A Professional Guide on How to Write a Resume

October 15, 2011

A resume is more than just a summary of your education and work history. Writing a bland resume that simply lists what you did and when is a surefire way to not get the interview. Resume writers need to always keep in mind that a resume is really an advertisement of who they are as […]

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Common Mistakes to Avoid When Writing Your Own Resume

August 15, 2011

Your resume is the tool that sells you to prospective employers. It should be your foot in the door, but it can also close that door if you’re not careful. Here is a list of the most common resume mistakes, and how to avoid them. Resume is not targeted This is one of the most […]

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Resume Checklist

May 15, 2011

If you’re just sitting down right now to write your resume, it’s important to go over everything and make sure everything is ready to go. Or maybe you’ve already crafted a well-written, concise resume — so you think – and you just need to give it a good once over. Regardless, there are very crucial […]

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How to Make Your Resume Design & Layout Look Professional

May 12, 2011

When writing a resume, many job seekers only consider the content of their resume. They often get too wrapped up in the summary of their employment, skills, accomplishments and their education background that they don’t pay enough attention to the resume layout and design. While it is of the utmost importance to write a dynamic, […]

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A Well Written Resume Template Is Essential

May 10, 2011

A well-written resume is essential to getting an interview for the job you want. Resumes should always be rewritten to target the job you are seeking; don’t send a generic resume to every employer unless you’re trying to stay out of the job market. Even though every resume absolutely must be different and must be […]

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10 Resume Cover Letter Mistakes to Avoid

May 9, 2011

Many job seekers spend so much time crafting a perfect resume that they pay very little attention to their cover letter. A resume takes a lot of effort to fine tune and target toward the job, from selecting the experiences and accomplishments that best sell you to a specific company, to creating an impressive summary […]

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