How to Interview Like a Professional

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  After weeks of sending in resumes and cover letters you finally have landed an interview. What could be more exciting? Many companies are focused on identifying the top candidates who are interested in growing in their careers and learning more. Companies are looking to recruit candidates who are recent graduates in high-skill areas such… Read more »

Are These 4 Crucial Items Missing From Your Resume?

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  Have you ever glanced over your resume and wondered why this document is so important? To most job seekers, it’s a necessary requirement of applying for jobs. But, it’s so much more. When you start looking at your resume like the powerful document it’s meant to be, it takes on a new level of… Read more »

How to Avoid Adding These Red Flags to Your Resume

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  Your professional resume speaks loudly to recruiters, even if it’s not a human being. What you put on a resume, what you leave off, and how you present your career and educational history impacts the way that recruiters will react. Does your resume include any potential red flags that could be blocking your way… Read more »

Get Your Resume Ready for Autumn — But Avoid these Pitfalls!

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  The cooler months of autumn can be the perfect time to launch a new job search, starting with whipping a resume into shape. A well-designed resume can help you get in front of the best hiring companies. But, before you go through all this effort, make sure your resume doesn’t include any of these… Read more »

It’s Easy to Land a Job — Just Do Something Different!

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  In any career, it’s easy to get stuck in a rut. Performing the same tasks and taking on the same types of projects can be a safe place. But, if you are searching for a new job, you will quickly find out that what counts is your ability to stand out from other candidates…. Read more »

Gap in Your Resume? How to Make it No Big Deal!

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  Trying to find a new job can be difficult, but it can be even more stressful if you have a glaring gap in employment appearing on your resume. This gap could have occurred due to a period of unemployment, the choice of returning to school, taking time off to raise a family, dealing with… Read more »

How to Create a Cover Letter – Free Template

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  Many people dread writing a cover letter when they begin a job search. What makes them stress even more is the fact that different cover letters should be written for every single job applied for, no matter the similarities between them. With 2015 in full swing, it is time to revamp the cover letter… Read more »

Why Winter is the Perfect Time to Kick Start a Job Search

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You might not realize it, but the winter season is one of the best during the year to kick start your job search. Whether you are currently employed, preparing to graduate in the spring, or are unemployed and looking for work; the winter months can prove to be very effective for finding new employment. Many… Read more »

How to Write a Cover Letter – Free Template for Job Seekers

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You are about to send off your resume to your dream job when you notice with dismay that the advertisement says “must include cover letter”. Before you send your resume without a cover letter or, worse yet, a badly written cover letter, take a moment to check out the free cover letter template we have… Read more »