Resumes are in many ways a living document, both from a professional and individual sense … Continue reading “Resume Times Are A-Changin’”
According to a 2012 study by TheLadders, the average time a job recruiter looks at your resume is six seconds. Continue reading “Gone In Six Seconds”
Articulating skills is an important facet in crafting the best resume. Employers want to know what you can bring to the table and a strong skills section can emphasize your best traits. Continue reading “Sharpen Your Skills”
Resume writing leaves almost no room for error. With software specifically designed to weed out bad resumes, the pressure is on the job seeker to demand perfection of his or her self. Continue reading “Understanding Applicant Tracking Systems”
Before you learn how to build a professional resume, here’s an example of what NOT to do. Continue reading “Nine Resume NO-NOs”
If you’ve read “Nine Resume No-Nos”, you know what NOT to put on your internship resume. Continue reading “Six Keys To Internship Resumes”
Even if you are comfortable with your current job and have no intention of leaving, you should frequently update your resume. Continue reading “Five Reasons To Update”
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