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Important Facts About How Resumes are Reviewed by HRs

Posted on March 8, 2017

For some reason many job seekers believe that their assessment of own resumes or CVs should be among the main criteria to determine whether the document needs to be edited or it can be sent to employers. The truth of the matter is that how you view your resume can be absolutely irrelevant. In fact,...

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 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...

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...

How to Start Writing a Resume?

Posted on December 9, 2016

Well begun is half done. Most of us understand why the statement is true based on experience. Beginning a project successfully makes it so much easier to do the rest. A good indicator is the number of google queries that begin with “How to start…”. Resume writing is no exception in this context. Many job...

Why Should You Be Hired?

Posted on November 4, 2016

The question of writing an effective resume that will result in multiple interview offers becomes more and more ppopular nowadays. Since the competition on the jobs market tends to grow, applicants are looking for ways to stand out among the crowd of other job hunters. This isn’t easy because that’s what other candidates are trying...

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...

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...

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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