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BRAG BOOK: WASTE OF TIME OR VALUABLE RESOURCE?

Author: Teena Rose

On occasion, online forums reflect heated discussions on whether a brag book holds value or not. Much like the rest of the interviewing and job-search process, the book is only valuable if the interviewer perceives it to be. What that means is, not every

Six Cover Letter Mistakes to Avoid

Author: Kevin Donlin

Some hiring managers place a lot of emphasis on the cover letter. Some do not. But all will agree that careless mistakes in your cover letter can doom the best resume and short-circuit any job search.

Resume Writing 101: Keeping The Reader In Mind - by Ann Baehr

Author: Ann Baehr

This article will give you resume tips on how to add focus to your resume keeping the reader in mind.

How To Write A Better Resume - by Ann Baehr

Author: Ann Baehr

A resume is a personal marketing document that communicates your career objective and value to a hiring company. A strong resume is carefully planned and developed (not quickly typed up) in an appropriate format (style) designed to showcase your experienc

The Importance of having a good quality Curriculum Vitae

Author: James Walsh

This word is Latin in origin. ‘Curriculum Vitae’ (CV) translates to course and life. There are the varied differences between a CV and a resume.

Sorry, kegaday@, the Job’s Not for You

Author: Diane Stafford

Study finds that quirky e-mail addresses don’t receive a second look...if you want to be considered for the job, you should definitely send your resume from an email address that reflects professionalism.

Employment Gaps on your Resume

Author: J. Elisha Burke

What's done is done. Take a positive spin on your work history by demonstrating your ability to handle change and diversity. Here are some tips for minimizing the appearance of your employment gaps...

Online Resumes - Do's and Don'ts

Author: Anna Jones

Since much job-hunting these days is done by means of the computer, it only makes sense that job-seekers would want to post and transmit their resumes online. It can be time-efficient, convenient, and cheap, making it a job-hunter’s dream. Yet, as you m

Basic Resumes are Detrimental to Your Career

Author: Teena Rose

With technology advancement, a resume that lacks keywords or key phrases relevant to your career field may hinder your job search.

Resume Distribution Services: Should You Use Them?

Author: Carl Mueller

Resume distribution services have popped up over the past few years and some job searchers have asked me about whether or not they are worth using.

YOUR RESUME -- A PASSPORT TO A BETTER JOB

Author: Peter Newfield

When you think about taking an adventurous trip to an exotic locale around the globe, you know the first thing you’ll need is an updated passport. The analogy holds true when contemplating a job change -- whether within the same industry or changing fi

Is a Web Resume for YOU?

Author: Stefanie Spikell

Having your resume on a web site can be a real advantage. For some, it is just the right tool to say "Hey, I'm up to speed on technology." So if you are in the computer field or telecommunications, it's really a must.

Maximizing the Impact of Your Resume

Author: William Nichols

Job-hunting can be a daunting experience. You might find it difficult to know where to begin to find the job that is most appropriate for you.

What's your objective?

Author: Gary Upah

While screening candidate resumes at a recent SalesTrax Recruiting Event, I was struck by how many candidates had unknowingly undermined their interviews by what they had written in the opening paragraph, commonly known as the "objective statement."

If Your Resume is the Cake, Your Cover Letter is the Icing

Author: Heather Eagar

Cover letters are consisted of only a very few paragraphs, and is therefore short and easy to read. Employers skim them for statements that jump out at them, but they probably will not have time to read them. Use this sample when composing your own cover

Expanding Your Resume: The Curriculum Vitae

Author: Michael Fleischner

So, with all the emphasis on the "right" resume, is there ever a time when it's appropriate to share a bit more about yourself as part of the job search process before the interview?

Common Resume Mistakes

Author: Jennifer Anthony

Quick tips to ensure your resume gets read and appreciated.

Writing an Accomplishment Driven Resume

Author: Heather Eagar, owner of ResumeLines.com

Using these techniques, you are on your way to writing an accomplishment driven, extremely effective resume.

You’re Ready for a Career Change…Is Your Resume?

Author: Heather Eagar

You’ve convinced yourself that this you're ready for a career change. It’s time to work on your career change resume.

AVOID THE TOP TEN RESUME MISTAKES

Author: Peter Newfield

HELPFUL HINTS FOR THE JOB SEEKER


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AVOID THE TOP TEN RESUME MISTAKES

Author: Peter Newfield

HELPFUL HINTS FOR THE JOB SEEKER

Brian Tracy University

Author: Brian Tracy

Brian Tracy University courses give you the tools you need to get better results, increase your income, improve your productivity and move to the top of your field.

Effective Sales Interviews: Using Key Sales Performance Indicators to ‘See if the Shoe Fits’

Author: Jeff Hardesty

In competitive industries, sales employee turnover water runs deep, averaging 30-70% per year. That results in a measureable hard dollar cost. With proper strategies, process and support tools, that cost can be minimized, and it all starts with the interv

RECRUITING? START BY ASKING THE RIGHT INTERVIEW QUESTIONS

Author: Michael Brooke, Ph.D

Most people make poor decisions as they hire the person they think they are going to like rather than the right person. Money spent at the front end is likely to be far less than money spent getting rid of the wrong person.

Online Resumes - Do's and Don'ts

Author: Anna Jones

Since much job-hunting these days is done by means of the computer, it only makes sense that job-seekers would want to post and transmit their resumes online. It can be time-efficient, convenient, and cheap, making it a job-hunter’s dream. Yet, as you m




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