resume tips

Conventional wisdom is overturned again.
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From resume suggestions to interview pointers, get ready to feel inspired.
Open with a strong summary statement to grab their attention. When you're preparing your resume, you want to keep in mind
Be warned -- there is a hidden danger here. If you are always preparing for a "what-if" future, you may squash the potential
Of the many resources displaced—or at least changed—by the rise of the Internet and the transition to all things digital
A resume is a synopsis of your professional life. Like a snapshot, it just has to show that you were doing something while you were there. It isn't exciting, in fact it's downright boring. Still, you have to have it, and for most of us, it's hard to write because we too often doubt ourselves.
It is still a tough job market out there. And some folks will go to great lengths to get noticed by employers and recruiters. Jobseekers even grab headlines for the unconventional tactics they employ.
3. Company descriptions. Only include high-impact bullet points. Don't talk about the stuff you're not proud of if it's not
Did you ever apply for a job that you were certain you were perfect for...and then hear back nothing? The lack of response
I worked with a friend this past week to help aim her cover letter for a phone call or interview. After all, that isthe goal of your resume and cover letter -- TO GET YOU IN THE DOOR.
"It was no joke when Arianna Huffington said on that fateful day almost 2 years ago that "Life is a dance between letting it happen and making it happen," which led to Making My Career Happen."
As a career advisor, job seekers turn to you for resume tips that will help them stand out to employers. The challenge comes in staying ahead of the resume trends so your advice isn't the same thing every other young professional is being told.
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