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Choosing a Resume Format

Posted on December 10, 2015

Whenever people start looking for a job they understand that the very first they need is a resume and sometimes a cover letter. Therefore, the first step of their job search efforts is usually resume writing. However, before you even start developing a resume you should know which format of a resume will be the...

Resume Writing: Simple, Concise and Clean

Posted on December 8, 2015

Many people used to make the resume writing process look very complicated. They say that by far not everybody is capable of developing an effective resume due to the lack of specific knowledge. While it can be partially true in some cases, we believe that one shouldn’t take a one year study to learn how...

Executive Resume: Mistakes to Avoid

Posted on November 12, 2015

A resume of a recent graduate will be very different from an executive level resume. If you are an executive that means that have extensive experience of running things which means you should offer way more than an entry level job seeker. When it comes to resume writing, executives have so much more headache as...

A Customer Service-Oriented Resume

Posted on November 10, 2015

Many jobs in one way or another are related to customer service. Because companies sell their products or service to customers they deal with them on a daily basis. However, there are jobs that are not just related to customer service, they are customer service jobs. That means that people are those who represent the...

Resume Writing Challenge: Too Young

Posted on November 4, 2015

Children and teenagers often dream about becoming adults faster so that they could do things (or don’t do certain things) only adults can do. For example, when we were in school most of us dreamed of being an adult who didn’t have to go there. Or teenagers very often want to be as independent as...

Resume Writing For Nonprofit Sector

Posted on October 29, 2015

Depending on what kind of job you are seeking you have to tailor your resume to the needs of employers. This is the most effective way of getting a good chance for receiving an interview invitation. But there are different kind of jobs and those pursuing employment have to be aware of that. Government jobs,...

Challenge for Parents: Returning to Work

Posted on October 22, 2015

There are several millions of women and about two hundred thousands of men are considered stay-at-home parents in the United States of America. That means that these people have left their jobs to care for a child or children after their birth. There is definitely nothing wrong with that as not everybody believes that leaving...

Resume Laws

Posted on October 21, 2015

Physical laws are principles based on facts that apply to a class of phenomena and usually expressed by the statement that a phenomenon always occurs if specific conditions are present. For example, when you walk out of your office at the 9th floor through the window you will fall down to the ground. This is...

Handling Long-Term Employment on a Resume

Posted on October 16, 2015

There are many articles online that provide decent recommendations on how to tackle most common resume problems. Some of them we have addressed on our blog while there are issues that were left without proper attention. One of the most frequent questions of job seekers are related to job hopping. It is obvious that hiring...

Does Your Resume Look Dated?

Posted on October 14, 2015

If you are looking for a job a resume is all you have got to make a first impression on employers. And depending on what kind of resume you have this impression will be either positive or negative. When applying for jobs you should remember that you don’t have a second chance. Obviously, typos, grammatical...

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