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By: Stefanie Spikell
What if a recruiter called you today? Would you be ready to jump on the opportunity she offers you? If not, you could lose the chance to better your career, as jobs go FAST in this competitive marke (read entire article)
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By: Fayola Peters
The easiest way to write you own resume is by using a resume template. Don't waste time trying re-inventing the wheel. Using a resume template which h (read entire article)
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By: Stephanie Foster
Finding a work at home job is not easy. The field is very competitive, and it can take months to land a job. You can improve your chances by having a (read entire article)
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By: Scott Brown
You may have considered going to a resume writer to get your resume revamped. Resume writers are great and most of them produce resumes that are bette (read entire article)
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By: Jonathan R Taylor
Last week I wrote about the importance of being proactive in the job search process. In today’s market you must sell yourself just as if you were a sa (read entire article)
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By: Mary Carroll
If you haven’t looked for a job recently, there are new tactics that hiring professionals are using that you should be aware of before updating your r (read entire article)
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By: Michelle Roebuck
There are several types of online resume formats that can be used when contacting potential employers. When you search for job openings online, some c (read entire article)
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By: Scott Brown
One of the unfortunate realities of the job search process is often, people who are a good fit for a job get passed over because of an inadequate resu (read entire article)
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By: Quick and Affordable Resumes Team
There are several factors that are essential to a strong resume.>>>>>>>>>>>>VISUAL APPEAL (read entire article)
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By: Stephanie Foster
Maybe your children are now in school and you’d like to go back to work. Or maybe finances are tight and you want to contribute. Or maybe you just re (read entire article)
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By: Martin Smith
You are looking for a job and you are out to land the job of a lifetime. It can happen! Before you consider want ads, job websites, or making inquirie (read entire article)
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By: Martin Smith
Job-hunting is not the most exciting thing in the world but you can make it easier. The key is organization. Keep a record of companies you have appli (read entire article)
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By: Roger Clark
Employers and recruiters receive hundreds of resumes for every position they are trying to fill. To select their shortlist of candidates to interview, (read entire article)
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By: Marta Driesslein
There's no such thing as a bad job market, only bad marketing. Know how to turn a frustrating job search into a satisfying career find? You've (read entire article)
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By: Kathi MacNaughton
Knowing when the chronological versus the functional resume format works best is crucial to creating a powerful resume. There are 3 main type (read entire article)
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By: Deborah Walker
Permission to print intact including ending attribution box 650 words 65 charictors and spaces per line ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ (read entire article)
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By: Myrtis Smith
A resume is not meant to be your life story. You do not have to bare your soul and share every ugly detail of your work history. Your resume is your p (read entire article)
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By: Ann Baehr
HOW TO WRITE A BETTER RÉSUMÉINTRODUCTIONThere are as many opinions on the subject of resumes as there are job seekers! Some of the mor (read entire article)
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By: Steven Bristow
When you read your resume out loud, does it sound like a history report? Even with many adjectives the theme can surprisingly sound repetitive. (read entire article)
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By: Dr. Amjad Rafiq
Having 200-300 CVs or resumes to analyse, a tight schedule, and probably working late, an employer's or recruiting manager's approach is to scan the h (read entire article)
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By: David Richter
You’re just getting over the shock of having become unemployed. You know you need to begin a job search, but you may not know the best way to proceed, (read entire article)
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By: Liz Ryan
A new grad sent an inquiry about using LinkedIn in her job search - here's the answer, in the form of a letter to my young friend. Take a look, and see how LinkedIn can help in your own job search!Dea (read entire article)
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By: Matthew Keegan
I just finished posting what has to be my 150th online resume for yet another happy customer. As a manager of a site for corporate flight attendants, I know that there are several things that are extr (read entire article)
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By: Lewis Stratton
The Resume/Curriculum Vitae market place is both a crowded and competitive one. I know this because it is a market of which I am a part.As a consumer, you may have observed the torrents of conflictin (read entire article)
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By: Carla Vaughan
Your resume must be better than anything your competitors have to offer if you are going to get an interview. A well-written resume generates phone calls. Those phone calls are from prospective empl (read entire article)
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By: Roy Miller
Most people think the job search process begins when they need a job. No!Your job search starts now, regardless of where you are in your career, regardless of how happy you think you are at your curre (read entire article)
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By: Roy Miller
People have asked me often how to write a resume, or how to write a good resume, or what sets good resumes apart.I always give the same answer.Great resumes, the only kind you ever want to have if you (read entire article)
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By: Roy Miller
Want to get a great job? Then......look like everybody else...blend in...fly under the radarIf you think that's a good strategy, I have a bridge to sell you.There are good lessons to learn from sample (read entire article)
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By: Roy Miller
If you've read much of anything at Job Search Guidepost, it should come as no surprise that I recommend getting professional help in your job search.Resume writing is a place where most people need he (read entire article)
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By: Roy Miller
My father taught me a good life lesson. You get what you pay for.I'm sure you can get a resume for cheap. I know without doubt that it's possible to write your own resume and get a great job with it.I (read entire article)
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By: Mark Baber
We'll now take a good look at how to build the heading, job objectives, summary of qualifications, and work history sections of a résumé.It really goes without saying that it's vital to build a rés (read entire article)
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By: Jennifer Anthony
1. Determine what you are trying to accomplish.Make sure you have a clear goal in mind. Hiring managers are too busy to try to figure out what you want to accomplish.Writing a general, one-size fits a (read entire article)
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By: Jennifer Anthony
It's amazing what a well-written and nicely presented résumé can do for your job search. Before you send yours out, follow this checklist to ensure you are sending out an excellent quality represent (read entire article)
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By: Steven Bristow
Do these sound familiar?“I worked for…” “My responsibilities were…” “My duties included…”Does a prospective employer care about what you “did for other companies”? Of course t (read entire article)
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By: R.G. Srinivasan
As children we often used to read stories where magical words can open caves filled with treasures or magicians using words like abracadabra... sim sim.. and magically things appear out of thin air.R (read entire article)
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By: Theresa Castro
For some job opening, employers receive hundreds and even thousands of resumes. When you are looking for a job, how can you best promote yourself? How can you convince a prospective employer to pick- (read entire article)
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