Posts from the ‘Resume’ category

Write a Last-Minute Resume by Sticking to These 3 Rules

Across the professional world, people from every level of life share this struggle. The 16-year-old applying at the local grocery store, the 35-year-old stockbroker who was…

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Bilingual Jobs and Presenting Your Languages Skills on Your Resume

Bilingual employees can earn up to 5-20 percent more per hour than their counterparts. Highlighting your language skills is a unique way to stand out in the workforce,…

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4 Basic Skills Every College Graduate Should Have

You can’t get a job without experience and you can’t get experience without a job, right? Not exactly. You can get experience without a job. Learning basic hard…

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Write an Impressive First Resume

Writing your very first resume doesn’t need to be a struggle. It’s easy to stress about resume margins or how to format your header. Luckily, writing an…

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What a Young Professional Resume Should Look Like

Can you sew or repair a button? If you answered “No”, you might be a millennial. A survey from the University of Missouri finds baby boomers are much better…

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7 Biggest Resume Formatting Mistakes

A resume is your first, and usually only, opportunity to get your foot in the door for a job interview. Human Resources Managers have very little…

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How to Make Your College Experience Resume-Worthy

In college, I was the girl who loved class lectures and studying for exams. I didn’t discriminate, either. I developed a school-girl crush on at least one…

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How to Match Your Résumé to a Job Description

You’re a resume pro. Three impressive internships, a volunteer position, and extensive academic projects made you an entry level expert in your field. But, getting that first…

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Does Your Résumé Have Style AND Substance?

First date: your heart races, you find yourself sweating even though you’re in a heavily air-conditioned restaurant, and sometimes you struggle to remember your own name.…

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You’ve Got 6 Seconds to Tell Your Story on Your Résumé—Make ‘Em Count!

We get it—you’re a super complex person, full of nuance and subtlety, and there’s no way that all that can be distilled into a single page…

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