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A Job-Winning Student Resume

by Kris GT, Posted at September 28, 2018, 7:39 am, Resume

Being a recent graduate is the most exciting time. You are about to start a new life, full of achievements and successes. You have accumulated all knowledge and passed all exams to start a professional career with duties and responsibilities....

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How To Write A Killer Executive Resume?

by Luci Peters, Posted at September 28, 2018, 7:06 am, Resume

You are looking for a managerial role and have written a good resume, but it still sounds as if you were a graduate searching for a career start? Do not worry, this may happen even with a person experienced in resume writing. Recruiters and...

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Tricky Interview Questions and the Best Answers

by Kris GT, Posted at September 25, 2018, 8:03 am, Interview

Sometimes, the job interview may turn out to be very tough and tricky. Experienced hiring managers know exactly what questions they should ask you to challenge you and obtain the maximum of information from you. They also know when the interviewee...

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Professional Summaries That Make You Look Good

by Adam Smith, Posted at September 25, 2018, 7:48 am, Resume

Professional profile in resumes or summary in LinkedIn profiles resembles a strong handshake. They are the sections, which form the first positive expression and make you stand out from the crowd. According to the latest researches, people make...

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Should You Pay Someone To Write Your Resume/CV?

by Luci Peters, Posted at September 17, 2018, 7:14 am, Resume

The answer to this question depends totally on you and your ability to express your thoughts and ideas. However, if you have elaborated your resume but still get no response from hiring agents and prospective employers, maybe it is the time to think...

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The Most Common Resume Mistakes to Avoid

by Kris GT, Posted at September 15, 2018, 3:00 am, Resume

Resumes play an important role in the entire job application process, being a much more than just a summary of qualifications. The modern labor market demands an effort and creativity to stand out from the crowd of talented and competent colleagues....

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How To Address a Career Break on Your Resume?

by Kris GT, Posted at September 9, 2018, 3:09 am, Interview

Life is not just a work environment, but a mixture of a myriad of events and activities, which can distract you from building your career. Both women and men find it necessary to give themselves a gap year or a few for a variety of different...

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The Importance of a having a LinkedIn Profile

by Kris GT, Posted at September 3, 2018, 12:56 pm, Job

Over the past decade, LinkedIn became an important branding tool. This platform inspired by social networks like Facebook but decided to connect millions of professionals and allow them to highlight and share their professionalism. If Facebook was...

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Reasons to Send Follow-Up and Thank-You Letters?

by Luci Peters, Posted at September 1, 2018, 5:38 am, Resume

Many people do not send thank-you and follow-up notes considering it to be a redundant practice that does no good. However, HR managers have a lot to object to. They say that these letters are an important part of the job application process and...

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How Do CVs Differ From Resumes?

by Adam Smith, Posted at August 29, 2018, 2:12 pm, Resume

Many job seekers sometimes find themselves asking about the difference between a CV and a resume or why one has just received a letter from HR asking me to send a CV when he or she had already sent what they considered to be a CV. The primary...

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