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Curriculum Vitae or Resume?

If you’re wondering whether you should have a curriculum vitae or a resume, it’s really quite simple. Curriculum vitae’s are traditionally reserved for those in the medical profession, such as doctors or surgeons, or those in academia, such as professors or researchers. A curriculum vitae will include […]

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Listing Education on Your Resume

Listing Education on Your Resume Sometimes a persons education history can be more important than their employment history. It’s important to think about this because it will change the strategy you use for your resume. Look below to see what category you would fit into. Recent Graduate […]

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Returning to Work

Returning to Work If you have been out of work for a while, you may feel overwhelmed at the idea of even beginning the process of returning to work. Some questions might be: How will I write my resume? Will anyone want to hire me with outdated […]

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Resume Contact Information

Resume Contact Information This may seem obvious to you, but the contact information you use on your resume is pretty important. Even though it’s usually standard information, a little thought can go a long way. The last thing you want is an employer throwing your resume in […]

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Resume Grammar Tips

Resume Grammar Tips There are a few grammar tips that can really help sharpen your resume. My stomach gets queasy when someone presents me with a resume that has one of these common errors. Maybe it’s my English degree and maybe you will be lucky enough to […]

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Resume Strategy

Resume Strategy Developing a resume strategy is not as hard as you think, but it’s something I often see overlooked. Putting in the time to really think about what information is in your resume and how it is presented will make a huge difference in the way […]

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Resume Formatting Tips

Resume Formatting Tips Some of my biggest pet-peeves when looking over someone’s resume are because of bad formatting. Here are a few key things to keep in mind when looking over your final product: 1) Right-Justify Your Dates It’s not that difficult to do and it makes […]

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7 Ways to Show You’re an Overachiever Through Your Accomplishments

By Ritika Trikha To read the article online, click here. You’re extremely driven, invaluable to your team and an overall go-getter—but are you also good at selling yourself on paper? If you’re unsure, good news! Lou Adler, best-selling author of The Essential Guide for Hiring and Getting […]

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How Do I Know What Keywords to Use?

Keywords have been around for a long time. My clients often ask me about keywords as if there is some clandestine group of human resource managers who maliciously plot to trick job seekers by eliminating candidates who, although qualified, are missing the magic words. It really is […]

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Non Profit Arts Management Sample Resume

This is a Non-Profit Arts Management Sample Resume. Anne approached me with a poorly written resume that she didn’t think represented her skills and qualifications well.  She admitted she didn’t know how to write a resume. She shared her frustration that she wasn’t getting the interviews for […]

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