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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...

A New Look for Prime-resume

Posted on August 15, 2016

Today things change so quickly that not everybody can spot the changes as they happen. In fact, people often have a hard time catching up with new technology as it presents innovative ideas to the public. Usually, it takes time to get used to new things before we find ourselves comfortable. However, that is not...

Is It Worth Spending Time at Job Boards?

Posted on July 26, 2016

Despite the popularity of online job boards, most people who tried to actually find a job at those websites are disappointed with the result. The truth of the matter is that landing an interview (let alone getting hired) with the help of job boards is somewhat problematic. We are not saying you can’t do it;...

How to Review a Job Posting?

Posted on July 25, 2016

The time when you draft your resume and send it to multiple employers is now gone. In order to be effective, job seekers customize their job application documents to match the requirements of each and every position they apply for. Obviously, not all job hunters do that, there are still those who think sending out...

How to Write a Summary Section?

Posted on July 1, 2016

Every effective resume is to be written primarily for those are going to review it and make hiring decision. That means that your goal is to make sure hiring managers like it. If you create a resume that will seem perfect to your friends, family members and yourself but if fails to make a good...

How to Write an Entry Level Resume?

Posted on June 29, 2016

Those looking for the first job know how important it is to prepare a good resume. Despite the common argument that an entry level resume allows very little space for any manouver due to the lack of experience, almost all of them look the same. Therefore, some say it doesn’t make sense to work hard...

Writing a Military Transition Resume

Posted on June 24, 2016

People who seek to transition from military to the civilian workforce always look out for assistance since there are too many things they need to know before developing a resume and cover letter. If you are leaving the service then, most likely you will face the daunting task of creating an effective resume and cover...

How to Choose a Career Path?

Posted on June 20, 2016

All of our choices have certain consequences. When we don’t eat anything throughout the entire day, we will be hungry in the evening. If we don’t take the prescribed medicines, it will affect our health. Pretty much every choice we make impacts our lives. One of the most important choices an individual can ever make...

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