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Most Annoying Resume Mistakes Revealed by HR Managers

Posted on October 28, 2016

Everybody makes mistakes. Be it a job, personal life or friendship – sometimes we all make wrong choices and do things we tend to regret. Resume writing is no exception. Job seekers too make mistakes when developing their application packages. However, not all mistakes are equal by its importance. At least in the eyes of...

Developing an Effective Summary Section on a Resume

Posted on October 26, 2016

Hiring managers and recruiters who prefer reading resume objectives over summaries are like dinosaurs – everybody knows they used to be around but none can be found today. Indeed, in most cases, a resume objective due to its nature is considered a section that brings no valuable information to recruiters. Saying what kind of job...

How Does the Perfect Resume Look Like?

Posted on October 11, 2016

When it comes to job search, resume writing process becomes one of the most important things. Depending on how well you will be able to list your qualifications and experience on a single document, employers will either invite you for an interview or send your resume onto the discard pile. The question for job seekers...

Most Important Things on a Resume

Posted on October 5, 2016

Experienced specialists often have a problem when writing a resume: they don’t want what information to include and what facts are better to be off the document. Even entry level job seekers sometimes face similar issues. Since the job search game has changed in the past years to match the employers’ requirements, the task of...

What Skills Must Be on a Designer Resume?

Posted on October 4, 2016

For some reason at Prime-resume we didn’t pay much attention to articles on how to write a resume for designer type of positions. Maybe because this type of job isn’t very common today among job seekers since more and more people pursue sales or business management type of positions. But despite this fact we believe...

Things to Do Before Writing a Resume

Posted on September 26, 2016

When you are looking for a job, the temptation is to draft and send your resume as quickly as possible in hopes to start receiving some interview invitations. However, such approach has proved to be quite unsuccessful as job seekers rarely received any feedback from employers. The reason is the poor quality of resumes submitted...

Helping Job Seekers Get Hired: Resume Distribution Service

Posted on September 15, 2016

Finding a job isn’t easy today as competition seems to be tougher and tougher every day. Having over 200 other candidates for the position, it is hard to prove you are the best match for the company. With that being said, it makes sense to use any kind of professional assistance that could help you...

Last Test Before Getting Hired: Acing the Interview

Posted on September 9, 2016

Unlike many job seekers believe, resumes are never meant to get them hired. A job interviews is the final test after which the hiring decision is made. Therefore, it all boils down to how well you do at the interview. You can have a great resume and powerful cover letter but they will do no...

Resume Editing Tips

Posted on September 1, 2016

At some point every job seeker will have to edit one’s resume either for the purpose of updating it with more recent information or revising some common mistakes. The process of resume editing seems to be much easier than that one of writing; however, there are more potential pitfalls you may find yourself in than...

Writing a Resume, Fast

Posted on August 22, 2016

Not always job seekers have a couple of days to develop their main marketing tool – a resume or CV. Sometimes, people literally have a few hours left before they have to send their application package to a potential employer. If that is the case, job seekers can’t afford spending much time on meditating what’s...

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