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What Accomplishments Are To Be Removed From Your Resume?

Posted on September 1, 2014

You have probably heard that the accomplishments section usually makes the difference between a run-of-the-mill candidate and future employee. It is true that companies are much more interested in what candidates have accomplished rather than what they did. Result is always on the top. Therefore, hiring authorities prefer candidates who have accomplished something over those...

Cleaning Up Your Resume

Posted on August 29, 2014

When people haven’t been in the position of a job seeker for a long time, they are faced with the problem of updating or rewriting own resume. When you have a job you don’t think about it, but when you are faced with the challenge of job hunting then you need some help with updating...

How to Deal with Negative Resume Feedback

Posted on August 27, 2014

Job seekers are often encouraged to seek some resume feedback before they send it out to apply for different job openings. At Prime-Resume we believe it is a good idea, although there are several things job seekers have to know before giving their resumes to the third parties. It is a big mistake to give...

About Reference Pages

Posted on August 14, 2014

References is something people are confused about when they sit down to write their resumes. There are many questions that come up in terms of including references on your application documents. Though the question is somewhat tricky because career professionals give different answers, it is clear that references can demonstrate either your professionalism or your...

Resume Writing Checklist

Posted on August 8, 2014

Resume writing seems to be a very complex process as job seekers have to take into account many factors in order to be successful in their job hunt. Relevant experience, key accomplishments, educational credentials, skills, training, certifications – all of these sections have to be arranged in a way that would convey your professionalism to...

Resume Writing: Details Matter

Posted on August 7, 2014

You should have heard from someone or read somewhere that there are no unimportant things when you sit down to compose your resume. Even small things that seem to bring little significance can be either a turnoff or something that will attract the attention of employers. Therefore, when it comes to resume writing job seekers...

Handling 4 Common Resume Blunders

Posted on July 31, 2014

One can hardly find a resume which wouldn’t have any weak points. Sometimes, you can do nothing about them; sometimes there is actually several tricks that could help you smoothen the gaps on your resume. Although all resume mistakes are individual (i.e. made by different people and different circumstances), we could still highlight most common...

Resume Writing: What Not To Do

Posted on July 30, 2014

You have probable read through multiple articles, which offer insightful tips on how to develop an excellent resume. We believe you are aware of all recommendations on how to develop the professional experience section or what to choose between the objective statement and summary. In this article we would like to look at a resume...

Resume Myths

Posted on July 29, 2014

There are so many things one has to know about resume writing. If you ever tried to find resume writing tips online, then you understand what we are talking about. There are just so many recommendations and tricks to keep in mind that one can get confused, especially when some of them sound very contradictory....

How to Organize The Work Experience Section On A Resume?

Posted on July 28, 2014

Many people struggle with developing an effective resume, and as a result finding a decent job. There are many things that job seekers find challenging in resume writing. Despite the fact that every document is unique and different in a way, there are still common mistakes and common struggles over certain section of CVs. One...

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