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Cutting Your Cover Letter to One Page

Posted on May 12, 2017

The fact that most hiring managers in average don’t spend more than ten seconds on reviewing a resume says a lot about how they approach cover letters. So if you are happy about your 2 or even 3 page cover letter, you might want to re-do the document because your message will likely be never...

Quantifying Your Resume Bullets Even If You Don’t Work With Numbers

Posted on May 1, 2017

The fact that accomplishments look way more impressive than job descriptions do is kind of obvious. Generic or even custom written job descriptions will never match quantified achievements on a resume. You’ve probably heard it thousand times that adding facts and figures to your resume helps you stand out among other candidates. As a matter...

12 Skills To Have on a Resume

Posted on April 24, 2017

You may be surprised to know but there are things on a resume that are capable of making you a stronger candidate irrespective of the job you are applying for or even the industry you want to work in. There are skills that are sought by employers regardless of the job opening they need to...

Federal Job Search Tips to Land That Government Job

Posted on April 18, 2017

Most of our blogs were all about how to write a resume or land a job within a private companies sector. This time, we will be sharing some tips on how to land a government job. Doing that can be a very frustrating process, often even more confusing than getting a job in a private...

Is Your Resume Really Strong?

Posted on April 10, 2017

Resume is your most important marketing tool in the job search at the initial stages. This document alone is responsible for making your first impression on a prospective employer. Therefore, it is very unlikely that the importance of a resume can ever be overestimated for job seekers at the first stages of the job search....

Job Hunting When You Are Not In The Market

Posted on March 29, 2017

Landing a job isn’t an easy thing today. The competition grows stronger and stronger , especially for the jobs that pay well and/or offer some good advancement opportunities. But despite this fact, job seekers have no choice – because they hate their current work, get laid off or move to a different city people actively...

What Makes That Important First Impression for Job Seekers?

Posted on March 17, 2017

Resume is your only chance to show your credibility and professionalism before going to a job interview. Often it is also the only means of making the first impression on your potential employers. Hundreds of articles have been written on how it is important to make great first impression and in this perspective job search...

Important Facts About How Resumes are Reviewed by HRs

Posted on March 8, 2017

For some reason many job seekers believe that their assessment of own resumes or CVs should be among the main criteria to determine whether the document needs to be edited or it can be sent to employers. The truth of the matter is that how you view your resume can be absolutely irrelevant. In fact,...

Words to Avoid When Writing a Resume

Posted on March 2, 2017

Despite the fact that today people use a variety of additional job search tools, resume remains the most powerful marketing instrument to land interviews and eventually get jobs. There has been a lot of discussion about what format of the resume is the most effective when it comes to job applications or what content should...

What Can Be Wrong with Your Awesome Resume?

Posted on March 1, 2017

There are job seekers who work hard to produce a resume that will land them interviews. They do their homework, research information about their employers, tailor their applications to highlight relevant accomplishments and so on. However, sometimes even such meticulous approach to resume writing and job search in general may not bring a land an...

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