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Why Downplay Your Resume?

CATEGORY: Build a Better Resume
RESUME WRITER: Dodie T.
POSTED: October 16, 2014 at 11:10 am

While some job seekers venture into the process like a seasoned diver—head first and ready to plunge right in—others prefer to take a more cautious approach and test the waters first. Some individuals know that they must begin circulating their resume either in paper form, electronic form, or through social media, but they want to... » Read Full Article

Secrets to Writing a Great Cover Letter

CATEGORY: Cover Letters
RESUME WRITER: Michelle K.
POSTED: October 7, 2014 at 9:21 am

The cover letter is a huge part of the interview process and every resume should have one. The cover letter is like the wrapping paper on a gift, and let’s be honest, we always open the best looking gift first. Here are some tips to help you create a winning cover letter and make the... » Read Full Article

Six Resume Strategies Baby Boomers Need

CATEGORY: Resume tips for Baby Boomers
RESUME WRITER: Shawn P.
POSTED: October 2, 2014 at 9:57 am

Baby boomers stand out from other candidates because of the many common misconceptions recruiters and hiring managers often hold about them. They think boomers may command higher salaries, be overqualified, or be too old to interact well with younger colleagues. This may be true of some candidates but not for everyone. Baby boomers can benefit... » Read Full Article

The Importance of Body Language During an Interview

CATEGORY: Interview tips
RESUME WRITER: Michelle K.
POSTED: September 23, 2014 at 11:18 am

I’ve talked to so many recruiters lately and they all share a common concern when it comes to candidates: they say many candidates lack good body language during the interview. Body language can send the wrong message, so don’t let this be the reason you’re not getting the job. Here are some tips to make... » Read Full Article

An Insider Guide to Resume Writing- 5 Success Secrets

CATEGORY: Interview Best Practices
RESUME WRITER: Shawn P.
POSTED: September 18, 2014 at 10:45 am

The accepted resume format that job seekers have been told to use for decades actually does very little to help most candidates. This old school format that is familiar to most job seekers looks like this: 1. Contact Information 2 .Objective 3. Work history 4. Education Professional affiliations or other information. What many candidates don’t... » Read Full Article

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