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“What Should We Know That Is Not on Your Resume?”

Posted on February 9, 2017

The job search doesn’t end with you being invited for an interview. In fact, this is where actual job hunting starts. Choosing the jobs to apply for and tailoring your resume to match job requirements of each and every opening is preparatory work. The real deal starts when you are invited for a job interview....

Few Words About a Resume Strategy

Posted on February 7, 2017

Regardless of age, past experience or job status, many people find it challenging to develop a resume. Seasoned professionals find it hard to sum up one’s career in one or two pages. Graduates don’t understand how they can be hired having so little experience at all. Besides, it is no easy task to put value...

Soon-to-Be Graduate Resume

Posted on January 31, 2017

Writing a resume is much more difficult than it was 10 years ago. The competition on the jobs market is tough and candidates strive to adjust their applications as much as they can to stand out among the crowd of others. However, in this article we are not going to dwell on how important it...

7 Basic Resume Writing Rules

Posted on January 23, 2017

Developing an interview-worthy resume can be time-consuming and even exhausting, especially if you don’t know general expectations hiring authorities have. This article is meant to provide guidance to job seekers in regard to what an effective resume should look like. The resume writing rules provided below are grounded on employers’ expectations. There are so many...

How to Get a Job?

Posted on January 18, 2017

Sometimes, job seekers need to start their career from scratch and go back to basic principles of how to land a job. Without describing all aspects of writing an effective resume or targeting one’s search, there has to be a basic strategy that will contain key milestones of getting a job within a reasonable time...

Job Search and Personality

Posted on January 11, 2017

Whether you are writing your resume or going to a job interview, you probably have employment as your primary target. But both resume and interview meeting is the chance for hiring authorities to evaluate you on several key areas, such as your fit for the opening, professionalism, your interest and personality. Most job seekers choose...

How to Make Your Resume Easier for Employers to Skim?

Posted on January 10, 2017

It is not a secret that hiring authorities don’t read resumes and cover letters. No matter how many hours you spend on writing those documents, the initial look of decision makers will take no more than 10-15 seconds. That may well be all the time your resume will have to capture the attention of those...

Writing a Resignation Letter

Posted on January 3, 2017

Leaving your job isn’t easy even if you have it all settled for your next career move. Before you walk out the door of the office, make sure your manager has your resignation letter. It is a common practice for employers to request such letter as a part of the process as proof that you...

Is Using an Objective Statement Never a Good Idea?

Posted on December 26, 2016

The way you start your resume is extremely important because the first thing hiring managers see will become one of key criteria in the selection process. And while there are no discussions about the fact that name and contact information is the very first information to be listed on the document, there are still disputes...

Making Those Little Jobs Shine

Posted on December 19, 2016

Working in a small or cupcake shop seems like a great thing when you will soon graduate from the university. However, when you are 30 years of age aiming for a management position, having too many of such silly little jobs can downgrade your resume significantly. Very often, young people change their career goals frequently...

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