Category: Student

What a Resume Is Not

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POSTED: September 16, 2008 at 7:24 am

by Darlene Zambruski, ResumeEdge.com Managing Editor, CPRW, SME1. An exhaustive listing of everything you’ve done: Hiring managers aren’t interested in details from the beginning of your academic/professional career. Rule of thumb is to go back 10 years for IT professionals and no more than 15-20 years for those in other industries. Hiring managers won’t read... » Read Full Article

A General Guide for Recent High School Graduates

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POSTED: June 24, 2008 at 6:46 am

by Darlene Zambruski, CPRW, SME As you enter the job market for what may be the very first time, there are some key points to remember as to what employment opportunities you can expect, and how to maximize your chances within this field. 1. Employment prospects for recent high school graduates: Generally speaking, high school... » Read Full Article

You’re a New Graduate and Your Degree Doesn’t Fit the Position

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POSTED: May 6, 2008 at 12:08 pm

by Darlene Zambruski, CPRW, SME Many entry-level candidates either graduated in a field that is considered “industry-soft” (eg: History, English, Liberal Arts, etc.) or in such a crowded field (eg: Information Technology, Marketing, Education) that when it comes time to find a job, they must seek something outside their field of interest. This creates the... » Read Full Article

The Professional Touch: Enhancing Your Candidacy with Courses & Seminars

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POSTED: April 8, 2008 at 7:53 am

by Darlene Zambruski, CPRW, SME In many professions such as Accounting, Medicine, Nursing, and Law, professionals are required to maintain skills through continuing education and seminars. By providing this information to a hiring manager, you’ll be stating unequivocally that you are prepared for the demands of the current industry, and that you meet all legal... » Read Full Article

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