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Resume Writing

How to Back Up Skills and Proficiencies?

Posted on December 3, 2014

If you take an average resume or CV you will find there plenty of skills and proficiencies. Such words as “innovative”, “motivated”, “created”, etc. The problem with such characteristics is that hiring authorities don’t really know if they can trust these words. Anyone can write anything, but unless it is proved by specific accomplishments or...

Addressing Most Common Resume Problems – Part 5

Posted on November 26, 2014

This is the final article in the most common resume problems series we have started last week. As of now we have already covered the most popular mistakes made by job seekers. Today we would like to complete this series with a final blog post about details, which most people don’t pay attention to when...

Addressing Most Common Resume Problems – Part 4

Posted on November 25, 2014

Hiring authorities of reputable companies usually have loads of resumes and CVs to review. As a result they don’t want to waste their time reading the documents that they know don’t display the skills and qualifications required for the company. This makes the job of the candidates more tough when they sit down to write...

Why Should You Entrust Resume Writing to Prime-Resume.com?

Posted on November 4, 2014

Our company has been providing professional resume writing services for years, successfully helping job seekers in their job hunting efforts. But when it comes to choosing whether you will write your resume on your own or order such services at Prime-Resume.com what is it that helps you make that choice? Obviously, writing your CV on...

Resume Writing: Results, Results, Results.

Posted on October 14, 2014

It seems like in every single blog post about resume writing we have mentioned that results is what makes a huge difference for most employers. However, not so often we take time to explain what hiring authorities mean when they say they want to see results. A lot of job seekers believe that whatever they...

Developing an Effective Resume

Posted on October 10, 2014

Everyone is after developing an effective resume, which should lead to an interview invitation. However, some job hunters don’t understand the meaning of the word “effective”; they mistakenly assume it means nice looking or the one that they simply like. But effective resume writing is not what you necessarily like or what seems to have...

Don’t Forget To Add These Onto Your Resume

Posted on October 8, 2014

Everybody knows that professional experience, major accomplishments educational credentials, relevant skills and qualifications are essential components of an effective resume. Obviously, the content of the aforementioned sections should always be relevant, i.e. properly address the requirements of specific job opening you are applying for. However, job seekers shouldn’t limit their resumes and CVs with just...

Resume Laws

Posted on September 2, 2014

We all live in the world of laws whether we like or not. People may not like some of the laws, but their responsibility is to obey those, otherwise the respective actions shall be taken. Criminal, civil, common, and statuate laws regulate different aspects of our life. There are also natural (scientific) laws that describe...

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...

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...

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