Tag Archive | "Resume Writing"

Rocking Your Resume

Monday, August 20, 2012

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When we think of career influencers, we typically imagine entrepreneurs, business leaders, and power players. But really the inspiration should come from any type of employee, so long as he dedicates himself to his work. That includes rock stars. Now, we’re not suggesting you wear spandex to your interview or trash the company’s lobby. We [...]

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Don’t Have Experience? Still Looking for a Job?

Monday, March 12, 2012

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The eternal Catch-22: you want a certain job, but you need to have experience.  And you can’t get that experience unless you can get that job.  To anyone who’s looking for a job, this can become a nightmare.  You feel like you’re stuck between a resume and a hard place.  While you continue to send [...]

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Be Specific on Your Resume

Thursday, March 8, 2012

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When you’re looking for a job, it might be tempting to just send off as many of your resumes as possible.  After all, the more you send, the most chances you get, right?  While that’s certainly true, you’re going to catch more hiring departments, not with honey, but with specific words and details on your [...]

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Resume Writing – What not to include – GOOFS, GAFFES AND BLUNDERS!

Tuesday, February 24, 2009

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goofs, gaffes and blunders – what not to include in your resume     We all think we know how important our resume is, but with more than 30,000,000 of the things out there in circulation every month in the US alone, getting it right is more important than ever.   Recruiters are busy people.  [...]

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