grammatical...

How to Land a Job in Social Media?

Posted on October 13, 2015

More and more companies today understand the importance of online presence as people can’t live a day without a smartphone or a tablet. We all know that you can hardly find a person who isn’t interested in checking with their friends via Facebook, monitoring who is living what in Twitter, and just browsing internet pages...

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