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How to Address a Cover Letter for Interviews?

by Kris GT, Posted at January 3, 2019, 6:48 am, Resume

Imagine that you are writing a cover letter and hesitate about how to address it. You may not give enough attention to this detail, but it is critically important. How would you act if you were a hiring manager and noticed a mistake in the front...

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The Advantages of the Cover Letter

by Adam Smith, Posted at December 27, 2018, 7:14 am, Resume

The process of getting a job has changed throughout the recent decade. Job application has also gained certain requirements and rules, following which you will definitely land the right job. Furthermore, it is an undeniable improvement that now you...

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Soft Skills List to Make an Outstanding Resume

by Adam Smith, Posted at December 20, 2018, 12:14 pm, Resume

Getting the job of your dream is much more than just writing about your professionalism and technical competence. Employers also look for a specific soft skills list which you must possess. Soft skills are often the differentiator that influences...

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When to Send a Thank You Letter After Interview?

by Luci Peters, Posted at December 18, 2018, 7:37 am, Interview

The job interview process has undergone many transformations due to the emergence of technologies and the availability of the Internet. No one objects to video job interviews considering them a logical option if the candidate and the employer locate...

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How to Show Career Goals in Resume Correctly?

by Luci Peters, Posted at December 16, 2018, 11:09 am, Resume

Despite being often overlooked, career goals are the most important parts of your professional resume. Your work-related ambitions should complement your experience and skills as well as show your passion for what you do. Everything in your document...

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Why Do Employers Give a Personality Test?

by Luci Peters, Posted at December 12, 2018, 1:17 pm, Job

Personality tests for jobs are one of the most common and popular interview tools. Recruiters are desperate to find a top-quality talent, and personality tests often help in a search for people who can do the job. Choosing the wrong candidate is...

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Objective Statements: Are They Now Outdated?

by Adam Smith, Posted at December 10, 2018, 8:05 am, Resume

It has been around a decade since you saw carefully written resume objective statements in any of resumes, which can be found online. This practice became obsolete as many job seekers, and recruiters believe that it limits the opportunity to land...

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Professional Training and Career Success

by Kris GT, Posted at December 5, 2018, 9:43 am, Job

For many people, the need for self-actualization and career advancement is essential. Who does not want to get ahead at work, earn more money, reach fulfillment? The workplace is competitive, and this competition is intense. Remember how many people...

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How to Build Your Confidence in a Job Interview

by Luci Peters, Posted at December 3, 2018, 8:49 am, Interview

It is completely wrong to assume that you should only prepare for tricky questions before going to the interview. Your language covers merely 10% of the message you intend to send. Most of the hiring manager’s impression is formed based on your body ...

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Top 10 Things Recruiters Look for in Resumes

by Adam Smith, Posted at November 30, 2018, 12:23 pm, Resume

Some people have such a diverse career that it is hard to condense it into a one or two-page resume. Many people prefer getting into details about their role in the company and most notable contributions that also make resumes lengthy. However, many...

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