The 2017 Resume - Trends to Follow

Keeping up with the trends in resume writing is important. Employers are expecting you to research and be knowledgeable in this field. No one has the time to scan through a 10 pages resume anymore. We have cut down to two page resumes in 2016. Professional resume help is a service that has been doing well in 2017. This is because people are realizing it is a skill. Sometimes finding a resume writing professional might be the difference between getting the job and not. 

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5 Useful Space-saving Resume Tips

The resume; your possible future employer’s first look at who you are and what you have done. It truly is one of the defining factors when it comes to getting that dream job. That is why it is very important to have a great resume, and a great resume is not a long and boring one. Some think there might be an advantage to having a long resume, but there really is not. You want the employer to be able to read through everything fairly quickly. 

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20 Resume Writing Rules That Will Beat Your Competition

20 Resume Writing Rules That Will Beat Your Competition

Landing a lucrative entry-level job is uppermost on the minds of almost all college or university pass outs. Your chances of finding the first job of your life will go up manifold if your resume reflects exclusivity. On the other hand, having a distinctive CV will stand you in good stead if and when you’re poised to make a much-awaited career leap.

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Things you should never put on your resume

Things you should never put on your resume

The resume is one of the most important things that job employers need to see before hiring a worker. Headhunters usually spend about ten seconds on reading the resume and you have to make these ten seconds stunning for a person who is going to read it. Most job seekers focus on what to write on a resume, therefore, they forget about the things that are better not to include.

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Beat the Applicant Tracking System and Land the Job You Want

Beat the Applicant Tracking System and Land the Job You Want

It takes time to create a great resume. You have to sit and think about each and every word or achievement. You have to figure out what the hiring manager wants to hear. You have to take the time to review each and every line in order to make sure it presents yourself in the best light possible. 

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Great Resumes & Good Advice with Jessica Hernandez

Great Resumes & Good Advice with Jessica Hernandez

Jessica is a longtime resume writer and prolific social media user everyone should know. We've been following her online for quite a while and finally snagged her for an informal 30 minute discussion about resumes, LinkedIn profiles and all things job hunting. Tune in to a new podcast!

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Resumes for Dummies - the Podcast

Resumes for Dummies - the Podcast

Laura DeCarlo is a certified master resume writer and the founder of Career Directors International, which educates & certifies resume writers and career coaches. She is the author of the 7th edition of the popular book, Resumes for Dummies. Listen to hear some great tactical resume writing tips.

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How to Make Any Job Look Remarkable on a Resume

How to Make Any Job Look Remarkable on a Resume

Some candidates aren't willing to share information about their jobs, believing that recruiters will find it boring and irrelevant. The truth is that your current job and positions you've held before are much more important in the eyes of recruiters. Here's how to describe a job in your resume and make it look like a start of a great career.

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