5 Easy Tips to Make Your Resume Stand Out

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In order to get ahead in the job market, you need your resume to stand out and accurately represent you. There are simple, and easy things to do to help your resume stand apart from all of the others. Here are five easy tips: 1. Use a simple design. Keep your resume design simple, and… Read more »

5 Easy Resume Tips for Making Your Resume Stand Out

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In order to get ahead in the job market, you need your resume to stand out and accurately represent you. There are simple, and easy things to do to help your resume stand apart from all of the others. Here are five easy tips: Use a simple design.  Keep your resume design simple, and easy… Read more »

Honesty and Organization is “Key” in Your Job Search

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Two Roads Professional Resources Technical Recruiter Crystal Romero shares some advice on the importance of communication and organization during your job search. When working with recruiters, it’s important to be as direct and honest as possible to avoid embarrassing situations both with the client company and your recruiter. One example is keeping track of where… Read more »

Final Cut: Words to Strike from Your Resume

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You’ve finally finished your resume, had others read it, proof read it three times, etc. Now to make the final cut. Here is an excellent article from Forbes that will take you through which words to strike from your resume before you send / post it. If you’ve applied for a job recently, you’ve probably… Read more »

Preparing Your Resume for the Internet and Email

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Many people think the resume you hand to prospective employer is formatted the same as an online resume or one you would email. In some cases, this is not true. Take a look at this article explaining the differences… You do not need a different resume, you only need to alter the format of your… Read more »

Tips on Ending Your Summer Intership

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Are you in the last dregs of your summer internship? Now is the time to find your employer. Here are some tips from U.S. News, Robin Reshwan: August marks the beginning of the end (professionally speaking) for college students working as interns, as they prepare to head back to campus. Leverage an excellent experience with… Read more »

Resume Tip: Include Personal Projects

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Here is another great article from Lifehacker that presents more resume writing tips. If you’re new to the work force, it’s important to add your personal projects as experience.   Include Personal Projects On Resumes When You’re Just Starting Out Thorin Klosowski Getting a job when you’re just starting in your field can be difficult… Read more »

6 Steps to Writing Your Resume

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1. Getting Started Make it easy to understand. Although it seems obvious, employment should be listed chronologically from newest to oldest. Dates should make sense. If there are large gaps, list what you were doing in the most positive way possible rather than leaving a gap. Explain overlaps (e.g. “part time project concurrent with position… Read more »