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Happy Labor Day, America!

Posted on September 4, 2017

Honoring the achievements of the workers in the United States is a big thing in the country. The holiday is considered a great holiday held to recognize and remember the contribution of Americans to the prosperity and success of the nation. It is usually celebrated on the first Monday of September and many people across...

What Message Should Your Resume Convey?

Posted on September 1, 2017

Today when job seekers work on their resumes and cover letters, their main challenge is to choose what kind of information to include and how to organize it in a way that would eventually lead to employment. In other words, the most frequently asked question is what kind of message should I convey on my...

Resume Writing Tips For College Grads

Posted on August 21, 2017

While experienced professionals and seasoned experts think how they can possible squeeze all of their career history and skills into 2 pages college grads are concerned with how they can develop a solid 1 page resume. We have shared many articles on executive resume writing and how people who achieved great things professionally can reflect...

Job Search and Social Media

Posted on August 7, 2017

Social networks have become the part of our lives long time ago. People spend hours surfing the facebook newsfeed or instagram pictures of people they follow daily. Add to that Twitter, LinkedIn and the bunch of other social media that are being used by people from all over the world. Because of that, employers often...

Resume Writing: What It Means to Be Creative

Posted on August 1, 2017

Creativity is a valuable skill that many employers are looking for in the candidates. As a result, job seekers include creativity in the list of their skills regardless of whether they actually have it or not. But since placing “creativity” doesn’t usually help to win interviews, there are those who attempt to demonstrate how inventive...

Happy Belated Parents’ Day!

Posted on July 24, 2017

Parenting is one of the most challenging (and at the same time rewarding) things we get to do in this life. The Back in 1994 Bill Clinton has singed a resolution to commemorate the Day of Parenting promoting parental responsibility as well as family commitment. Since families are a fundamental institution in our society, we...

4 Signs of a Well-Written Resume

Posted on July 19, 2017

Many people argue about the definition of a well-written resume. We believe a well-written resume is the one that lands you enough number of interviews to get a job. As simple as that. The purpose of every resume is just to secure you some interviews so that you could demonstrate your professionalism there and get...

Job Search Shortcuts That Will Make the Process Take Longer

Posted on July 11, 2017

People always look for things that will make their lives easier. Some kind of magic pill that will help them overcome a certain problem without doing much work. A shortcut that will help them avoid hassle and still achieve set goals. A secret that few people know of that will lead to guaranteed success. Job...

Celebrating The Fourth of July!

Posted on July 3, 2017

Commemorating the Fourth of July is a big thing for all of us, Americans. This is the date when the the Declaration of Independence was formally announced along with the irrevocable separation from the Great Britain. Many people get together on parades, barbecues, fairs, concerts, etc. It is one of the most important holidays held...

What It Actually Means to Tailor a Resume?

Posted on June 27, 2017

If you have been in the job search business for a while, the recommendation “to tailor your resume for each and every job opening” must have become a boring cliche for you. Even if you are inexperienced job seeker trying to find some free help online with developing a strong resume, the advice to adjust...

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