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  • 6 Recruiter Resume Pet Peeves
    Recruiters receive hundreds of new resumes every week and only a few make it to consideration for one of their available positions. There are a few things that they encounter on a regular basis that will make a resume get discarded to the no pile more quickly. Here are 6 of the top resume pet peeves...
  • Our 18 Favorite Resume & Job Search Tips for 2018
    With 2017 in the rear view mirror, we decided to put together a list of our 18 favorite resume and job search tips to help you with your job search in the new year. These are some of the most common mistakes we’ve seen on resumes and job applications in the past year:   Update your resu...
  • Resume Tips for Overqualified Candidates
    When applying for jobs, most candidates try to lift their skills, experience and education to convey to a potential employer that they are qualified for the position. But some candidates are in the opposite position, where they have a work history and or education that goes well beyond what a job de...
  • 4 Resume Tips for Job Hoppers
    It’s become more common to change jobs and even careers more frequently than in previous generations when it was common to stay with the same employer for several decades. Even though it’s more acceptable with more frequent job changes, it will still raise a red flag with hiring managers to have...
  • Words and Phrases to Avoid on Your Resume
    When looking at your resume, recruiters and hiring managers are trying to get an idea of what kind of experience you have, what you have accomplished in previous job roles, and if you will be a good fit for the position they are trying to fill. With this in mind, it’s important on your resume to c...
  • Does Your Resume Tell a Compelling Story?
    The first person to review your resume, likely a recruiter or HR administrator is going to spend about 6 seconds looking at it before deciding whether to take a closer look at it, or move on to the next one. They have to be able to sell your resume to their hiring manager, and to do so they can tell...
  • How to Write a Good Resume Objective
    The summary, or objective is an optional resume section. There are some differing thoughts on the objective on a resume. Some think it’s outdated and some that it’s unnecessary. But a well-crafted objective that focuses on your skills and objectives can make your resume stand out. There is one o...
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  • 7 Reasons Recruiters Aren’t Finding Your Resume
    When searching for a job, you can use all the help you can get. Working with the right recruiter is a great way to have someone with established relationships advocate your resume to potential employers on your behalf. So, how do you make it easier for recruiters who may have matching job opportunit...
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