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Reasons Resumes Get Tossed

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We have already talked about how there are dozens upon dozens of applications per job-opening; statistically speaking, 99% of applications are tossed aside.  So what do the remaining 99% of applicants do wrong in their resumes, and what can…

DO NOT Put These in Your Resume

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You have a very limited amount of space for your resume, and you cannot afford to waste your future employer’s time and attention with unnecessary (and potentially harmful) information.  You want to make your resume as strong as possible,…

The Best Way to Convey Work Experience

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  Work experience shows future employers what you have been qualified to do in the past, and it also shows what type of worker you have been, and potentially what type of worker you will be. It is…

How much time is spent looking at resumes?

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Time is of the essence when it comes to job-hunting. Employers received, on average, between 85 to 160 applications per job opening. The first applications for a job opening typically start coming in a mere 200 seconds after the job…

Do you have a good resume?

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A good resume, first of all, does not always have better content than the average resume or even the bad resume. Often the good resume simply does a better job of being expressive, being readable, and appearing to…

How to Tackle Career Fairs

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Going to a career fair can be stressful. Several companies and their representatives are crammed together in a room with many fellow job-hunters gathered around them, shouting out questions, and trying to exchange contact information. Sometimes you can feel…

GPAs on Resumes

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Does your GPA matter when you’re job-hunting? Arguably, a higher GPA translates into a harder-working student who would work equally as hard on the job; however, a GPA does not always tell the full story. Regardless of if it…

Caring about Buzzwords

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  Buzzwords. We hear of them, we see them everywhere, yet we might not know exactly what they mean and what they do. A buzzword or phrase is intended to evoke a positive emotion in the reader. Specifically, an…

Resume vs. LinkedIn

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Since your resume and your LinkedIn account have a similar format of including and explaining your prior work experience, education, and your skill set, you might have made the mistake of making them identical. So what exactly are the…

Is your picture in your resume?

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  We have Facebook and Linkedin profile pictures. Pictures of our faces are front and center on our driver’s licenses, passports, and visas. Our faces are consistently used as a way to identify who we are, so why shouldn’t…

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